It took a lot of sweat, but it was worth it. Alexander Isaac gave assistance to Robin Quaison, for him to score Sweden’s winning goal against the Czech Republic, which puts him one step away from the World Cup in Qatar. The goal came in extra time, in the 109th minute of the match played at the Friends Arena in Solna. Isaac, without much inspiration or spark during the entire stake, he did have the cold blood to give up the leather to his partner in the decisive play of the clash and that he was in a position to risk it today. Great effort from the txuri urdin player, who dropped even the number (‘9’) on the shirt. The Swedes still have to win Poland on Tuesday to earn a World Cup ticket.