For manager Janne Andersson, La Roja is a very difficult squad, but they are not invincible as both teams are set to play tomorrow night.
Spain is set to host Sweden in the UEFA EURO 2020 Qualifiers tomorrow night.
And for Swedish manager Janne Andersson, the team can still do some damage against the Spaniards.
“I imagine that [Spain] will want to control the tempo, but I’m sure that Spain respects us,” he said to Marca.
“With recent memories of a successful World Cup to boost confidence, Sweden will be going into the game with nothing to lose.”
He explained: “our benchmark was set during the game against Germany at the World Cup.”
“We lost in the end, in the last minute, but it was a complete performance by us in every aspect.”
“It doesn’t matter what happened in the past or what may have happened,” he said.
“Spain is, has been and will continue to be a mighty footballing nation.”
Sweden is playing in Group F of the qualifiers, together with Spain, Romania, Malta, Norway, and the Faroe Islands.
The Swedish squad is currently in the second position with seven points, thanks to two wins and one draw.