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The sports pages are dominated by England's 3-2 victory against Sweden last night. Goal-scorers Danny Welbeck and Theo Walcott are hailed as heroes. Read the match report here.
- The Sun: To Hell... and Beck
- The Mirror: Revenge is Swede
- Daily Mail: Welbeck to the rescue to leave Hogson's men in driving seat
- The Independent: Walcott inspires comeback as England rescue sweet victory
- The Express: Theo Walcott saves Roy Hodgson's boys
England fans celebrated into the early hours of this morning after a thrilling victory against Sweden at Euro 2012.
The Three Lions looked set for defeat when they trailed 2-1 in the second half.
But they fought back to claim a 3-2 victory which left their supporters delighted as they poured out of the Olympic Stadium at midnight local time.
Many England fans headed to the fan zone in Independence Square after the match.
ITV's Rags Martel tweeted that a small group of England fans had waited for the team to arrive back at their hotel in Krakow. They were chanting "3-2, even Carroll scored".
England have beat Sweden 3-2 in the Euro 2012 Group D match in Kiev.
Danny Welbeck has scored England's third goal against Sweden. With less than five minutes to go this could be the goal that wins the game. ITV Sport have more.
Danny Welbeck has scored for a third goal for England. His goal 78 minutes into play mean that England are leading Sweden 3-2.
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Mark Perryman, a member of the London England Fans supporters group gives a fan's view of England's victory over Sweden.
The first thing you have to say about England's match against Sweden is that it was breathtaking.