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Tuesday, June 19, 2012
 Full Time
Sweden
2
 
0
France
Z. Ibrahimovic  54' 1-0 
S. Larsson  90' 2-0 
HT: 0-0
Olimpiysky Stadium (Attendance: 65,000)
Referee: Pedro Proenca
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Sweden vs. France
Minute Commentary
90' A WELL DESERVED WIN
Sweden may be heading home, but they can do so with a smile on their faces. For much of the game, they were the better side, and they scored two goals which were worthy of winning any match. The first half started well and Sweden should have taken the lead when Ola Toivonen struck the post after rounding Hugo Lloris, but France managed to hold on. Christian Wilhelmsson was introduced at the interval and was the catalyst for Sweden's attacking intent, with his constant running causing the French defence problems. The Swedes took the lead through a superb Zlatan Ibrahimovic scissor kick, and looked set to see it out with that goal. However, Samuel Holmen scored a late second after a good cross from Wilhelmsson. France looked tired and uninterested, and Laurent Blanc will have to raise his team ahead of their match with Spain. Final score Sweden 2, France 0.
90' FULL TIME
The referee ends the tie, and Sweden have pulled off a shock win over France.
90' GOOD SAVE
Christian Wilhelmsson bursts clear of the defence and looks to take on Hugo Lloris, but the French keeper smothers it.
90' GAME OVER
The teams are just playing the clock down.
90' UPDATE
England have won their tie with Ukraine, meaning they top the group. France now go through in second, and will face Spain.
90' THEY DESERVE IT
Christian Wilhelmsson, the key man for Sweden in this second half, saunters down the right and sends in a cross for Sebastian Larsson, who scuffs his shot against the bar. Samuel Holmen is on hand to turn it home and secure the Sweden victory. Sweden 2, France 0.
90' GOOOOAAAALLLLL
SWEDEN DOUBLE THEIR LEAD!!!!
90' ADDED TIME
Four minutes are signalled.
90' POOR
Mathieu Debuchy shoves Christian Wilhelmsson over. Petty.
88' PARKED THE BUS
Sweden have every man in their own half here, and are just soaking up the pressure that France are throwing at them.
86' LAZY
It's almost as if the French have given up. Alou Diarra saunters forward lazily with the ball, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic is able to rob him with absolute ease.
85' RUNNING DOWN TIME
Sweden know that they are minutes away from a victory here. Instead of pressing for another goal, they are content to hold the ball and frustrate France.
83' FINAL FRANCE CHANGE
Olivier Giroud takes the place of Yann M'Vila. The two could be team mates at Arsenal next year, if the press speculation is to be believed.
82' WHAT A RUN
Jeremy Menez nearly puts France level single-handedly. He takes on three Swedish players and bursts into the box, before slightly scuffing his shot and allowing Andreas Isaksson to clear.
81' WASTE
Alou Diarra gets down the left flank well, but sends in a low cross when no-one is in the box.
80' BOOKING
Samuel Holmen trips Yann M'Vila, and is shown a yellow card for his troubles.
78' DOUBLE SWEDEN CHANGE
Anders Svensson and Ola Toivonen leave the field, with Pontus Wernbloom and Samuel Holmen taking their places. The fans cheer especially loud for Svensson, who looks set to retire after this fixture.
77' FRANCE CHANGE
Jeremy Menez takes the place of Samir Nasri, who looks tired.
77' FORWARD IN NUMBERS
France really are throwing men forward here. They will go through even if they lose, if things stay as they are, but they won't want to rely on that.
75' GOOD CROSS
Christian Wilhelmsson does well to get a cross in from the left flank. Both Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Sebastian Larsson miss it by inches and the ball rolls out.
73' PRESSING
France are desperate for a goal here. It's going to be a long 15 or so minutes until the end of the match.
71' GOOD STOP
Yann M'Vila picks up the ball on the edge of the box, shifts his feet and cracks in a shot. Andreas Isaksson has to be at his best in order to tip it wide.
70' ANOTHER BOOKING
Anders Svensson is shown a yellow card.
68' BOOKING
Philippe Mexes is booked for a challenge on Ola Toivonen, and will miss the next match if France get through.
67' UNHAPPY MAN
Laurent Blanc, who has led his team to 23 matches unbeaten, is looking increasingly unhappy on the touchline. He needs to spur his side on or make a change if they want to stand any chance here.
