Sweden beat Switzerland 1-0 to enter the quarter finals match in the world cup 2018. A deflected Emil Forsberg effort proving the difference between the two sides. Switzerland in an all –Erupean battle at the 2018 FIFA World cup on 3rd of July. Switzerland team dominated possession , had more shots (18 to 12) but could not break throught a stingy Swedish defense.
Emil Forseberg strike goal in the 66th minute which deflected off a swiss defender and gone in that proved to be difference in this one. Sweden beat Switzerland by 1-0 and enter in quarter finals.
When Emil Forsberg’s heavily deflected shot gave them a 1-0 win Switzerland in a scrappy last 16 contest on Tuseday. Sweden will be face either Columbia or England in the Quarter final.
There are no more lifeline for England in this World cup, stunning as Sweden’s charge through to the quarter finals of the World Cup for the first time since 1994.
The World cup last 16 match between Sweden and Switzerland was goalless at half time in Saint Petersburg on Tuesday. Scandinavians had the better of the first half chance, but striker Marcus Berg blazed off target when well-placed before seeing Switzerland keeper Yann Sommer turn his low shot around the post. Sweden progress from his round of the competition for the first time since 1994.
Sweden reached first time in 24 years after deflected shot of Forsber a scrappy 1-0 win over Switzerland 3rd of July. Switzerland’s Michael Lang was sent off in injury time for a last ditch push on Martin Olsson and refree Damir Skomina downgraded his penalty to a free kick on the edge of the area. But game was won by Sweden