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Sweden 1-0 Switzerland FIFA World Cup 2018 Highlights: Sweden 1-0 Switzerland

Sweden vs Switzerland Live Score FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Streaming: Sweden vs Switzerland Live Streaming Football Match.

By: Sports Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: July 3, 2018 9:37:10 pm
sweden vs switzerland live score Sweden 1-0 Switzerland FIFA World Cup 2018 Highlights Sweden 1-0 Switzerland in St. Petersburg. (Source: Reuters)

Sweden 1-0 Switzerland FIFA World Cup 2018 Highlights: A deflected shot from Emil Forsberg gave Sweden a 1-0 victory over Switzerland in a dull World Cup round of 16 match in St Petersburg on Tuesday, sending the Swedes through to a quarter-final against either Colombia or England. Switzerland had the lion’s share of possession but were toothless in attack, and bowed out in dispiriting fashion after registering four shots on target over 90 minutes, none of which unduly tested Robin Olsen in the Swedish goal.


03 Jul

Saint Petersburg Stadium


  • boll66’ Emil Forsberg


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    21:25 (IST)03 Jul 2018
    FULL-TIME! Sweden are through

    Sweden take the free-kick which is saved by the Swiss goalkeeper but that doesn't matter as there is the full-time whistle and Sweden are through to the quarter-final!

    21:21 (IST)03 Jul 2018

    In the final minute of the game, Sweden win a penalty! They are going for a VAR check to see if the decision can be reversed. It's a red card for Lang. The VAR decision shows it is outside the box so no penalty but a free-kick

    21:18 (IST)03 Jul 2018
    Three added minutes

    Three added minutes in the match, That is what Switzerland have to save their World Cup dream. Sweden are back and are defending everything

    21:13 (IST)03 Jul 2018
    Switzerland need a goal

    Switzerland are continously trying to find space in the Sweden box but are failing to get it. They keep coming back to attack but Sweden defence has been on the mark,

    21:06 (IST)03 Jul 2018
    Sweden corner

    Sweden win the corner but it is a bad ball. The is still in the box but no one is there to win it. It is cleared and a goalkick for Switzerland

    20:57 (IST)03 Jul 2018

    Fosberg received the ball just outside the box and he dodged one defender and had a clear vision to aim. He goes bam! On the way it takes a deflection of a Swiss defender which fools the goalkeeper and into the goal!

    20:53 (IST)03 Jul 2018
    GOAL! Sweden 1-0 Switzerland

    GOAL! Fosberg has done it! Sweden are in the lead in the 66th minute of the game. Fans are delighted with the goal!

    20:50 (IST)03 Jul 2018
    Free-kick for Sweden

    Sweden win a free-kick on the left corner. This is a very dangerous spot for Switzerland. Fosberg to take and he has hit it straight into the two-man wall! What a waste!

    20:42 (IST)03 Jul 2018
    Switzerland corner

    Switzerland win corner but it accounts for nothing. They win another which again cleared by Sweden. Nothing from this attack for Switzerland which is not frustrating them

    20:40 (IST)03 Jul 2018
    Sweden hit over

    Ola Toivonen had a chance to put Sweden ahead as he gets a bouncing ball inside the box but he sends it over the bar. How many times have Sweden done this today!

    20:35 (IST)03 Jul 2018
    Sweden free-kick

    Sweden win a free-kick early in the second half. It's on the right and Ludwig Augustinsson takes it. The shot is good and inside the box but Manuel Akanji clears with a header

    20:33 (IST)03 Jul 2018
    Second half

    The second half between Sweden and Switzerland gets underway. Switzerland begin the game. A goal has evaded both teams in the first half but this should not be the case in the second

    20:17 (IST)03 Jul 2018

    Nothing to separate the two teams in St Petersburg! No goals from the two teams and it is 0-0 at half-time. Sweden and Switzerland had their chances and came close to scoring but both were denied. Sweden had a more clear chances which the should have converted

    20:14 (IST)03 Jul 2018

    How do you miss that! Albin Ekdal has sidefooted a perfect ball over the bar! Open goal and he was just six yards from it. No one was marking him as he received a cross from Lustig. But he made a mess of it

    20:13 (IST)03 Jul 2018
    Sweden free-kick

    Sweden have a free kick and they are on the right side. Forsberg takes it and there is a deflection off the wall. Sweden win a corner but they would have hoped the deflection goes into the goal

    20:11 (IST)03 Jul 2018

    Another Sweden chance which is hit over the bar. Blerim Dzemaili had the ball after Sweden had done well with passes. But he sends it high over

    20:11 (IST)03 Jul 2018
    Xhaka shot

    Xhaka tries a shot from 40 yards but that shot is way over the bar! Sweden are under pressure now. Swiss are back with their attack

    19:58 (IST)03 Jul 2018
    Save Switzerland

    A fantastic save from Switzerland goalkeeper to deny Sweden a given goal. Sweden still had possession but a free-kick for Switzerland to see off the danger

    19:57 (IST)03 Jul 2018
    Sweden attack

    Sweden are putting pressure on Switerzerland defence. They are now trying more from the flanks and then put the ball into the box. Switzerland on the end had a chance but the Steven Zuber header is over the bar

    19:48 (IST)03 Jul 2018
    Swiss attack

    Shaqiri with a cross which from the right and Valon Behrami is there who takes the shot but that ball is high and over. Switzerland need to do better here.

    Sweden vs Switzerland live Sweden take on Switzerland in the Round of 16. (Source: Reuters)

    Switzerland go into their last-16 World Cup match against Sweden in St Petersburg on Tuesday with a much more exciting squad than those at past tournaments, but only victory will secure a lasting legacy for their so-called ‘Golden generation’. The Swiss may lack quality up front, but sound organization and teamwork have enabled them to overcome their shortcomings, although they are bound to be tested by the absence of their captain Stephan Lichtsteiner and Fabian Schar. But with players such as Ricardo Rodriguez, Xherdan Shaqiri and Granit Xhaka, who ply their trade in Europe’s top leagues, the Swiss still have a decent chance of reaching the quarter-finals for the first time since they hosted the World Cup 1954.

    Like the Swiss, the Swedes have gone about their campaign with a brisk, businesslike efficiency, with their only blip coming in their last-minute 2-1 loss to Germany, which was bracketed by victories over South Korea and Mexico. Both teams escaped the group stages with a minimum of fuss, scoring five goals each.

    (Source: Reuters)

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