66' GOOD WORK
Karim Benzema breaks into the box and holds the ball up well before releasing it to Samir Nasri, whose shot is blocked wide.
64' PRESSING
France are coming forward once again and look desperate for a goal. Sweden need to keep this up and frustrate them.
61' MAKING THE DIFFERENCE
Christian Wilhelmsson has made the difference since he's come on. France just don't know how to handle him, and Sweden look like making things happen every time he gets the ball.
59' FRANCE SUBSTITUTION
Florent Malouda comes on in the place of Hatem Ben Arfa.
59' GREAT STOP
Olof Mellberg meets the corner on the volley and hits it into the ground. The ball bounces up and seems destined for the back of the net until Lloris gets a glove to it.
58' GOOD STOP
Sweden want more goals here. Christian Wilhelmsson is released in the box and crashes a shot against Hugo Lloris.
57' NEED A GOAL
With England winning and Sweden now ahead, France now face an unenviable quarter final against Spain. Even worse, if Ukraine equalise against England, France's position in the next stage could be under threat.
55' PICK THAT OUT
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, take a bow. Christian Wilhelmsson wins the ball in midfield and releases Sebastian Larsson wide on the right. The Sunderland man's cross is perfect and finds Ibrahimovic on the penalty spot, who sends the ball into the top corner with a fantastic scissor kick. Sweden 1, France 0.
54' GOOOOOAAAAALLLLL
SWEDEN TAKE THE LEAD - AND WHAT A GOAL!!!
52' FOND FAREWELL
Olof Mellberg is retiring from international football after tonight, and gives the Sweden fans a glimpse of what they will be missing with a great tackle on Franck Ribery.
51' GOOD EFFORT
Karim Benzema is left in acres of space on the edge of the box and tries to bend a shot past Andreas Isaksson, but it sails the wrong side of the post.
49' STILL ON THE ATTACK
Sweden are still pressing forward, and defending resolutely when France try to hit them on the counter. A good showing so far from the Scandinavians.
47' ALL SWEDEN
The Swedes have been dominant in the early moments of this second half. Christian Wilhelmsson appears to have a point to prove, and looks like making it against the French.
46' UPDATE
An update from Kiev - England have taken the lead. France now lie second in the group.
46' KICK OFF
Sweden get the second half underway.
46' SWEDEN CHANGE
Christian Wilhelmsson takes the place of the largely anonymous Emir Bajrami.
45' NOT THE BEST
This game started brightly, but as time has gone on the chances have been at a premium. France looked dangerous in the opening minutes but couldn't find the final ball, whilst Sweden had the best chance of the half through Ola Toivonen, who rounded Hugo Lloris but could only strike the post. France have looked increasingly frustrated as time has worn on, but Sweden seem happy to wait and take their chances when they come. Sweden 0, France 0.
45' HALF TIME
The referee ends the half, and we've had no goals here.
45' ADDED TIME
One minute is signalled.
45' GREAT DEFENDING
France suddenly come to life here. Benzema wins the ball and surges forward from midfield, before laying the ball off to Ribery. The winger takes a touch and strikes it, but Olof Mellberg gets across to divert it wide.
44' GOING NOWHERE
Samir Nasri tries to get forward down the right, but in his frustration he pushes Martin Olsson to the ground.
42' OUT OF OPTIONS
Karim Benzema is clearly frustrated. He picks up the ball 35 yards from goal, turns, and shoots. The ball rolls well wide, and the French team look annoyed with their striker.
41' BUSY
The game is being played in midfield. Both teams are capable of bunching and not allowing the other side much time on the ball, and it isn't making for pretty football.
40' IN THE MIDDLE
The clear chances have dried up as this game has gone on. France are beginning to look frustrated, but Sweden will take this.
38' OUCH
Samir Nasri and Kim Kallstrom clash when running for a loose ball - and the Man City man comes off a lot worse.
37' POOR PLAY
Franck Ribery has not had the best of evenings so far. He dithers on the ball when looking to play it through to Benzema, and the Swedish defence can deal with it.
35' ON THE ATTACK
Sweden are the ones pressing forward here, and looking more likely to score. The final ball has just lacked some quality, however.
32' SHAKY DEFENCE
The French defence look far from certain, and twice Hugo Lloris has had to surge off his line to smother the ball.
28' UPDATE
The score is still even in the game between England and Ukraine, and if things stay as they are, then France will top the group.
