Here are our player ratings from England's dramatic win...
Joe Hart - 6
Goalkeeper Joe Hart will be disappointed to have conceded two in a game where he didn't have much more to do. Will have wanted to have had a greater presence at set pieces.
Glen Johnson - 7
Picked up defensively where he left off against France with a very hard working display. Unlucky with the own goal and came agonisingly close to keeping it out.
Joleon Lescott - 6
Not as dominant in the air as he would have liked and sloppy with his passing late on. Will want an improvement in his next game.
John Terry - 6
Like Lescott he should have been better at the back, but came very close to scoring early on in the second half.
Ashley Cole - 6
Cole has had better games and despite laying on an excellent pass for Ashley Young in the first half he was under par. He was caught out positionally for Sweden's opener and even at the end was too cavalier.
Steven Gerrard - 7
The captain put in a superb cross for England's opener, and was still surging forward at the end. He did leave gaps defensively, and will have to be tighter against Ukraine.
Scott Parker - 6
You can never say Parker doesn't work hard, and he tried to offer a goal threat too but his shooting was off. Whether he and Gerrard can keep going at the same intensity all tournament has to be a concern.
James Milner - 5
Seriously underwhelming. He had an average game against France and he did little to stand out again here. It was no surprise to see him taken off and his place is in doubt for the next game.
Ashley Young - 6
Young was lively but hardly productive. He was wasteful with his one great opportunity, shooting wide, and left gaps defensively. Has not set the tournament alight so far.
Andy Carroll - 7
Carroll was the fulcrum of England's attack and his headed goal was terrific. He was too over-eager at times, clumsily rushing back and giving away the free-kick which led to Sweden's opener, and was at times wasteful with his passing.
Danny Welbeck - 8
Welbeck was a livewire all game, and his goal was no accident, rather a touch of majestic technique. His goal was well deserved after two excellent displays in a row.
Theo Walcott - 9
What more could Walcott possibly have done with his time on the pitch. He changed the game and it was a masterstroke by Hodgson. His goal may have been fortuitous but the burst of pace and cross for Welbeck's winner was outstanding.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain - N/A
Not enough to time to rate, but his lively movement showed England have yet another option at centre-forward, but with Wayne Rooney back England are suddenly well stocked in that department.