11:30 15 November 2012
With England being 2-1 up after half-time at a friendly match on Wednesday night against Sweden, football ace Zlatan Ibrahimovic squashed a nations dream with his four goals putting Sweden up by two goals to take the win.
One sweeping moment was when the Swedish skipper rocked a 30-yard kick past England keeper Joe Hart. England boss Roy Hodgson said on BBC Radio 5 Live that: “The fourth goal was the crowning glory.”
He added: “It's a wonderful goal to see on a football field, though I would rather have seen it against someone else.”
The night also saw Steven Gerrard, who plays for Liverpool, make his 100th appearance for England football team.
And Chelsea’s central defender, Gary James Cahill, has come under criticism in some reports for his performance.
Sweden’s result against England follows their epic comeback in October, where they ended up drawing with Germany in a World Cup qualifier from being 4-0 down.
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