A frantic opening to this match had promised to produce a high scoring match. It wasn’t to be Sweden decided to err on the side of caution allowing Spain to get into their passing groove as the match went on. The passage of play leading up to Valencia’s Soler’s opener was typical La Roja. Sweden could get anywhere near the ball. I think Olsen should have come out and try to close Soler down. But you can’t blame him the speed of the passing can deceive anyone. Ironically it was Spain based Isak who levelled a minute after with the close at 5 minutes after a collector’s item of a error by Busquets. His miss control unusual for a Barca player put his team under pressure that they failed to cope with. Spain doesn’t like to play against teams that counter attack with speed, the Swedes did well in this regard. Spain now second in Group B ON 7 POINTS from 4 games with Sweden topping it with 9 points from 3 games.