Robin Quaison and Viktor Claesson scored Sweden's goal, when the team Saturday night shot a hole in the EM-qualification with a victory.
at Home at the Friends Arena in Stockholm won Sweden 2-1 over Romania, and secured thereby a near-perfect start on the EM-hunt.
Sweden, in the autumn won its pool in the Nations League of Russia and Turkey, went Saturday to the break in front 2-0.
Mainz-attacker Robin Quaison put in order. 33 minutes into the match polka dot he the ball past the keeper at the front post.
And seven minutes later hammered Viktor Claesson decisively the ball in the box, when he got it on the edge of the field and doubled the swedes ' lead.
Romania-pressed from the second half start, and in the 58. minute succeeded to the guests to find the cracks. Claudiu Keserü finished a nice attack by forehead the ball into the goal.
Had the former FC Copenhagen goalkeeper Robin Olsen has not stood in the way of a great Romanian chance at last, the visitors could have scored it one point with home.
But Olsen was in place, and Sweden came as planned from the start in the pot.
in Addition to Sweden and Romania, Spain, Norway, the Faroe islands and Malta placed in group F.
The latter two met at the same time in Malta, where middelhavsnationen brought himself in front 1-0 against Lars Olsen's faroe crew on goal by Kyrian Nwoko.
Malta were reduced to ten men, but the Faroe islands Brandur Hendriksson burned a penalty kick midway through the second half.
The faroese disappointment was a reality, because Malta's Steve Borg scored the 2-0 from the penalty spot. The faroe islands reduced to 1-2 to finish, but it gave no points.