Alexander KACANIKLIC

Alexander KACANIKLIC - Sweden - 2014 World Cup Qualifying matches for Sweden.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 07 June 2013

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    • POSITION
      Midfielder
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Tuesday, 13 August 1991
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Helsingborg, Sweden
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • Sweden
  • CLUBS
  • Fulham FC
    • Club Career Dates
      2010-
    • League Debut
      Saturday 31st March 2012 as a sub in a 2-1 win at home to Norwich City.
    • Club Career
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Alexander KACANIKLIC - Sweden - 2014 World Cup Qualifying matches for Sweden.

The photograph of Alexander KACANIKLIC was taken in Vienna during Sweden's game with Austria in their qualifying matches for

the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

 

GERMANY 4:4 SWEDEN. (KLOSE  8m & 15m, MERTESACKER 39m, OEZIL 55m, IBRAHIMOVIC 62m, LUSTIG 64m, ELMANDER 76m, ELM 90'+3m !)
Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany. 16/10/12.

Sweden:

[1] Andreas ISAKSSON,  [2] Mikael LUSTIG,  [3] Jonas OLSSON,  [4] Andreas GRANQVIST,  [6] Rasmus ELM,

[7] Sebastian LARSSON (Tobias SANA 78 min),  [10] Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIC (C),  [11] Johan ELMANDER, 

[16] Pontus WERNBLOOM (9. Kim KALLSTROM 46 min),  [17] Behrang SAFARI,  [18] Samuel HOLMEN (19. Alexander KACANIKLIC  46 min).

 

SWEDEN 0:0 REPUBLIC OF IRELAND.   Friends Stadium, Solna, Sweden. 22/03/13

Sweden:

[1] Andreas ISAKSSON,  [2] Mikael LUSTIG (15. Mikael ANTONSSON 46 min),  [3] Jonas OLSSON,  [4] Andreas GRANQVIST,  [5] Behrang SAFARI,

[6] Rasmus ELM,  [7] Sebastian LARSSON (21.  Jimmy DURMAZ 88 min),  [10] Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIC (C),  [9] Kim KALLSTROM

[11] Tobias HYSEN (20.Ola TOIVONEN  73min)  [19]  Alexander KACANIKLIC.

 

AUSTRIA 2:1 SWEDEN. (Alaba 26 m pen, Janko 32m, Elmander 82m) Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna, Austria. 07/06/13.

Sweden:

[1] Andreas ISAKSSON,  [2] Mikael LUSTIG,   [3] Jonas OLSSON,  [4] Andreas GRANQVIST,

[6] Rasmus ELM (Anders SVENSSON 60 min),  [7] Sebastian LARSSON,  [9] Kim KALLSTROM (20. Ola TOIVONEN 70 min),

[10] Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIC (C),  [11] Johan ELMANDER (21. Jimmy DURMAZ 84 min),  [17] Oscar WENDT,   [19]  Alexander KACANIKLIC.

 

SWEDEN 2:0 FAROE ISLANDS. (IBRAHIMOVIC 35m & 82m pen), Friends Arena, Solna, Sewedn. 11/06/13.

Sweden:

[1] Par HANSSON,   [2] Mikael LUSTIG,  [4] Andreas GRANQVIST,  [5] Pierre BENGTSSON,

[7] Sebastian LARSSON (21. Jimmy DURMAZ 63 min),  [9] Kim KALLSTROM (8. Anders SVENSSON 56 min), [10] Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIC (C),

[13] Per NILSSON,  [18] Albin EKDAL,  [19]  Alexander KACANIKLIC,  [20] Ola TOIVONEN (3. Jonas OLSSON 82 min).

 

REP of IRELAND 1:2 SWEDEN. (KEANE  22m,  ELMANDER 33m, SVENSSON 57m). Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland. 06/09/13.

Sweden:

[1] Andreas ISAKSSON,  [2] Mikael LUSTIG (18. Adam JOHANSSON 64 min),   [4] Per NILSSON  [5] Martin OLSSON,

[6] Abin EKDAL,   [7] Sebastian LARSSON,  [8]. Anders SVENSSON (16. Pontus WERNBLOOM  68 min),  [10] Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIC (C),

[11] Johan ELMANDER (9. Kim KALSLSTROM  90 + 3 min),  [13] Mikael ANTONSSON,  [19]  Alexander KACANIKLIC.