26' ANOTHER POOR EFFORT
Samir Nasri lifts a free kick into the area, but Adil Rami gets his header wrong and it bounces on to the roof of the net.
25' WHERE ARE THE FANS
The noise levels inside the stadium are very, very low. You would think Sweden's fans would want to give them a good send-off, and the French supporters to cheer their team home.
23' EQUAL
France may be top of the group, but they shouldn't count the Swedes out here. Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ola Toivonen have the ability to hurt them up front, and the French defence need to be strong.
21' QUIET
The game has settled in the last few moments - France are still pressing but Sweden's defence are holding firm.
19' POOR EFFORT
Franck Ribery does well to take the ball on the left, before playing the ball to Karim Benzema on the edge of the box. The Real Madrid man's first-time effort is poor and flies over the bar.
19' NOT GIVING UP
Sweden may be out of Euro 2012, but they are not lying down here. France are having to work hard to forge chances, and Sweden look capable of taking chances of their own.
16' ALL THEIR WAY
After that Toivonen chance a few minutes ago, France have had it all their own way. They will want a goal to settle their nerves.
14' CALM DOWN
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has his first action of the night, dragging Gael Clichy to the ground by the scruff of his neck. The referee ticks him off.
13' WASTE
Yann M'Vila is the latest to fluff his lines. Mathieu Debuchy does well down the right once again and sends in a a cross, but M'Vila strikes the ball into the ground.
11' HOW DID HE MISS THAT?
Ola Toivonen, hide your head. The PSV striker beats Mexes in the air and finds himself 1-on-1 with Hugo Lloris, but his decision to force the keeper wide is a poor one. Toivonen rounds Lloris almost on the by-line but his shot strikes the outside of the post.
11' OH DEAR
France are doing really well, stroking the ball around and not giving Sweden any chance. Hatem Ben Arfa has a shot from 20 yars but it sails well over the bar.
9' GREAT SAVE
Karim Benzema holds up the ball well in the area, before laying it off to Franck Ribery. His fierce shot is parried well by Andreas Isaksson, before Olof Mellberg hacks it clear.
7' WASTE
Hatem Ben Arfa runs on to a long ball and takes it wide on the left. Instead of looking inside, he keeps his head down and shoots well wide of the goal.
6' POOR
Mathieu Debuchy finds himself on the end of a flowing French move, but his cross doesn't even beat the first man. His team-mates look annoyed.
5' WORKING WELL
Sweden are having the better of the early going here. Sebastian Larsson is inches away from collecting a through-ball which would have seen him in a very good position.
4' OVER THE BAR
Martin Olsson surges forward from left back and aims in a cross from deep. Ola Toivonen rises well to meet it but sends his header high and wide.
2' EARLY WARNING
Alou Diarra brings down Ola Toivonen in the centre circle and is given a stern word by the referee.
1' FEISTY
The tackles are flying in thick and fast here. Sweden may be on the way home, but they're still treating this game as a competitive fixture.
1' KICK OFF
France, in their white away kit, kick off from right to left.
0' BREAKING TEAM NEWS
Both sides make two changes for tonights match. Sweden coach Erik Hamren chooses to rest Johan Elmander, with Ola Toivonen taking his place, whilst Rasmus Elm and his midfield berth is taken by Emir Bajrami. For France, the goalscorers from the game with Ukraine both miss out. Yohan Cabaye is replaced by Arsenal target Yann M'Vila, whilst Jeremy Menez also misses out. However, in a surprise move, Laurent Blanc has chosen Newcastle's Hatem Ben Arfa ahead of Chelsea's Florent Malouda for the wide midfield slot.
0' FACTS AND STATS
Sweden head into this match knowing that their record against the French is poor at best. The last time the Swedes were victorious in a competitive match between the two was in 1969. Furthermore, the only time that these two have met in a tournament situation was in Euro 1992, which finished with a score of 1-1. Sweden have scored at least one goal in all 12 of their matches under Erik Hamren's management, whilst France are unbeaten in 23 under Laurent Blanc.
0' QUALIFICATION POSSIBILITIES
Sweden are already out of the competition, and will finish in fourth place regardless of the results tonight. France, on the other hand, are almost guaranteed qualification. They need just a point to ensure their progress, and even a loss tonight could still see them through depending on the result between England and Ukraine.
0' KEY MEN
The strikers are the key men for both sides in tonight's fixture. Zlatan Ibrahimovic has looked impressive in the tournament despite Sweden's poor performances, and scored the only goal in the defeat to Ukraine. For France, Karim Benzema pulls the strings up front and allows his midfield players to score the goals that have put France in a good position to qualify.
