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Zlatan Ibrahimovic sees Sweden to win away to Moldova

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic bagged a brace, leading Sweden to a 2-nil victory over Moldova.
Sweden's mercurial striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic put Sweden ahead by capitalizing on a poor clearance in a very cheeky manner..

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored two contrasting goals as Sweden earned an ultimately comfortable 2-0 World Cup qualifying win over Moldova.

The striker's 85th-minute penalty made the points safe but it was his first goal which captured the attention, as he charged down goalkeeper Ilie Cebanu's clearance and diverted the ball into the net.

Victory keeps Sweden second in the group behind Austria, who won 5-0 in Liechtenstein.

In a quiet opening half-hour, Sweden's Sunderland midfielder Sebastian Larsson...

Moldova 0-1 Liechtenstein

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Franz Burgmeier's second-half free kick earned Liechtenstein their first win of the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign as they beat Moldova 1-0.

Liechtenstein skipper Burgmeier dipped a superb strike over the wall from the edge of the box and that was enough to settle a turgid contest between the two bottom-placed sides in Group G at the Zimbru Stadium.

The loss leaves hosts Moldova as the only team in the group still searching for their first win and they now prop up the standings as Liechtenstein leapfrog...