But it again surrendered the advantage and has nothing but pride to play for in the final fixture against Group D leader
Ibrahimovic told UEFA.com: "I think we were the better team against England. I really do.
"We should be proud of ourselves because we played a good game. We played the opposite way to the first one.
"We showed more courage and were much better in dead-ball situations. We played just the way we wanted to play.
"But in both the games we have played, we were in the lead, but after 60 minutes, we lost it all.
"Why did we lose both games? I don't know. That is something we need to analyse and see what we need to do better, or in a different way."
Midfielder Sebastian Larsson echoed Ibrahimovic's sentiments.
He said: "We did not play a good first match (against
"It is about taking points, and we didn't do that.
"It doesn't really matter now we are out of the tournament, but we were definitely better than England, but they are leaving with the points, so what can you say?
"Their equaliser (from
"With the last goal (from
UEFA president Michel Platini said preparations for Euro 2016 were "progressing well" after a meeting of the organising committee in Lille.