The Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimović considers that his team did not deserve the defeat in their first match at Euro 2012 against Ukraine, the official web site of the UEFA reports.

 “It’s tough, it’s tough. We shouldn't have lost. We had good chances to score goals. We were winning 1-0, then they scored to make it 1-1 and another to make it 2-1 from a corner and that just can't happen. But we have two games left to do better,” he mentioned

Ibrahimovic has admitted that felt a bit nervous in the first half, but started the second half better. “We played better and held the ball and were a bit more daring. But that sums up football; things start to go well and you concede a goal and then a second goal after that,” the striker said.

“We just have to focus. Two great matches lie ahead of us against two great teams and we will do much better than we did today. We will just prepare for them and do even better. We can learn not to throw away a lead in the manner we did and to be a bit more daring. It isn't just about one game,” he said.

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