VADUZ, Oct 13 (Reuters) - Goals by midfielders Fredrik
Ljungberg, Christian Wilhelmsson and Anders Svensson earned
Sweden a 3-0 win over Liechtenstein in their Euro 2008
qualifying match on Saturday.
The victory put Sweden on 22 points at the top of Group F
after nine matches with second-placed Spain trailing by three
points but with the chance to close the gap as they were playing
Denmark and leading 2-0 at half-time.
Skipper Ljungberg, who was later replaced by Kim Kallstrom
because of injury concerns, opened the scoring on 19 minutes
with a calm finish after a neat back-flick pass by striker Marcus
Wilhelmsson made it 2-0 10 minutes later with a fine
dribbling effort, beating two defenders before unleashing a
well-placed low shot.
Eleven minutes into the second half Svensson picked up a
stray Liechtenstein pass and shot home past an unsighted keeper.
Liechtenstein remain bottom of the group with four points
from 10 games.