 

KAZAKHSTAN  0:1 SWEDEN. (IBRAHIMOVIC 1m). Astana Arena, Astana, Kazakhstan. 10/09/13.
Sweden:

[1] Andreas ISAKSSON,  [4] Per NILSSON  [5] Martin OLSSON, [6] Abin EKDAL

[7] Sebastian LARSSON (21.  Jimmy DURMAZ 70 min),  [8]. Anders SVENSSON (9. Kim KALSLSTROM  87 min),

[10] Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIC (C),  [11] Johan ELMANDER (14. Tobias HYSEN 81 min)  [13] Mikael ANTONSSON,

[18] Adam JOHANSSON,   [19]  Alexander KACANIKLIC.

 

SWEDEN 2:1 AUSTRIA. (HARNIK 29m, OLSSON 56m, IBRAHIMOVIC  86m). Friends Arena, Soina. 11th.October 2013.

Sweden:

[1] Andreas ISAKSSON,  [2] Mikael LUSTIG (21. Jimmy DURMAZ 65m),  [4] Per NILSSON  [5] Martin OLSSON,

[6] Rasmus ELM (9. Kim KALLSTROM 73m),  [7] Sebastian LARSSON,  [8]. Anders SVENSSON (16.Pontus WERNBLOOM  81 min),

[10] Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIC (C),  [11] Johan ELMANDER  [13] Mikael ANTONSSON, [19]  Alexander KACANIKLIC.

 

SWEDEN 3:5 GERMANY. ( HYSEN 6m 69m, KACANIKLIC 42m, OEZIL 45m, GOETZE 52m, SCHUERRLE 57m, 66m, 76m)

Friends Arena, Soina. 15th.October 2013.

Sweden:

[12] Johan WILAND (GK),  [3] Mikael ANTONSSON (21. Jimmy DURMAZ 73m),  [4] Per NILSSON  [5] Martin OLSSON,

[6] Rasmus ELM (8. Anders SVENSSON  57 min),  [7] Sebastian LARSSON (C),  [9]. Kim KALLSTROM,  [14] Tobias HYSEN,

[17] Pierre BENGTSSON,  [19]  Alexander KACANIKLIC (21. Jimmy DURMAZ 73 min),   [20] Ola TOIVONEN (16. Pontus WERNBLOOM  79 min),




Team Played Won Drew Lost GF GA Points
 Germany  10  9  1  0  36 10
28
 Sweden
 10  6  2  2  19 14 20
 Austria
 10  5  2  3  20 10 17
 Republic of Ireland
 10  4  2  4  16  17 14
 Kazakhstan 
 10  1  2  7   6  21   5
 Faroe Islands  10  0  1  9   4  29   1

 

Play-off matches against Portugal.  Portugal won 4-2 on  aggregate.

 

15th. November 2013.   Estadio da Luz, Lisbon.  61,467.


 

PORTUGAL. (1)

 


Pedro Rui Patricio
Bruno Alves
Kleper Pepe
Miguel Veloso
Alexandre Fabio Coentrao
Raul Meireles
Felipe Joao Moutinho

Luis Nani

Joao Pereira

Cristiano Ronaldo       Goal 82m.

 

Josue (s 77 min)

Hugo Miguel Almeida (s 66 min)

 

SWEDEN. (0)

 


Andreas Isaksson
Mikael Lustig
Per Nilsson
Mikael Antonsson
Martin Olsson
Sebastian Larsson
Rasmus Elm
Kim Kallstrom
Alex Kacaniklic
Johan Elmander

Zlatan Ibrahimovic.   

 

Anders Svensson (s 77 min)
Alexander Gerndt (s 83 min)
Pontus Wernbloom (s 72 min)

19th. November 2013.   Friends Stadium, Soina, Sweden.  49,766

SWEDEN. (2)

 


Andreas Isaksson
Mikael Lustig
Per Nilsson
Mikael Antonsson
Martin Olsson
Sebastian Larsson
Rasmus Elm
Kim Kallstrom
Alex Kacaniklic
Johan Elmander

Zlatan Ibrahimovic.     Goals 68m & 72m

 

Anders Svensson (s 46 min)
Alexander Gerndt (s 90 min)
Jimmy Durmaz (s 82 min)

 

PORTUGAL. (3)

 


Pedro Rui Patricio
Pedro Joao Pereira
Kleper Pepe
Eduardo Bruno Alves
Alexandre Fabio Coentrao
Raul Meireles
Miguel Veloso
Felipe Joao Moutinho
Luis Nani
Hugo Miguel Almeida

Cristiano Ronaldo       Goals. 50m, 77m, 79m.

 

Silva William Carvalho (s 73 min)
Miguel Ricardo Costa (s 81 min)
Vitorino Antunes (s 52 min)