Zlatan unsure about Sweden’s future after winning the World Cup
Lewandowski and Poland at home proved tough for Sweden, who must win to secure their place at the World Cup in Qatar.
It didn’t happen. The nightmare started just after half-time, when Jesper Karlström fouled Krychowiak in the penalty area, and the referee pointed to the penalty spot.
Robert Lewandowski was safe that way, and Poland went ahead. Almost 15 minutes later, it was Piotr Zielinski who kicked the ball into the net alone against goalkeeper Olsen, and the defeat was real.
Sweden’s last hope hung in Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who came in just under ten minutes from the end, but he alone could not save Sweden’s hunt for a World Cup tie. So, after all the sun signs, he didn’t get one last World Cup on his CV.
– Shall we see you in the national team uniform again? Ask reporter C More.
– I hope so. As long as I can stay healthy and stay involved and contribute, said Ibrahimovic.
When reporters asked if the future of the national team was uncertain, he answered this:
– There is no one answer for now.
He thinks it can also be said for Sweden’s part, if they have a margin on their side.
– It was a balanced match. Now it was clear that everyone was disappointed and depressed, but it was normal when someone lost. “Everyone wants to play in the World Cup and feel the World Cup, but now it won’t be like that.”
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