Sweden defeated Armenia 3-1 in the European Championship rematch.
But Blågult could just as easily have scored another goal.
Because at the end of the first half, Sebastian Larsson missed a penalty, hit to the left of David Yurchenko who threw himself in the right direction.
And according to Janne Andersson's stated principle, someone else will get the chance next time if you miss the finish from the penalty spot.
- My basis has been that I have a number of good penalty shooters and if you have missed then I do not put the same old man in that position again.
It will surely be like that again.
But if you miss a penalty, it was the right match even though I think "Seb" is very annoyed, says national team captain Janne Andersson after the genre rep win.
Larsson set his penalty both against Finland in the first European Championship test and against Kosovo in the World Cup qualifiers in March.
And the AIK midfielder took over the responsibility from the penalty spot after Andreas Granqvist who was missing due to injury, and never handed over the penalty stick due to a miss.
Granqvist started beating penalties after Emil Forsberg missed against Bulgaria in a World Cup qualifier loss in 2017.