Man City's Barry upset being denied landmark England goal
Sweden defender Daniel Majstorovic's own goal was England's 2,000th in international football, though the Swede suggested post-match that he would rather Barry, whose header had flicked from the centre-half beyond Andreas Isaksson, be credited with the reward.
"It should be given to Barry," said the Celtic defender. "It was a good cross [from Stewart Downing], he headed it and it came off me. I know it was a 'special' goal, but I don't want to be in the record books."
"I've just been told it's going down as an own goal," said Barry. "I got a touch and it skimmed off the defender. It would have been great to have scored the 2,000th goal and I'm a bit disappointed, but I'm not a goalscorer and I won't be crying too much."