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Zlatan celebrates Sweden's qualification for 2018 World Cup

14 Novembre 2017

The match ended goalless, giving Sweden a 1-0 aggregate win.

It was a heroic achievement for the Swedes, but even after such a stunning result, Andersson was hit with questions over whether Ibrahimovic, who retired following Euro 2016 with 62 goals in 116 caps, would be returning to global action.

"This player [Ibrahimovic] has just stopped to play with Sweden one year and a half ago and we are still here talking about him".

"We have many heroes tonight".

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But there were inevitably questions about the Manchester United striker, who has been out of action since April with a knee ligament injury. I am a bit moved but obviously very happy with the result.

Unsurprisingly, Zlatan Ibrahimovic found himself centre stage after the match despite not playing any part in the qualification campaign, largely because he retired from worldwide football over a year ago.

Andersson even hinted that the 36-year-old wouldn't necessarily be picked given how, in his view, different Sweden's style of play is now compared to when Ibrahimovic was in the team.

'Considering that he has chose to leave global football, he is a great champion, but we had to adapt and found another style'.

Zlatan celebrates Sweden's qualification for 2018 World Cup