Sweden have been awarded a 3-0 victory over Denmark by European football's governing body for their abandoned UEFA EURO 2008 qualifier last weekend.

UEFA took the decision after the match had to be stopped near its end last Saturday, when the German referee Herman Fander was assaulted by a spectator with the score at 3-3.

UEFA also imposed a 100,000 Swiss francs fine on the Danes, who must also play their next four home matches more than 250km from Copenhagen, with the next one behind closed doors.

Veteran Danish international Christian Poulsen also received a three-match suspension, the first of which he served against Latvia last Wednesday, for the red card he received from Fander in the 89th minute of the match for punching Swedish rival Markus Rosenberg in the stomach.

UEFA's decision means Sweden lead their EURO 2008 group from Spain by three points.