Romania secured a 3-0 win against Ukraine in Group E on Monday, with forward Dennis Man playing a pivotal role in all goals. The 25-year-old swiftly capitalized on a mistake by Ukraine's goalkeeper Andrey Lunin, assisting captain Nicolae Stanciu's long-range strike in the 29th minute. In the second half, Man's speed and skill led to Razvan Marin's goal, and he later executed a series of intricate passes from a corner to set up Denis Dragus. Man's transfer to Parma in 2021 for 13 million euros was a record for a Romanian player, and despite initial struggles, he contributed significantly to Parma's promotion with 11 goals and six assists. Romania, known for defensive play, showcased a strong offensive performance, with a solid defensive line led by Radu Dragusin and Andrei Burca. The team's spirit was evident in their enthusiastic celebrations of defensive plays. Manager Edward Iordanescu's strategy was well executed, leading to a joyous celebration with fans. Meanwhile, Ukraine's coach Serhiy Rebrov expressed disappointment, acknowledging the unexpected loss and the need for improvement against Slovakia.