By Adeola Aderounmu
I watched in disbelief as Sweden overtuned a 4 goal deficit and nearly snatched victory in Berlin on the 16th of October 2012.
The Germans were 3 goals up after 30 minutes with 2 goals from Klose and one from Per Mertasacker.
In the 56th minute Ozil got the 4th goal and appeared to have “sealed” the game for the Germans.
The turning point came for the Swedes when Zlatan perfectly utilised a cross from Kim Källström. Zlatan headed beyond the German goalkeeper to orchestrate one of the biggest and most inprobable comebacks in football history.
With 35 minutes to go, Sweden scored 3 goals. The last goal was scored in the 93rd minute by Rasmus Elm.
In between, Lustig and Elmander had scored one a piece and Sana missed an open net. Otherwise Sweden would have won the game.
It must have been the worst night for German football but a sweet night for Swedish football.