Thanks for tuning in tonight and hope you enjoyed the coverage. More of the same Sunday. Arrivederci.
France met Spain at Euro 2000 in the quarter-finals, as they won 2-1 en route to their second European Championship victory.
For England, they will be playing Italy for the first time in a competitive match since 1997 when they qualified for the 1998 World Cup with a 0-0 draw in Rome during the Glenn Hoddle era.
Sweden have beaten France 2-0 and England win the group by three points. Grit has expectedly trumped guile for Hodgson's team but it's encouraging they have yielded seven points despite unconvincing in their group.
BEEP BEEP BEEP! England 1-0 Ukraine. France-Sweden yet to finish but the French must score thrice to win the group. It's safe to assume the Three Lions will face Italy on Sunday whilst Les Bleus will take on European and world champions Spain.
Decent effort from Yarmolenko, but his sweeping shot loops over. Definitely Ukraine's most impressive and most threatening player this evening.
Yarmolenko pleads for a penalty before Oxlade-Chamberlain races away. Like against France, he uses the ball unwisely and cedes possession rather than assisting Walcott.
Shevchenko rightly booked for a thuggish swipe at Young. Immediately apologised. Rooney is indeed coming off for Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Wasteful in the end from Nazarenko after an initially inviting ball curled in. Oxlade-Chamberlain IS coming on...
Rooney's been a liability in possession the last 10 minutes and looks spent for the evening. Walcott off Carroll and Oxlade-Chamberlain may be a shrewd and fresher move for the final 10 minutes.
Rooney looks knackered. May be an idea to bring on either Carroll or an extra pair of legs in midfield. Right-back Butko comes on for Milevskiy. Thirteen minutes to go.
Good football from the otherwise anonymous Welbeck but Rooney can't shift the ball quickly enough to Walcott. Gerrard's subsequent corner finds the United striker at the far post, but he heads the ball straight at Pyatov.
Joe Hart flaps again at Konoplienka's strike but Lescott is in there to prevent a goal as his team-mate is bailed out. Hart's had a few heart-in-mouth moments this tournament.
Walcott for Milner the 3/4 of the way through change. Same old from Milner. Work rate second to no one, first touch second to everyone.
CHANCE! Ashley Cole so close to his first England goal on appearance 97 as Pyatov flaps again but recovers to thwart the left-back.
What is it about Terry and goal lines? Beneficiary of a ghost goal against Spurs in the Cup semi-final and now tonight saving one.
Milevskiy's miss has lifted Ukraine though. Atmosphere's more partisan and Ukraine are troubling England.
Terry's done great in the sense to pose a quandary for the myopic official, but that ball was clearly over the line.
CHANCE! Milevskiy should score. He's offside but the flag stays down, yet the Dynamo Kiev man contrives to head over.