England manager Roy Hodgson had no complaints about losing to a Zlatan Ibrahimovic-inspired Sweden.
"There's no doubt the fourth goal was something extraordinary," Hodgson eulogised.
Hodgson looked on the bright side, after seeing his side concede three late goals, including a 40-yard free-kick from Ibrahimovic.
"I thought for long periods of the game, 60 to 70 minutes, we deserved to be in the lead. I wanted to try a few things, and there were some positives to take out of the game.
"You can always blame goalkeepers on these things, but it was a bit disappointing to concede a goal from those sorts of differences. All goals are mistakes along the line."