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Gazprom Arena / 23.06.2021
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Hello and welcome to Eurosport's LIVE text commentary of Sweden versus Poland in the final day in an intriguing Group E. Sweden are the surprise leaders in the group and results on Monday sealed their place in the last-16. Now they just need a win to secure top spot. After their 1-1 draw with Spain, Poland require all three points to reach the knockout stages of the competition. It's set up to be an entertaining affair in St Petersburg so let's grab the team news as kick-off is now just an hour away!

Tim Hobbs
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Tim Hobbs
Updated 23/06/2021 at 17:58 GMT
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Full-time: It's all over and Sweden top Group E with this dramatic 3-2 victory over Poland, who exit the competition.
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Viktor Claesson
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GOAL! Sweden 3-2 Poland (Viktor Claesson): Heartbreak for Poland as Claesson seals the victory for Sweden after a beautiful pass from Kulusevski, as the subs combine!
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FIVE minutes to be added on and there's still time for a dramatic late, late winner.
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Close! Lewandowski's cross causes chaos in the Sweden penalty area, forcing Olsen into tipping it wide and Swierczok then heads wide. As it stands, Spain will top the group with Sweden finishing as runners-up.
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Sweden nerves are jangling as Bereszynski shoots at goal but it's comfortable enough for Olsen. What a finish to this contest!
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Robert Lewandowski
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GOAL! Sweden 2-2 Poland (Robert Lewandowski): He's not going to miss from there, and Poland are level in the game! One more goal will take them through! Both of Sweden's centre-halves are attracted to the ball and leave Lewandowski free to meet Frankowski's cross. He looks up and slots it home. Five minutes to grab a winner!
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Poland are still fighting as Placheta shoots wide on the half-volley. With Lewandowski on the pitch, they still have every chance of getting something from this contest.
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Poland are throwing the kitchen sink at Sweden and force another corner, Lindelof rising highest to defend Frankowski's cross.
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Poland sub: Przemyslaw Placheta comes on for Krychowiak as Poland grow increasingly desperate for goals. Time is running out for them.
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Sweden sub: Two-goal hero Emil Forsberg makes way for Viktor Claesson.
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Good energy from Frankowski again as he races into space down the channel but his cross to the near post is uncontested as Olsen collects.
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Yellow card! Krychowiak goes into the book for a foul on Olsson.
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Poland sub: Needing two goals, Sousa turns to 17-year-old Kacper Kozlowski who replaces Klich in midfield.
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Forsberg is searching for the left corner but his shot takes a deflection and it goes behind for a Sweden corner. He has three goals in the competition and is looking to add to his tally.
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Goal update: Spain are now four goals to the good against Slovakia. Ferran Torres has just scored.
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And here's a beauty from Lewandowski...
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Watch Sweden's second...
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Double Sweden sub: Lustig and Isak make way for Emil Krafth and Marcus Berg.
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Goal ruled out! Much more urgency about Poland now and Swierczok thinks he has drawn them level, but the offside flag is up and VAR confirms the goal won't count.
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That's the first time Sweden have conceded a goal in the competition, but there was nothing Olsen could have done about it. Lewandowski is now Poland's all-time topscorer in the European Championships with four goals.