Zlatan saves Sweden from Faroe failure
Sweden have beaten the Faroe Islands 2-1, in a qualifier for the World Cup that saw Zlatan's team briefly one goal behind.
After a zero-goal first half, the Swedes briefly looked like they were on the way to a humiliating defeat, when Rogvi Baldvinsson scored after 57 minutes. But the Islanders were denied the chance to win in front of a home crowd in Torshavn by Alexander Kacaniklic, who equalised just eight minutes after the first goal.
Then ten minutes later Swedish captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic sealed victory with another goal.
The tiny nation of the Faroes has just 49,600 inhabitants, and is a self-governing part of Denmark, despite being closer to Scotland.