Final tournament - Group stage - 31/08/2009 18:00CET ( 19:00 ) - Turku Stadium - Turku
  • Sandell Svensson 40 P
1 - 1
Full time
  • F. White 28

Event

  • Trevor Huggins, Reporter, Turku: A gruelling game for both sides, but it has ended with both going through to the last eight. Sweden, who were already qualified, will take on Norway in Helsinki on Friday, while England meet host nation Finland in Turku on Thursday.
  • End Time
    The final whistle is blown.
  • Substitution
    90+3
    Lindén (in) - Schelin (out) (Sweden)
  • Substitution
    90+1
    Clarke (in) - S. Smith (out) (England)
  • 89
    F. White (England) has an effort on goal.
    Faye White squanders the chance to score her second header of the match, nodding over from a central position inside the penalty area.
  • 89
    Seger (Sweden) gives away a free-kick following a challenge on K. Smith (England).
  • 88
    Westwood (England) has an effort on goal.
    Substitute Emily Westwood heads Karen Carney's right-wing corner way over the crossbar.
  • 87
    Carney (England) delivers the corner.
  • 81
    Nilsson (Sweden) gives away a free-kick following a challenge on Chapman (England).
  • 80
    S. Smith (England) is adjudged to be in an offside position.
  • Trevor Huggins, Reporter, Turku: We're into the last 15 minutes and England, still full of running, are finishing the stronger of the two sides, though Sweden are looking to hit them on the break.
  • 72
    Stoney (England) gives away a free-kick following a challenge on Nilsson (Sweden).
  • 71
    S. Smith (England) has an effort on goal.
  • Substitution
    68
    Nilsson (in) - Asllani (out) (Sweden)
  • 68
    Carney (England) has an effort on goal.
    Karen Carney drives towards the Sweden penalty area and drags her shot across the face of goal.
  • Substitution
    65
    Westwood (in) - Aluko (out) (England)
  • 65
    Asllani (Sweden) commits a foul after challenging K. Smith (England).
  • Yellow Card
    64
    Asllani (Sweden) is shown a yellow card.
  • 64
    Carney (England) takes the corner.
  • 63
    K. Smith (England) has an effort on goal.
    Kelly Smith gives another example of her quality with a sweetly-struck volley from outside the area which flies straight at Hedvig Lindahl.
  • Trevor Huggins, Reporter, Turku: Sweden have picked up in the second half where they left off the first, having most of the possession and posing the greater goal threat, while England try to get things moving down the flanks with Karen Carney and Sue Smith.
  • Substitution
    60
    Landström (in) - Dahlkvist (out) (Sweden)
  • 58
    S. Smith (England) commits a foul after challenging Paulson (Sweden).
  • 55
    Schelin (Sweden) has an effort on goal.
  • 55
    K. Smith (England) commits a foul after challenging Thunebro (Sweden).
  • 54
    Sjögran (Sweden) commits a foul after challenging F. White (England).
  • 51
    Carney (England) takes the corner.
  • 46
    F.Williams (England) has an effort on goal.
  • 46
    Carney (England) takes the corner.
  • 46
    K. Smith (England) has an effort on goal.
    After her long-range winner against Russia, Kelly Smith very nearly scores another spectacular goal with a left-foot half-volley from distance which Hedvig Lindahl tips wide.
  • Start Time
    The second half begins.
  • Trevor Huggins, Reporter, Turku Stadium: It's a fascinating encounter, with Sweden looking a cut above their opponents in terms of footwork and fluid passing but England are snapping into the tackles and their physical presence is making life difficult for Thomas Dennerby's side. England striker Eniola Aluko is a handful for the Swedish rearguard but could probably do with more support. Clearly, England would take this result at full-time.
  • End Time
    The referee blows for half-time.
  • 45+3
    Thunebro (Sweden) has an effort on goal.
  • 45+1
    Johnson (England) commits a foul after challenging Sjögran (Sweden).
  • 45
    Sjögran (Sweden) takes the corner.
  • 42
    Dahlkvist (Sweden) has an effort on goal.
  • 41
    Thunebro (Sweden) has an effort on goal.
  • Goal
    40
    Sandell Svensson (Sweden) scores from the penalty spot.
    Katie Chapman is adjudged to have felled Lotta Schelin in the area and Victoria Sandell Svensson draws Sweden level with a powerful spot-kick low to the right of Rachel Brown.
  • 38
    Schelin (Sweden) has an effort on goal.
    Faye White's defensive header only falls as far as Lotta Schelin, who scuffs her shot wide from eight metres.
  • 38
    Rohlin (Sweden) has an effort on goal.
  • 38
    Thunebro (Sweden) takes the corner.
  • 37
    Thunebro (Sweden) takes the corner.
  • 37
    Thunebro (Sweden) fouls.
  • 36
    S. Smith (England) has an effort on goal.
  • 35
    Chapman (England) has an effort on goal.
    Katie Chapman's effort from distance fails to trouble Hedvig Lindahl in the Sweden goal.
  • 29
    Chapman (England) commits a foul after challenging Sandell Svensson (Sweden).
  • Goal
    28
    F. White (England) scores!
    England captain Faye White climbs above Stina Segerström in the penalty box to head Karen Carney's driven cross beyond the reach of Hedvig Lindahl.
  • Yellow Card
    27
    Sjögran (Sweden) is shown a yellow card.
  • 27
    Sjögran (Sweden) commits a foul after challenging Carney (England).
  • Trevor Huggins, Reporter, Turku: Sweden's disallowed goal has roused both sides, with England looking a lot more enterprising without creating any clear-cut chances as yet. Sweden are much slicker in possession and look to have the technical edge.
  • 24
    Thunebro (Sweden) has an effort on goal.
    Sweden respond with Sara Thunebro exchanging passes with Lisa Dahlqvist on the edge of the penalty area and firing in a low shot which England No1 Rachel Brown comfortably deals with.
  • 23
    S. Smith (England) has an effort on goal.
    A period of relative inactivity ends with Sue Smith heading straight at Sweden goalkeeper Hedvig Lindahl at the far post.
  • 23
    Chapman (England) commits a foul after challenging Seger (Sweden).
  • 20
    Sandell Svensson (Sweden) commits a foul after challenging Brown (England).
  • 20
    Thunebro (Sweden) takes the corner.
  • 19
    Sjögran (Sweden) takes the corner.
  • 17
    K. Smith (England) commits a foul after challenging Seger (Sweden).
  • 16
    S. Smith (England) is flagged for offside.
  • 16
    Chapman (England) commits a foul after challenging Asllani (Sweden).
  • 15
    Chapman (England) is flagged for offside.
  • 13
    Seger (Sweden) commits a foul after challenging S. Smith (England).
  • 10
    Seger (Sweden) commits a foul after challenging F.Williams (England).
  • Trevor Huggins, Reporter, Turku: Sweden have settled into their usual attacking rhythm but England, who look nervous at the back, are struggling to put their passes together and have a tendency to give the ball away.
  • 9
    Sandell Svensson (Sweden) commits a foul after challenging F. White (England).
  • 6
    K. Smith (England) has an effort on goal.
    Kelly Smith, England's match-winner against Russia last time out, fashions the first chance of the match, seizing on a loose ball on the edge of the area and shooting wide.
  • 6
    S. Smith (England) takes the corner.
  • 5
    K. Smith (England) commits a foul after challenging Seger (Sweden).
  • Start Time
    The match is under way.
  • Trevor Huggins, Reporter, Turku Stadium: Sweden coach Thomas Dennerby sticks by the old adage of not changing a winning side, and fields the same starting XI as the one which beat Italy 2-0 here to secure themselves a berth in the quarter-finals.
  • Trevor Huggins, Reporter, Turku Stadium: England make the one expected change from the 3-2 win over Russia, with Casey Stoney returning from suspension after her red card in the opening defeat by Italy, relegating Rachel Unitt to the bench.
  • Trevor Haylett, Reporter, Turku Stadium: Welcome to Turku for the exciting finale to Group C where England hope to join today's opponents Sweden in the quarter-finals. Sweden, after two wins, are definitely through but England, with three points so far, could still pip them to first place were they to win and Russia overcome Italy in the day's other fixture in Helsinki. It's an intriguing situation and England could find themselves in first place this evening – or in last place and on their way home. Italy and Russia still have qualifying hopes themselves. Best follow all the action here on uefa.com and let us work out the mathematical maze for you.

