Sweden skipper Zlatan Ibrahimovic hailed the belief of his side after they bounced back from a disappointing Group D campaign to beat France.
Erik Hamren's side went into Tuesday's game already out of the finals after opening group defeats to Ukraine and England.
But the Swedes restored some pride with Ibrahimovic's breathtaking scissor-kick before Seb Larsson notched at the death.
Ibrahimovic said: "The whole team played a great game. A lovely finish when you think of the two games we've had.
"We believed in it, we believed in each other, helped each other and communicated well."
Regarding his goal, the Sweden skipper added: "A great cross from Seb, like the one against Iceland but then I shot with the left.
"Now I shot with the right and it went in the goal."