Sweden had four consecutive defeats in the Nations League and were under pressure to win the last group stage match to avoid relegation to the C division - then the visitors shocked Sweden when they scored the first goal of the match at Friends.

It was "Slovenia's Haaland", starlet Benjamin Sesko, who struck with a dream goal.

The 19-year-old met a cross and went straight for the volley.

Then Emil Forsberg gave Sweden new hope.

The midfielder went on a solo raid, ran free, shook off defenders - and scored the equalizer just before the break.

But 1-1 stood - a result which means that Sweden, which fell out of the A-division in 2021, will be last in the group and sent down to the C-division.

- It's not good enough, says a few-spoken Dejan Kulusevki to Viaplay after the match.

The text is updated.