for all Ukraine fans, for the people who came here. We have a lot of Ukrainian community live in Britain. I know how much money they would be spent to come and I am very pleased my players gave everything tonight.
“We tried to close both sides and tried to have a little bit more control of the game. I am happy because at this stage of the tournament you have to give more than 100% and what I saw from my players today they really tried and played with heart.
“My message to the players was to believe, we are here and this is our chance to change the future and we did it.
“I saw the first half of England Germany. England are a great team, a lot of great players and a great manager. It will be a hard game for us.“
Sweden head coach Janne Andersson: "In the first half we managed to get the equaliser but in the second half we had four really great chances, hitting the post and the bar... it felt like we would score again eventually but unfortunately we didn't.
"The red card really decided the game. I think the red card was probably right. We didn't manage to do much in extra-time. It's a tough result to take, a bitter defeat."