Sweden 2-0 France
Goals from Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Sebastian Larsson were enough to give Sweden the win over France at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev.
The French came out the brighter of the two teams but in a breakaway move on the 10th minute, Sweden enjoyed the best chance of the half. Ola Toivonen took advantage of a mistake from defender Philippe Mexes but his first touch let him down and once he took it around the French keeper Hugo Loris, he fired it into the side netting. The Swedes came out the stronger in the second-half and they deservedly took the lead on the 54th minute, thanks to their talisman Ibrahimovic, who produced the goal of the tournament so far with a superb volley with both feet in the air. France pressed for an equaliser and should have been level on the 84 minutes, but Olivier Giroud headed over the crossbar from close range, with his first touch of the game. The Swedes put the game to bed when a ball was played over to Samuel Holmen, who hit the crossbar with his effort, which fell to Larsson who lashed it home on the 91th minute. France were forced to settle for second place in Group D and will have to face Spain in the quarter-finals.