Sweden 2-3 England
England came from behind to win a thriller against Sweden, who are eliminated from the competition without a point so far.
It was all England in the early stages, Scott Parker forcing a good save from Andreas Isaksson early on with a curling effort that was destined for the far corner, and James Milner sending in some teasing crosses from the right. However, it was a fantastic ball into the box from Steven Gerrard on the right that led to the opening goal, Andy Carroll rising highest and heading powerfully into the corner. Zlatan Ibrahimovic was the main threat for Sweden but was marshalled well by the England defence and limited to a couple of long-range efforts. If the first half was scrappy, the second was breathless. It only took four minutes of the second half for Sweden to equalise, Ibrahimovic knocking the ball into the box and Olof Mellberg's strike was deflected into the net. Sweden were buzzing and went ahead 10 minutes later, Sebastian Larsson swinging in a free-kick and Mellberg, completely unmarked, heading home. England were second best in every area but were revived following the introduction of Theo Walcott. John Terry's header was put out for a corner, which fell to Walcott and the substitute unleashed a sublime curling effort that left Isaksson nowhere. England then got hold of the game for the first time and Walcott danced through the Sweden defence and cut the ball back to Welbeck who backheeled home with an exquisite finish. There was a nervy finish to the game as Sweden fought hard to stay in the competition but England held on and now need a point against Ukraine to progress to the knockout stages.