"One thing is for sure, a Mundial without me is not worth seeing." Zlatan's words as a last-ditch effort to find himself in Russia look like a funny few hours after we arrived at 8. And especially for Sweden, which without him has been the defining set for this year's event, a few months after leaving Italy out for the first time in 60 years and getting a bit of a 'favor' in the way he defends. Eventually, Jane Andersen insisted, leaving the super-star out and justified as she went.
When Ibrahimovic thought that he couldn't do much with these teammates, and then the technician, Eric Hamren, left, things went the other way. Sweden was no longer 'all for one' but 'one for all' and this is something you could see with the naked eye of the clubs. After leaving the Netherlands with which he was in the same group in the qualifiers, he then made a huge surprise by blocking Italy in the barrels. Not that Janpiero Ventura did something awesome in that pair of matches but if you had seen the games you could say that not 180, but 380 minutes if they played, the Azzurri would not score.
Things in the group didn't betray any surprise group that comes to them all, but when a set is so solid you have to fear it. The marginal victory over Korea (1-0) went to great lengths and more was the defeat that came to Germany from 97 ′. At the 'final' of the group against Mexico, Andersen's derekies were imposed (3-0) and essentially took Mannschaft's place in the knockouts.
It may not be difficult for many people's eyes, but Sweden has proven at least how difficult it is. In a tournament where every small National team that played close has caused problems, the Scandinavians make it clear they will not accept a cheap goal and end up bombarded with a yummy all their lives. With stunning teamwork, regular discipline, stability and bodies that you can't easily throw down, the Swedes are on the "8" and have a vigor and bodies that the English know they can't easily throw down.
Like most teams that have managed to reach the quarter-finals, Sweden has taken possession of the opponent, is nervously organized backwards, and as Emil Forsberg climbs up, his hopes soar. With his own goal the Leipzig midfielder granted 8 the qualification of 1994 in his home country, which will overtake the Netherlands on Saturday (07 / 07) and become the 2th without Mundial title having more games in the  after Mexico .
One of the same ones from England, Croatia, Russia will be in the final of Moscow and if we say to the Englishmen that it is the heaviest jersey, because they have the title, then we have to say that the Swedes in super team and fighting spirit, have their chances. As Jane Anderson has noted for herself and the grimace she makes, so her team may not be like Swedes, but at least she's not home yet. "I don't feel proud to see my pictures and look like a monster, but it would be worse if I were dead."email> email@example.com