0' FRANCE TEAM NEWS
France boss Laurent Blanc has a relatively fit squad to choose from, with Yohan Cabaye the only doubt. If he misses out, then reported Arsenal target Yann M'Vila will most likely replace him. Blanc also has some other choices to make, including Patrice Evra or Gael Clichy for the left back slot, and Florent Malouda or Jeremy Menez on the flank.
0' SWEDEN TEAM NEWS
With their journey in Euro 2012 over after this game, Sweden will look to give some of their fringe players a chance to impress. Johan Elmander, who has been struggling with a foot injury, is likely to be replaced by either Ola Toivonen or Markus Rosenberg. Rasmus Elm is doubtful with a leg injury, and will most likely not be risked. Pontus Wernbloom, Christian Wilhelmsson and Johan Wiland could all be given a chance to impress.
0' PREVIEW
Hello and welcome to coverage of tonight's fixture between Sweden and France. The Swedes are already out of the competition and will be playing for pride, whereas France need to get some kind of result to guarantee their progress.
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Team Stats
Sweden France
2 Goals 0
2 Assists 0
12 Shots 24
7 Shots on Goal 10
10 Saves 4
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
16 Crosses 19
2 Corner Kicks 8
6 Offside 1
17 Fouls Committed 14
2 Cautions/Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
44% Ball Possession 56%
Sweden
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Andreas Isaksson 90 - 0 0 0 5
3Olof Mellberg 90 0 0 0 - -
4Andreas Granqvist 90 0 0 0 - -
5Martin Olsson 90 0 0 0 - -
7Sebastian Larsson 90 1 0 0 - -
8Anders Svensson 79 0 1 0 - -
9Kim Kallstrom 90 0 0 0 - -
10Zlatan Ibrahimovic 90 1 0 0 - -
13Jonas Olsson 90 0 0 0 - -
19Emir Bajrami 45 0 0 0 - -
20Ola Toivonen 78 0 0 0 - -
Substitutes
16Pontus Wernbloom 12 0 0 0 - -
18Samuel Holmén 11 0 1 0 - -
21Christian Wilhelmsson 45 0 0 0 - -

France
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Hugo Lloris 90 - 0 0 2 4
2Mathieu Debuchy 90 0 0 0 - -
4Adil Rami 90 0 0 0 - -
5Philippe Mexes 90 0 1 0 - -
7Franck Ribery 90 0 0 0 - -
10Karim Benzema 90 0 0 0 - -
11Samir Nasri 77 0 0 0 - -
17Yann M'Vila 83 0 0 0 - -
18Alou Diarra 90 0 0 0 - -
20Hatem Ben Arfa 59 0 0 0 - -
22Gael Clichy 90 0 0 0 - -
Substitutes
9Olivier Giroud 7 0 0 0 - -
14Jérémy Menez 13 0 0 0 - -
15Florent Malouda 31 0 0 0 - -
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Sweden vs. France
Minute Event
90' Game Over  Sweden 2-0 France
90' Half Over  Sweden 2-0 France
90' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
90' Goal  Sebastian Larsson (Sweden). Assist by Holmén
90' Shot on Goal  Sebastian Larsson (Sweden)
90' Shot  Samuel Holmén (Sweden)
90' Cross  Christian Wilhelmsson (Sweden) - Off Target
90' Cross  Sebastian Larsson (Sweden) - Defended by Keeper
90' Free Kick  Sebastian Larsson (Sweden)
89' Foul  Wilhelmsson fouled by Mathieu Debuchy (France)
89' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
88' Throw-In  Gael Clichy (France)
88' Corner Kick  Florent Malouda (France) - Headed Out - In Play
87' Shot on Goal  Karim Benzema (France)
87' Cross  Gael Clichy (France) - On Target
87' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
87' Shot  Kim Kallstrom (Sweden)
86' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
86' Throw-In  Martin Olsson (Sweden)
85' Cross  Gael Clichy (France) - Overhit
85' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
84' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
83' Shot  Olivier Giroud (France)
83' Corner Kick  Florent Malouda (France) - Off Target
83' Substitution  Olivier Giroud (on). M'Vila (off). (France)
82' Shot on Goal  Jérémy Menez (France)
81' Foul  Mexes fouled by Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden)
81' Cross  Florent Malouda (France) - Defended by Keeper
80' Yellow Card  Samuel Holmén (Sweden)
80' Foul  M'Vila fouled by Samuel Holmén (Sweden)
80' Cross  Sebastian Larsson (Sweden) - Headed Out - In Play
80' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
79' Foul  Wernbloom fouled by Alou Diarra (France)
79' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
79' Substitution  Samuel Holmén (on). Svensson (off). (Sweden)
