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A brilliant Andy Carroll goal helped England to a 3-2 Euro 2012 victory over Sweden on Friday night.
The opener on 23 minutes was made in Liverpool, with Steven Gerrard delivering an exquisite cross which Carroll dispatched with his head into the bottom corner.
Two goals from former Aston Villa defender Olof Mellberg early in the second period then gave Sweden the advantage and they might have extended it but for two superb challenges from Glen Johnson.
Substitute Theo Walcott smashed a leveller from distance on 64 minutes before providing the assist for Danny Welbeck's skilful winner with 12 minutes remaining.
England now need only a draw against Ukraine in their final group game to progress to the quarter-finals.
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