With the attacking star as a reference point, they threatened forward, while Filip Helander was a giant in a more stable defense than last time.
Just over ten minutes into the match, Ibrahimovic caught up with goalkeeper Samir Ujkani and heeled the ball to Ludwig Augustinsson.
Vänsterbacken looked surprised to have been given such a golden position, but when the shock subsided, he shoveled in 1-0 for Sweden.
Isaac goal scorer
Kosovo lacked several players, not least on the defensive side, and had trouble dealing with a hungry winger on the left wing.
Emil Forsberg was creative, and shortly after the goal he served Alexander Isak to a free position. The youngster rounded the goalkeeper – but missed the goal.
Isak got their revenge in the 35th minute. Then Ibrahimovic found him with a smart pass and Isak sent in 2-0 with the left.
The goal meant that he scored six goals in his first 20 international matches. In his young days, Ibrahimovic accounted for seven goals in 20 games.
Nail in the coffin
The second half was mostly a transport distance, but it flashed a few times with Forsberg in the center of events.
First he missed the goal with a wide side, on a fine pass by Ibrahimovic, and then he shot high over in a position he acquired.
Minutes after Isak and Ibrahimovic were replaced by Marcus Berg and Robin Quaison, Sweden were punished after a hand on a corner.
Sebastian Larsson stepped forward and sent the ball in via the goalkeeper’s outstretched hands. 3-0 – and no more goals forward or backward.
Substitute Bernard Berisha was sent off in the final minutes after two yellow cards in four minutes, before the final signal sounded and “Blue-yellow” cheered.
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