POR 5-2 SWE: Match Review As The Seleção Maintain Their Impressive Form

 In a thrilling encounter between Portugal and Sweden, the Seleção showcased their dominance, securing a resounding 5-2 victory in an international friendly under the helm of Roberto Martínez.

The match kicked off with Sweden displaying encouraging signs, with Alexander Isak narrowly missing a chance to put his side ahead. However, Portugal quickly found their rhythm, with Rafael Leão posing a constant threat to the Swedish defense. Leão's clinical finish, following a ricochet off the post from Bernardo Silva's effort, opened the scoring for Portugal.

The Seleção's momentum continued to build as Matheus Nunes doubled their lead with a composed finish past Robin Olsen. Nélson Semedo's well-timed run and precise pass set up Bruno Fernandes for Portugal's third goal, capping off an impressive first half for the hosts.

Although Sweden showed resilience, pulling a goal back through Viktor Gyökeres after Emil Holm's clever play, Portugal remained unfazed. Semedo once again proved instrumental, assisting Gonçalo Ramos to restore Portugal's three-goal cushion.

Debutant Jota Silva injected further energy into Portugal's attack, testing Olsen with his first touch, while Sweden's Gustaf Nilsson provided a late consolation goal with an audacious backheel finish.

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