After a free kick five minutes before the end of the match, the ball went to Lena Hurtig who nodded the ball to Caroline Seeger, who in her international number 213 (one of Therese Sjogran’s record of 214) nodded 3-2 to Sweden. They both jumped in the second half.
– It feels absolutely incredible. She went at speed of 200. Now she has to accept that it’s going to be tough, captain Seger says with a smile about her proximity to the international record for SVT Sport.
It was a great free kick and I knew Lina was going to be the first. About his goal, Seger says, it was just about turning and positioning.
In overtime, Sophia Jakobson, who is also a substitute, hit the bar.
Shortly thereafter, Hurtig’s shot was finished by thrust and with a bit of fluency he got the ball across the goalkeeper and put it into the goal with a little 4-2 forward velocity.
Shoot from two goals for Poland
Immediately after the break, it looked more difficult, with Swedish eyes. The half had hardly time to start when Poland drew 2-2. Iowa Bajaur scored twice with his header into the ball after the post, with Zecira Mussovic misjudging the situation.
– These bugs are something she should get rid of aside from her game. She became too ambitious and should have stayed on the line, says Marcus Johannson of Mosovich.
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Blacksteinius turned with two quick goals
In the final minutes of the first half, Sweden switched from 0-1 to a 2-1 lead. With her 2–1 goal, Stina Blackstenius scored her second goal when she fired straight from close range after Rebecka Blomqvist scored the ball from the left wing in an attack style with several players involved.
Scoring goals was important and fun. That was a while ago, Blacksteinius says.
CLIP: Watch the highlights of the first half – Blackstenius scored twice