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RĂ¥sundastadion (ATT 49,967) 14th November 2012 - Kick off 19:30 Ref: S Oddvar Moen

Sweden Sweden vs England England

Sweden 4

Z Ibrahimovic (20, 77, 84, 90+1)


England 2

D Welbeck (35)
S Caulker (38)

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  1. Full Time. That's it. All over. England were looking good but then it became the Zlatan Ibrahimovic show. The Sweden captain scored all four goals - the last of which was a ludicrous strike. Unbelievable.

  2. That's simply one of the greatest strikes you will see in a long while. Hart comes off his line to head clear but Ibrahimovic retrieves it and attempts an overhead volley from at least 30 yards out. With his back to goal he makes stunning contact and the ball flies into the unguarded net. Amazing.

  3. 90+1

    Goal! Zlatan Ibrahimovic with a wonder goal!

  4. 89

    Wernbloom on for Ranegie.

  5. 87

    Wilshere booked.

  6. 86

    Zaha for Sterling.

  7. Ibrahimovic drills a free-kick in low from distance and it eludes Hart. Stunning stuff from the Sweden captain.

  8. 84

    Goal! Zlatan Ibrahimovic hat-trick!

  9. 81

    Quick feet from Osman to latch onto Welbeck's pass in the box but his left-footed effort is straight at the goalkeeper.

  10. 80

    Huddlestone whips in a free-kick but Sturridge is offside.

  11. 79

    Jenkinson sees a shot blocked.

  12. Welcome to international football Ryan Shawcross. Ibrahimovic spins to latch onto a ball over the top and volleys past Hart to equalise. Lethal.

  13. 77

    Goal! Zlatan Ibrahimovic with a volley!

  14. 75

    Huddlestone on for Gerrard.

  15. 75

    Jenkinson on for Johnson.

  16. 75

    Shawcross on for Caulker.

  17. 73

    Sana on for Lustig.

  18. 73

    Antonsson on for Granqvist.

  19. 73

    Johnson is forced to concede a corner.

  20. 72

    Wilshere spreads the play well but when Gerrard drills a ball into the feet of Welbeck in the area, the forward cannot control.

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