Sweden produced the second upset of the day after defeating Denmark 4-1 in their Under-21 European Championship semi-final clash on Saturday night.
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John Guidetti ensured that the Swedes struck first as he slotted home from the penalty spot after Alexander Scholz had bundled over Isaac Kiese Thelin in the area.
The referee was given no option as the replays clearly showed that there was contact, and the former Manchester City star made no mistake as he cooly opened the scoring.
That lead was doubled shortly after with Simon Tibbling taking advantage of a slip from his marker which gave him time and space to drill home a second goal.
It was a real blow for Denmark who had been widely tipped to advance to the Final, and their Scandinavian rivals were undoubtedly revelling in their early success.
However, Uffe Bech ensured that there would be a few nervous minutes for Sweden as he made the most of some dire defending to dink home a well-taken goal.
While it looked as though the favourites would then kick on and make it an interesting end, substitute Robin Quaison dismissed any doubt that it wouldn’t be Sweden’s night by scoring a third.
It didn’t end there either as Sam Larsson scored with his first touch of the game and it also turned out to be the final kick of the game as Sweden stunned their rivals to set up a Final against Portugal on Tuesday.