STOCKHOLM (REUTERS) – A great first half from winger Emil Forsberg made ready for Sweden’s 3-1 success over Armenia in their last amicable game before Euro 2020 gets in progress one week from now.
Forsberg gave the Swedes the lead in the sixteenth moment with a free kick from distance that plunged violently, driving guardian David Yurchenko to confuse his jump as the ball bobbed and flew into the net.
Forsberg additionally had an impact Sweden’s second, whipping in a corner that Marcus Danielson went to make it 2-0 in the 34th moment with his third objective in nine internationals.
Given a free part from his situation on the left wing, Forsberg won a punishment not long before halftime however Yurchenko got down keenly to save Sebastian Larsson’s spot kick.
Vahan Bichakhchyan pulled an objective back for the guests soon after the hour mark, however the Swedes got a third when Robin Quaison dinked a magnificent leave to set behind individual substitute Marcus Berg to score.
Janne Andersson’s side start their Euro 2020 Group E crusade against Spain in Seville on June 14 preceding taking on Slovakia and Poland in St Petersburg.