78' Substitution  Pontus Wernbloom (on). Toivonen (off). (Sweden)
77' Substitution  Jérémy Menez (on). Nasri (off). (France)
77' Shot  Franck Ribery (France)
77' Shot on Goal  Philippe Mexes (France)
77' Cross  Samir Nasri (France) - On Target
77' Corner Kick  Samir Nasri (France) - Headed Out - In Play
76' Shot on Goal  Karim Benzema (France)
75' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
75' Cross  Christian Wilhelmsson (Sweden) - Overhit
74' Foul  Clichy fouled by Sebastian Larsson (Sweden)
74' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
74' Shot  Florent Malouda (France)
73' Cross  Florent Malouda (France) - Defended by Keeper
72' Cross  Karim Benzema (France) - Clearance In Play
72' Corner Kick  Samir Nasri (France)
71' Shot on Goal  Yann M'Vila (France)
71' Cross  Mathieu Debuchy (France) - Clearance In Play
70' Yellow Card  Anders Svensson (Sweden)
70' Shot on Goal  Karim Benzema (France)
68' Yellow Card  Philippe Mexes (France)
68' Foul  Toivonen fouled by Philippe Mexes (France)
68' Offside  Christian Wilhelmsson (Sweden)
67' Throw-In  Martin Olsson (Sweden)
67' Foul  Ribery fouled by Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
66' Foul  Ibrahimovic fouled by Alou Diarra (France)
66' Shot on Goal  Franck Ribery (France)
65' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
65' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
64' Shot  Samir Nasri (France)
64' Corner Kick  Florent Malouda (France)
64' Cross  Florent Malouda (France) - Clearance Out of Play
64' Free Kick  Florent Malouda (France)
63' Foul  Debuchy fouled by Christian Wilhelmsson (Sweden)
63' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
62' Throw-In  Gael Clichy (France)
61' Foul  Ribery fouled by Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
60' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
60' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
60' Shot  Karim Benzema (France)
59' Substitution  Florent Malouda (on). Ben Arfa (off). (France)
59' Foul  Ribery fouled by Jonas Olsson (Sweden)
59' Throw-In  Martin Olsson (Sweden)
58' Shot on Goal  Christian Wilhelmsson (Sweden)
58' Corner Kick  Sebastian Larsson (Sweden) - Headed Out - In Play
58' Shot on Goal  Olof Mellberg (Sweden)
58' Corner Kick  Kim Kallstrom (Sweden) - On Target
57' Shot on Goal  Christian Wilhelmsson (Sweden)
57' Cross  Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden) - On Target
57' Foul  Toivonen fouled by Alou Diarra (France)
57' Cross  Gael Clichy (France) - Headed Out - In Play
56' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
55' Foul  Diarra fouled by Sebastian Larsson (Sweden)
55' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
55' Cross  Gael Clichy (France) - Directly Out
54' Goal  Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden). Assist by Larsson
54' Shot on Goal  Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden)
54' Cross  Sebastian Larsson (Sweden) - On Target
53' Shot on Goal  Sebastian Larsson (Sweden)
53' Cross  Christian Wilhelmsson (Sweden) - On Target
53' Cross  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden) - Completed Pass
53' Shot on Goal  Alou Diarra (France)
53' Throw-In  Hatem Ben Arfa (France)
52' Corner Kick  Samir Nasri (France)
51' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
51' Shot  Karim Benzema (France)
50' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
50' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
49' Foul  Wilhelmsson fouled by Mathieu Debuchy (France)
49' Cross  Hatem Ben Arfa (France) - Clearance In Play
48' Offside  Olof Mellberg (Sweden)
48' Cross  Sebastian Larsson (Sweden) - Offside
48' Free Kick  Sebastian Larsson (Sweden)
48' Foul  Ibrahimovic fouled by Yann M'Vila (France)
47' Throw-In  Martin Olsson (Sweden)
47' Foul  Rami fouled by Christian Wilhelmsson (Sweden)
47' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
46' Offside  Christian Wilhelmsson (Sweden)
46' Start Half 
46' Substitution  Christian Wilhelmsson (on). Bajrami (off). (Sweden)
45' Half Over  Sweden 0-0 France
45' Offside  Ola Toivonen (Sweden)
45' Cross  Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden) - Offside
45' Offside  Ola Toivonen (Sweden)
45' Corner Kick  Samir Nasri (France) - Headed Out - In Play
