Sweden were the better team against Italy in their second game in Euro 2016 today, but a late goal by Inter's Éder gave Italy the three points.
Sweden controlled the ball well and even though Italy let them, they performed well under pressure and deserved at least one point. They did however struggle in the offensive third and once again failed to get any attempts on goal.
Zlatan played 90 minutes and had a decent performance with the ball but wasn't as dangerous near Italy's goal as expected.
At 0-0 in the 88th minute, Italy counterattacked and Inter's Éder chocked the Swedish fans by scoring the gamewinner.
Italy are through to the Round of 16, Sweden still has the chance but they probably have to beat Belgium in the last group stage game.
Source: Euro 2016.