Legend:

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Match list

Latest goals

Fouls

Lineups

Sweden

Sweden

England

England

1Hedvig Lindahl (GK)1Rachel Brown (GK)
2Charlotte Rohlin2Alex Scott
3Stina Segerström3Casey Stoney
4Anna Paulson4Fara Williams
5Caroline Seger5Lindsay Johnson
6Sara Thunebro7Karen Carney
8Lotta Schelin8Katie Chapman
10Kosovare Asllani9Eniola Aluko
11Victoria Sandell Svensson (C)10Kelly Smith
15Therese Sjögran11Sue Smith
17Lisa Dahlkvist14Faye White (C)

Substitutes

12Kristin Hammarström (GK)13Siobhan Chamberlain (GK)
21Ulla Karin Rönnlund (GK)22Karen Bardsley (GK)
7Sara Larsson6Anita Asante
9Jessica Landström12Jill Scott
13Karin Lissel15Rachel Unitt
14Louise Fors16Jody Handley
16Petra Larsson17Lianne Sanderson
18Nilla Fischer18Emily Westwood
19Sara Lindén19Laura Bassett
20Linnea Liljegärd20Danielle Buet
22Lina Nilsson21Jessica Clarke

Coach

Thomas Dennerby (SWE) Hope Powell (ENG)

Referee

Kateryna Monzul (UKR)

Assistant referees

Maria Luisa Villa Gutierrez (ESP), Lada Rojc (CRO)

Fourth official

Christina Westrum Pedersen (NOR)