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Two of world football’s greatest players will lead out Portugal and Sweden on Friday night in what is undoubtedly the most high profile of the final four European playoff matches, and the sad fact is that, while one of Greece or Romania will make the 2014 World Cup finals, one of Zlatan Ibrahimovic or Cristiano Ronaldo won’t.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic head into the first leg of their European qualifying play-off in buoyant mood after scoring hat-tricks for their clubs but only one will in Brazil to pull on their national colours.
Twenty other players will take to the pitch in Lisbon, determined to secure an advantage ahead of Tuesday's decider in Stockholm, but the urge not to talk up a duel of two footballing demi-gods - Ronaldo who scored 63 times in 2013 and Ibrahimovic who bagged 30 to help his side to a first French title in almost 20 years - is irresistible.
PSG striker Ibrahimovic played down the hype when he faced reporters, insisting: "We have to concentrate on playing two good games. It's only the media talking about me and Ronaldo; it's the media who are building up the tension around the game."
He has been more ruthless this World Cup qualifying campaign, scoring six goals to Ronaldo's four, and adding six assists but his team-mates know all about the ex-Manchester United star's threat.
Sweden defender Mikael Lustig admitted he would need some help to deal with the former world player of the year, saying: "Support is the secret in a game like this."
"It's about not giving him too much space, too much time on the ball," fellow defender Andreas Granqvist said. "If we can defend as a team and stay tight I think we can succeed. A key to our defence will be to have the nerve to get tight on him, maybe double up so that he doesn't get much time."
Sweden coach Erik Hamsen insists that, with players in "better teams and bigger leagues," his men are the underdogs but Ibrahmovic believes they are more deserving of a place in the hat when the draw takes place next month.
"We have had tough matches during qualification but this has only stimulated us," he said. "Portugal are probably favourites given their team and their individuals, but we came second in a group featuring Germany and we deserve to go to Brazil more."

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