Zlatan scored after only 9 minutes and Sweden were very close to winning away against Montenegro. But Stefan Jovetić made it 1-1 at the very end and both teams got a point each.
– I'm not happy with the result, Zlatan said after the game.
The doubts and question marks for Ibra were there and looking in Sweden's group, this was a very important game. So the smiles were many when Zlatan scored after only 9 minutes! He got the ball by a lucky bounce in the penalty area and just tapped it in with his left foot, 0-1.
NO SIGNS OF INJURY
Ibra looked fit today. He played all 90 minutes and were very involved in Sweden's game. He had 5 total attempts, with the goal and also a tremendous freekick in second half who hit the post. The longer the game went he looked a bit more tired, not surprising considering he has not played a full fame in almost two months.
Sweden had this game. But a questionable penalty in the 80th minute lead to the Stefan Jovetić 1-1, and Sweden were about to play their third 1-1-game this qualification. And despite a great chance at the very end where Ekdal scored but the referee blew the whistle for Montenegro-freekick. 1-1 became the end result and Sweden are probably a bit disappointed.
8' - 0-1. Zlatan Ibrahimović, PSG.
80' - 1-1 - Jovetić, Montenegro.