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Sweden Keeps World Cup Hopes Alive

Published onsdag 9 september 2009 kl 20.32
Sweden's Zlatan Ibrahimovic, left, controls the ball from Malta's Kenneth Scicluna

Sweden kept its hopes alive for next summer’s soccer World Cup in South Africa, narrowly beating Malta away 1-0.

For most of the match it seemed as if Malta would hold the Swedes to a tie. The score came as an own goal in the 81st minute, after a kick from Marcus Berg.

Sweden managed to eke out a similar narrow victory away against Hungary on Wednesday, through a last second goal by Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

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