Sweden manage to get win over Switzerland by 1- 0;
Sweden have won back-to-back FIFA World Cup matches for the first time since 1958. That year, they went all the way to the Final. Can history repeat itself?
"It was a surreal feeling to stand at the side of the pitch hearing the fans calling out my name, but football is a team sport and this team, for me, personifies that. We all work so hard for each other on and off the pitch. We know that we are a good team and that we have earned our successes. We're all very happy about the successes we have seen so far. But we need to digest this quickly as we have another game coming up soon, on Saturday. It's all about the process right now and it's full steam ahead for us. We're not satisfied with what we've done – we want to win the next match too."
Janne Andersson, Sweden coach
"It just means so much to me that we managed to win again in such an extraordinary way. We didn't give Switzerland many chances at all. To see what we're achieving together, it just brings tears to my eyes and makes me so proud. If we get everything right, we know we can be really good both in defence and attack. We're in the quarter-finals now and that's proof that we're doing something very well."
Emil Forsberg, Budweiser Man of the Match