5–0 against Estonia in the European Championship qualifier at Lilleküla Arena in Tallinn. A Swedish effort that means that coach Janne Andersson may change his basic plan for the national team's two fateful matches in the European Championship qualifiers against Estonia and Austria.

"There were some who were really good in this game that I might have thought would start on the bench on Tuesday. But I'm not afraid to make a number of changes to bring in fresh legs, says Janne Andersson at the press conference after the win.

"Maximize what we do"

Scorers Alexander Isak and Viktor Gyökeres, Sweden's attacking pair in the qualifying match, were substituted at the same time in the 64th minute. Isak revealed in Viaplay's broadcast that the change came because Janne Andersson wanted to save on the duo's powers.

"Otherwise, I've fooled them. We've talked about maxing out what we do and then switching. Some of these players don't play 90 minutes in club teams and I felt it was time to change," Andersson said.

Sweden will face Austria on Tuesday, kick-off at 20.45.

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Alexander Isak and Viktor Gyökeres netted in the victory. See all of Sweden's goals against Estonia in the clip. Photo: Bildbyrån