England top Group D, France scrape through to quarter finals
England and France failed to impress but advanced to the European Championship quarter finals on Tuesday, though debate raged over another goal line controversy.
England's Wayne Rooney returned after a two-match ban to score in the 48th minute and secure a 1-0 win over Ukraine, which eliminated the Euro 2012 co-hosts.
However, Ukraine were denied an equaliser when the Hungarian match officials ruled Marko Devic's 70th-minute shot had not crossed the line, despite replays indicating it had done.
France progressed as Group D runners-up despite losing 2-0 to Sweden, whose forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic struck a stunning volley in the 54th minute. Sebastian Larsson scored in stoppage time.
France will play Spain on Saturday in Donetsk, and England face Italy in Kiev on Sunday.