Roy Hodgson recalls how he felt when Ibrahimovic scored against England
admitted he wasn't happy when he saw Zlatan Ibrahimovic's overhead kick drop into England's goal in their 4-2 defeat to Sweden earlier this month
England were already trailing 3-2 in a match that Hodgson felt England's young stars could win, thanks to a hat-trick from the mercurial Swede .
But then in injury time a piece of genius from the Paris St. Germain forward sealed the victory for the home side as they opened their new Friends Arena in Stockholm.
And Hodgson was philosphocial when he looked back on the game in a conversation live on TalkSPORT
"I wasn't happy," said Hodgson. "At 2-2 I thought we were going to achieve quite a famous victory and a very good performance.
"When it went 3-2 with such a little time to go and with so many young, new players, I suppose we were staring defeat in the face.
"When [Ibrahimovic] did that I thought, 'that just sums it up'."
Hodgson joked: "First of all you've got to be about six foot five to be able to get your foot up into that position, then you've got to be a karate expert.
"I suppose, being philosophical, if you have conceded that goal and have everyone talking for weeks and weeks in the pub about how great it was, better that it occurs in the last minute of a friendly, so you don't lose any points on it."
You can watch all the goals from the game again in the FATV Player below.
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