The short answer is No.
Swapping of the USB3.0 lines is defined by USB protocol itself to make routing of these very high frequency lines easier. This is checked by host PHY when the device is plugged in and the host accordingly changes the signaling being driven.
This is not the case for USB2.0.
Thanks, i guess the "crossing" route is done near the end of chip (pin A9 and pin A10), thus we saw a "length compensation" on the USB connector side (on AN70707).