Erik Hamren says that Sweden's comeback to earn a draw with Germany was "incredible".
Sweden boss Erik Hamren has spoken of his pride following his team's miraculous four-goal comeback against Germany in Berlin.
Two goals by Miroslav Klose and strikes by Per Mertersacker and Mesut Ozil had put Germany 4-0 in front after 55 minutes.
However, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Mikail Lustig and Johan Elmander scored before Rasmus Elm completed the comeback with the last kick of the game.
Hamren said that what they have achieved has not yet sunk in.
"It was still a strange feeling in the dressing room, it's not every day on the international stage that you come back for a 4-4 draw having been 4-0 down," he noted.
"To come to Germany and get a point against one of the best teams in the world is incredible. It is something historical, I am very proud of my team and the way they reacted."
Sweden remain second in Group C with seven points.
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