45' Shot  Franck Ribery (France)
44' Foul  Toivonen fouled by Adil Rami (France)
44' Foul  Olsson fouled by Samir Nasri (France)
43' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
42' Shot  Karim Benzema (France)
42' Foul  Ben Arfa fouled by Emir Bajrami (Sweden)
41' Foul  Larsson fouled by Alou Diarra (France)
40' Foul  Mexes fouled by Ola Toivonen (Sweden)
40' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
40' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
39' Throw-In  Gael Clichy (France)
36' Throw-In  Yann M'Vila (France)
36' Cross  Franck Ribery (France) - Clearance In Play
35' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
35' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
35' Shot  Hatem Ben Arfa (France)
34' Cross  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden) - Completed Pass
34' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
34' Cross  Emir Bajrami (Sweden) - Clearance Out of Play
32' Offside  Ola Toivonen (Sweden)
32' Cross  Anders Svensson (Sweden) - Offside
32' Throw-In  Martin Olsson (Sweden)
31' Cross  Mathieu Debuchy (France) - Defended by Keeper
31' Throw-In  Hatem Ben Arfa (France)
31' Cross  Franck Ribery (France) - Headed Out - Out of Play
30' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
29' Cross  Samir Nasri (France) - Headed Out - In Play
29' Free Kick  Samir Nasri (France)
28' Foul  Ribery fouled by Anders Svensson (Sweden)
28' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
27' Throw-In  Samir Nasri (France)
27' Shot on Goal  Karim Benzema (France)
26' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
26' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
26' Shot  Adil Rami (France)
26' Free Kick  Adil Rami (France)
25' Foul  Ribery fouled by Sebastian Larsson (Sweden)
24' Foul  Debuchy fouled by Emir Bajrami (Sweden)
24' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
23' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
23' Throw-In  Gael Clichy (France)
22' Foul  Olsson fouled by Hatem Ben Arfa (France)
21' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
20' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
20' Throw-In  Franck Ribery (France)
20' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
19' Shot  Sebastian Larsson (Sweden)
18' Foul  Ibrahimovic fouled by Alou Diarra (France)
18' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
18' Shot  Karim Benzema (France)
18' Cross  Franck Ribery (France) - Off Target
16' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
16' Foul  Anders Svensson (Sweden)
15' Offside  Karim Benzema (France)
14' Corner Kick  Samir Nasri (France) - Headed Out - In Play
13' Foul  Ben Arfa fouled by Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden)
12' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
12' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
12' Shot  Yann M'Vila (France)
12' Cross  Mathieu Debuchy (France) - Off Target
11' Throw-In  Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
11' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
10' Shot  Ola Toivonen (Sweden)
10' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
10' Shot  Hatem Ben Arfa (France)
8' Shot on Goal  Franck Ribery (France)
7' Cross  Sebastian Larsson (Sweden) - Headed Out - In Play
7' Free Kick  Sebastian Larsson (Sweden)
6' Foul  Ibrahimovic fouled by Mathieu Debuchy (France)
6' Goal Kick  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
6' Shot  Hatem Ben Arfa (France)
6' Cross  Karim Benzema (France) - Off Target
5' Cross  Mathieu Debuchy (France) - Headed Out - In Play
5' Throw-In  Gael Clichy (France)
4' Shot on Goal  Sebastian Larsson (Sweden)
4' Cross  Kim Kallstrom (Sweden) - On Target
4' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
3' Shot  Ola Toivonen (Sweden)
3' Cross  Martin Olsson (Sweden) - Off Target
3' Throw-In  Gael Clichy (France)
2' Foul  Toivonen fouled by Alou Diarra (France)
1' Foul  Ribery fouled by Anders Svensson (Sweden)
1' Start Half 

Players
No.Number
MinPMinutes Played
GGoals
AstAssists
SHTSShots
SOGShots on Goal
CKCorner Kicks
CRCrosses
OffOffside
FCFouls Committed
FSFouls Suffered
YCYellow Cards
RCRed Cards
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