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2250: Four minutes are added on. It will be a long four minutes for England fans as Sweden will try to score to stay in the competition.

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2249: Danny Welbeck is coming off for England, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain takes his place. Will Welbeck’s goal prove to be the decisive one. 90 minutes are up, we are in added time.

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2246: Sweden has to take something from this game or they are out of the tournament. Two minutes plus added time for them to save their Euro 2012 campaign.

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2244: Five minutes left to play here. Theo Walcott is back on the field for England, despite Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain stripped and ready to take to the field.

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2242: Theo Walcott has limped off the field for England, he was down holding his calf moments ago. Not a good sign for England, Walcott’s introduction changed the game, turning it in their favour.

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2239: So it is typical that England go up the other end and take the lead - and what a brilliantly taken goal by Danny Welbeck. Theo Walcott weaves his way down the right of the penalty area but he is running out of space until he pulls the ball back into the six yard box at the final second. It flies behind Welbeck, but it is no problem for him. He simply flicks it into the net with his heel as he turns and England are ahead with a goal fitting to win any match. Ten minutes left for them to hold on.

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Sweden’s first goal was in fact an own goal by Glen Johnson and doesn’t count as a goal for Mellberg.

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2234: GOAL! SWEDEN 2 ENGLAND 3 (WELBECK)

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