Not since October 12, 2021, in the 2-0 win against Greece, has Isak netted wearing the Swedish national team jersey.

But after eleven goalless internationals, he is now back in the goal minutes.

Ken Sema produced a fine groundwork on the left wing and hit a delicate post into the penalty area where the Newcastle star put his forehead on. The goal made it 3-0 in the 39th minute and punctuated the game already in the first half.

"High level of Kulusevski"

Prior to that, Viktor Gyökeres and Dejan Kulusevski had netted and Sweden, 23rd in the FIFA world rankings, outplayed Estonia (111th) with attacking football.

Gyökeres opened the scoring when he made it 1-0 in the 18th minute after a fine strike. Afterwards, he celebrated with his patented, and secret, goal gesture where he intertwines his hands in front of his face.

Just minutes later, Kulusevski increased the lead to 2-0 when he fooled the home defence with his first touch inside the penalty area.

"Nice insert by Emil Forsberg and the first touch by Kulusevski is at a really high level. Really fun to see the joy of the game and the combination game right now, said SVT's expert Daniel Nannskog at the time.

The EM dream is alive

11,411 spectators at the stadium in Tallinn watched a controlled second half where substitutes Robin Quaison and Viktor Claesson nodded in a goal each. The match ended 5-0.

Sweden's dream of reaching the European Championship in Germany next year is still alive, but still four points separate Belgium and Austria in first and second place in the group. On Tuesday, Austria awaits at home at Friends Arena in a new must-play match.

The text is updated.