Could Zlatan come out of retirement for 2018 World Cup?

Could Zlatan come out of retirement for 2018 World Cup?

Could Zlatan come out of retirement for 2018 World Cup?

Losing the first leg 1-0 in Stockholm last week, many would've backed Italy to overcome Sweden in a packed San Siro Stadium in Milan on Monday night.

Meanwhile, for Sweden, the Euro nation reaches the World Cup for the first time since 2006, after previously missing out on two successive editions of the competition (2010 & 2014).

Andrea Belotti, Ciro Immobile and Leonardo Bonucci of Italy dejected at the end of the Federation Internationale de Football Association 2018 World Cup Qualifier Play-Off, 2017.

"Look at some of the older players who felt that this was the last chance to make it to a World Cup - and now we did it".

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The defeat heralds the end of the global career of goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, the most capped player in Italian history with 175 appearances for his country.

"Guys, we didn't lose the World Cup today [Monday]".

"I was lucky to play my entire career with him, at Juventus and the national side", said Chiellini.

"It's a very heavy result to bear, because I was absolutely convinced that we had this ferocious desire to overcome the obstacle". "We couldn't do it in any other way, they are so skilful".

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In addition to winning eight Serie A titles with Juventus, Buffon was key to Italy's World Cup triumph in Germany when he conceded just twice in seven games - a record he shares with Spain's Iker Casillas and France's Fabien Barthez.

Giampiero Ventura, the Italy head coach, resigned after the final whistle but only after his decisions provoked a protest from one of the Azzurri's most-experienced worldwide players.

Ventura had made changes from Friday's defeat with Brazil-born Jorginho making his Italy debut and Alessandro Florenzi and Manolo Gabbiadini also handed starts, although Napoli's in-form winger Lorenzo Insigne was again left on the bench.

"I just said we were near the end and had to win, so send the strikers to warm up", said De Rossi.

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"It is an intolerable football shame, an indelible stain", the newspaper said.

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