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Worse still, it undid a stunning volley from Olivier Giroud earlier in the match.

A blunder from France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris saw Sweden snatch a dramatic stoppage-time victor to open up the battle at the top of World Cup European qualifying Group A.

Unfortunately for the Swedes, Dimitri Payet's initial cross wasn't dealt with in an orderly fashion, allowing the ball to drop at the feet of Giroud, who buried his attempt majestically.

Belgium stayed top of Group H with a 2-0 win at Estonia from goals by Dries Mertens and Nacer Chadli, moving to 16 points from six games.

"Of course we are capable of winning in France, the players will be ready, I have a good feeling", he said.

Normally regarded as one of the finest goalkeepers in Europe, the Spurs man got it badly wrong here to cost France what should have been a draw in absolutely freaky fashion.

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Incredibly, France still lost this game after goalkeeper Hugo Lloris did the unthinkable.

Paul Pogba went close to handing France the lead 10 minutes into the second half, but his strike from the edge of the area sailed narrowly wide of the upright. They've won four of their last five matches, and only France themselves have beaten them in qualifying so far. "It's a shame for him and the whole team". In the last 5 Sweden vs France Head-to-Head matches, France won 3 times, Sweden once and 1 ends in a draw.

In a competitive group, Netherlands are now only three points off top spot courtesy of their win against Luxembourg.

Didier Deschamps sent Les Blues out in a 4-2-3-1 formation, with Arsenal man Giroud leading the line after scoring a hat-trick in France's global friendly against Paraguay earlier in the week.

With the seconds ticking away in stoppage time, the Tottenham goalkeeper collected a back pass, dribbled out of his box and fired what appeared to be a pass or clearance up the field.

Veterans Arjen Robben (21) and Wesley Sneijder (34) laid the groundwork for a Dutch victory in coach Dick Advocaat's first game in charge. France have the same number of points but Sweden's superior goal difference gives them the edge.


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