In pictures: Asllani and Jakobsson secure bronze for Sweden

From early goals to ones that weren't meant to be, this third-place World Cup playoff tie between England and Sweden was all about drama. Here are the highlights of Sweden's 2-1 victory over the Lionesses, in pictures.

Sweden has won all three of its bronze medal matches at the Women’s World Cup, also beating Germany in 1991 and France in 2011. Photo: Getty Images
England has lost back-to-back games at the Women’s World Cup for the first time. England was 0-2 behind after just 22 minutes against Sweden, the earliest it has ever been two goals down in a Women’s World Cup match. Photo: Getty Images
Caroline Seger
Swedish midfielder and skipper Caroline Seger played her last World Cup game as her side beat England 2-1 in the third-place playoff. This was also her 200th international appearance. Photo: Getty Images
Kosovare Asllani
Kosovare Asllani’s opener was her third goal at the 2019 Women’s World Cup – the most by a Sweden player at a single edition of the tournament since 2011 (Lisa Dahlkvist, 3). Photo: Getty Images
Ellen White
Two of the five goals initially awarded but then overturned by VAR at the 2019 Women's World Cup have been scored by England's Ellen White (40%). White mimicked USA's Alex Morgan's tea-sipping celebration but the celebration was short-lived. Photo: Getty Images
Hedvig Lindahl
Hedvig Lindahl featured in her fifth and possibly last World Cup. She was instrumental to her team's semifinal journey. Photo: Getty Images
Karen Carney
Karen Carney’s substitute appearance was her 144th and final game for the England Women’s team – only Fara Williams (170) has played more for the Lionesses. Photo: Getty Images