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Sweden 1-2 Spain



Spain fans arrive at the stadium

Sweden 1-2 Spain: Having comfortably beaten Russia on Tuesday, Spain fans return to the Stadion Tivoli Neu hoping for a repeat

Sweden fans arrive at the stadium

Sweden also come into the match with a win under their belts and will look to provide a sterner test for one of the favourites

Ibrahimovic and Marcos Senna contest possession

After scoring against Greece, Zlatan Ibrahimovic looks for a way through Spain's defence in the early stages

Torres gives Spain the lead

It is, however, their opponents who take the lead in the 15th minute when Fernando Torres diverts David Silva's ball into the net

Larsson and Puyol contest possession

Captain Carles Puyol shepherds the ball away from Henrik Larsson but is forced off by injury soon after and is replaced by Raul Albiol

Ljungberg looks to get the better of Andres Iniesta

Sweden continue to press as the half goes on with Freddie Ljungberg among those attempting to fashion a chance

Ibrahimovic equalises for Sweden

They have their reward in the 34th minute when Fredrik Stoor picks out Ibrahimovic who scores at the second attempt

Silva shows his disappointment

Shortly before half-time, Spain's players are left fuming when a big penalty appeal is turned down after a foul on Silva by Johan Elmander

Villa makes a pass

With Ibrahimovic substituted at the interval, David Villa tries to find a way of restoring Spain's lead

Sergio Ramos takes a tumble

Anders Svensson commits a number of fouls throughout the match and picks up a well-deserved booking 10 minutes into the second half

Torres and Mikael Nilsson

Torres has the odd half-chance but fails to seriously threaten as Sweden successfully contain him and his team-mates

Villa celebrates Spain's winner

However, with the game deep into injury time, Villa latches on to Joan Capdevila's ball before beating Andreas Isaksson to win it




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