England 1-0 Sweden: Barry header
England a 1-0 victory over Sweden at Wembley Stadium. In other friendly match, France drew 0-0 versus Belgium.
After a few days ago managed to beat Spain's European Cup winner and World Cup, England back victory at home to Sweden on Tuesday (11/15/2011).
Goal was born on 23 minutes when Gareth Barry header put the ball into the back of nets.
While at the Stade de France, the French host must be satisfied with a draw at home to Belgium. Noted Soccernet, France is actually dominated possession with a 64% -36%.
Swedish press at minute 13. Sebastian Larsson free-kick failed to send a nice, but the players managed to sweep Britain is also not the ball well. Ball back to Larsson, who then sent the ball with his heel to Zlatan Ibrahimovic who his effort not yet right on target.
Five minutes later the British returned through cooperation Theo Walcott and Bobby Zamora. Zamora then kicked the ball only to see the outside of the goal.
At minute 23, scored born. Leighton Baines and Stewart Downing kersama do the same and the ball then greeted with a header from Gareth Barry. Ball on Daniel Majstorovic before entering into the Swedish goal.
Opportunities to equalize the score obtained Johan Elmander on 34 minutes. Not guarded, yet his header on target.
Phil Jones has a chance to increase the advantage England five minutes before the break. After the act passed Swede, he tried to send the ball past Andreas Isaksson, but the pace of the round leather wide of the goalpost.
Scott Carson is signed to replace Joe Hart in the second half, toughness tested at 78 minutes. Larsson drove the ball hull heavy kick into the net despite Carson anticipates well.
England: Hart (Carson 45 '), Walker, Cahill, Terry, Baines, Jones, Barry, Rodwell (Milner 58'), Walcott (Sturridge 58 '), Zamora (Bent 70'), Downing.
Sweden: Isaksson, Lustig (Wilhelmsson 55 '), Majstorovic, Mellberg (Olsson 45'), M. Olsson, Elm (Bajrami 87 '), Kallstrom (Svensson 70'), Larsson, Wernbloom, Elmander, Ibrahimovic (Toivonen 45 ').