Joleon Lescott says England still have plenty of hard work ahead of them if they are to reach the quarter-finals of Euro 2012.
Lescott scored half an hour into England's opening match against France in Donetsk, but his Manchester City team-mate Samir Nasri equalised nine minutes later.
The score remained level at 1-1.
After the match, Lescott said: "Overall it was a good performance and a very accomplished performance as well.
"On paper it looks like we've come through the hardest game with a draw.
"But Sweden won't be easy and Ukraine are the home nation. We've still got two tough games.
"The key is to keep it in our hands and go into each game with everything to play for."