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Ibrahimovic wasn't the only one who failed to deliver, with the Swedes looking extremely nervous in the first half as they struggled to get to grips with the busy midfielder Hoolahan.Ibrahimovic's only decent chance came in the second half but he failed to get a decent connection with Martin Olsson's cross, scuffing the ball wide with his left foot while tightly marked.On one of the few occasions he did get free, Ibrahimovic combined well with Emil Forsberg and John Guidetti to break down the left of Ireland's penalty area before hammering the ball across the goal only for Clark, calamitously, to head into his own net.
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