In Ukraine, seeing World Cup, playing soccer pose challenges


              People watch a World Cup soccer match on a screen, in Mazza Cafe kebab-stand in Irpin, Kyiv region, Ukraine, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. For soccer lovers in Ukraine, Russia's invasion and the devastation it has wrought have created uncertainties about both playing the sport and watching it. For Ukrainians these days, soccer trails well behind mere survival in the order of priorities.  (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko)
            
              Mazza Cafe kebab-stand operator Mashrabjan Haydarov poses for a photo, in Irpin, Kyiv region, Ukraine, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. For soccer lovers in Ukraine, Russia's invasion and the devastation it has wrought have created uncertainties about both playing the sport and watching it. For Ukrainians these days, soccer trails well behind mere survival in the order of priorities.  (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko)
            
              Hlib Kuian, left, and Roman Kryvyi watch a World Cup soccer match on a screen at Mazza Cafe kebab-stand, in Irpin, Kyiv region, Ukraine, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. For soccer lovers in Ukraine, Russia's invasion and the devastation it has wrought have created uncertainties about both playing the sport and watching it. For Ukrainians these days, soccer trails well behind mere survival in the order of priorities. (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko)
            
              Hlib Kuian, 21, changes after a soccer game during a blackout in Irpin, Kyiv region, Ukraine, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. For soccer lovers in Ukraine, Russia's invasion and the devastation it has wrought have created uncertainties about both playing the sport and watching it. For Ukrainians these days, soccer trails well behind mere survival in the order of priorities. (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko)
            
              A goal is scored as people play in  a soccer game during a blackout in Irpin, Kyiv region, Ukraine, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. For soccer lovers in Ukraine, Russia's invasion and the devastation it has wrought have created uncertainties about both playing the sport and watching it. For Ukrainians these days, soccer trails well behind mere survival in the order of priorities.  (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko)
            
              tudent Ivan Mahyrovskyi, 16, controls the ball in a soccer game during a blackout in Irpin, Kyiv region, Ukraine, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. For soccer lovers in Ukraine, Russia's invasion and the devastation it has wrought have created uncertainties about both playing the sport and watching it. For Ukrainians these days, soccer trails well behind mere survival in the order of priorities. (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko)
            
              Men take part in a soccer game during a blackout in Irpin, Kyiv region, Ukraine, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. For soccer lovers in Ukraine, Russia's invasion and the devastation it has wrought have created uncertainties about both playing the sport and watching it. For Ukrainians these days, soccer trails well behind mere survival in the order of priorities. (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko)
            
              Hlib Kuian, 21, prepares for a soccer game during a blackout in Irpin, Kyiv region, Ukraine, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. For soccer lovers in Ukraine, Russia's invasion and the devastation it has wrought have created uncertainties about both playing the sport and watching it. For Ukrainians these days, soccer trails well behind mere survival in the order of priorities. (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko)
            
              A player prepares for a soccer game during a blackout in Irpin, Kyiv region, Ukraine, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. For soccer lovers in Ukraine, Russia's invasion and the devastation it has wrought have created uncertainties about both playing the sport and watching it. For Ukrainians these days, soccer trails well behind mere survival in the order of priorities. (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko)
            
              Oleksandr, 25, prepares for a soccer game during a blackout in Irpin, Kyiv region, Ukraine, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. For soccer lovers in Ukraine, Russia's invasion and the devastation it has wrought have created uncertainties about both playing the sport and watching it. For Ukrainians these days, soccer trails well behind mere survival in the order of priorities. (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko)
            
              Players prepare for a soccer game during a blackout in Irpin, Kyiv region, Ukraine, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. For soccer lovers in Ukraine, Russia's invasion and the devastation it has wrought have created uncertainties about both playing the sport and watching it. For Ukrainians these days, soccer trails well behind mere survival in the order of priorities. (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko)
            
              A man rides his hoverboard as he clears snow from a pitch ahead of a soccer game in Irpin, Kyiv region, Ukraine, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. For soccer lovers in Ukraine, Russia's invasion and the devastation it has wrought have created uncertainties about both playing the sport and watching it. For Ukrainians these days, soccer trails well behind mere survival in the order of priorities. (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko)
            
              Men connect a homemade light with a battery to illuminate the pitch ahead of a soccer game during a blackout in Irpin, Kyiv region, Ukraine, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. For soccer lovers in Ukraine, Russia's invasion and the devastation it has wrought have created uncertainties about both playing the sport and watching it. For Ukrainians these days, soccer trails well behind mere survival in the order of priorities. (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko)
In Ukraine, seeing World Cup, playing soccer pose challenges