Sweden vs. France  2 - 1

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Minute   Description
90' +3 O. Toivonen has scored a goal for Sweden!
GOOOOOOOOOOOAL! TOIVONEN MAKES IT 2-1! What a mistake from Lloris! The French goalkeeper fluffs a clearance, with a long ball falling kindly for the opposition in the centre of midfield. Toivonen doesn't even hesitate, he runs onto the loose pass and drills it into the back of the net from his own half! France's captain at error and he couldn't recover to prevent it from crossing the line.
90' +2 Over the bar from Lemar! Sidibe checks inside his man and bends in a left-footed cross from the right, which Giroud and Olsen both challenge for. The rebound falls to Lemar on the periphery of the area, but the French substitute can't keep his head over an attempted half volley!
90' There are three minutes of stoppage time in this second half.
89' J. Guidetti enters the game and replaces M. Berg.
Guidetti is introduced up top for the home side, with Berg taking his leave.
87' Sidibe tries to lift a cross in from the left-hand side, but a flick on from Lemar is gobbled up simply by Olsen. The Swedish goalkeeper has been very solid this evening. The home fans are urging their players over the line, with not long standing between them and a good point.
85' Five minutes are left on the clock, with Olsen very keen to waste time and run down the remaining moments wherever he can. A draw is a solid result for the hosts, especially as France are still unbeaten in Group A. Deschamps' men are pushing on, but it looks to be in vain.
83' Mbappe juggles the ball beyond Lustig, as the teenage substitute tries to make something happen on the break, but quickly runs back into trouble. The Monaco striker links up with Pogba moments later, who opens play out to the left, but a hung up cross from Mendy is claimed easily by Olsen.
81' Sidibe and Mendy are pushing extremely high up, stretching the play, as Les Bleus try and force the issue. Deschamps is clearly looking to find a winner, with Mbappe a possible hero, but Sweden's two banks of four are still doing their job and forcing the favourites wide.
79' France will be getting concerned that there isn't a great deal of time remaining for them to orchestrate a winning goal. Mendy manages to bustle his way down the left, before teeing up Lemar, but a curling cross to the back-post skips beyond Giroud and shy ot the far upright! That was close.
77' S. Larsson enters the game and replaces A. Ekdal.
V. Claesson enters the game and replaces J. Durmaz.
Durmaz jogs off, with Claesson taking up a position on the wing. He had a good campaign for Krasnodar in the Europa League last season.
Seb Larsson comes into the game in central midfield, with a tired Ekdal taking his leave.

UEFA Nations League table

# Team MP D P
1 0 +0 0
2 0 +0 0
3 0 +0 0

UEFA Nations League table

# Team MP D P
1 0 +0 0
2 0 +0 0
3 0 +0 0
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