England showed tactical nous while France remained frustrated in Donetsk.
But the day belonged to hometown hero Andriy Shevchenko who netted a doubleto put Sweden to the sword, after Zlatan Ibrahimovic has given the Scandinavians the lead.
Keith Downie and Jamie Borthwick review Monday's action and take a look back at the best moments of the tournament so far.
Also on our Euro 2012 site, we will be going beyond the headlines with our own unique take on events, as well as hearing from our panel of experts from around Europe.
Of course, we will also bring you live action throughout the tournament with games shown online throughout the month and, if you miss any thing, we will have highlights and goals so you can remain up to date with all the action.
Greece v Czech Republic (STV) 5pm
Poland v Russia (STV) 7.45pm
- Ukraine 2-1 Sweden: Andriy Shevchenko rolls back the years with double
- France 1-1 England: Lescott and Nasri on target in tame match in Donetsk
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In this section
- Ukraine v England: A tactical analysis and look back on key battles
- England 1-0 Ukraine: Goal line controversy as England top Group D
- Video chat with Oleksandr Sereda on Ukraine, Shevchenko and England
- Euro 2012 talk: Blokhin’s moon trip, Bendtner’s pants and crazy commentary
- Oleg Blokhin believes pressure is all on England ahead of Group D decider
- Ukraine and France match suspended following torrential rain
- Ukraine 0-2 France: Menez and Cabaye score as Laurent Blanc's side impress
- Andriy Shevchenko rolls back the years to create Ukrainian history
- Euro 2012 Talk: Dzagoev points bonanza, Kuba's stunner, Kiev quiet
- Sweden need to follow 'The way of Zlatan' if they are to bounce back