Prodigy Isak makes history
Teenage striker Alexander Isak -- dubbed the next Zlatan Ibrahimovic -- on Thursday became the youngest international goalscorer in Sweden's history at 17 years and 113 days.
Days after making his international debut, Isak netted in the 19th minute of a 6-0 thrashing of Slovakia in a friendly in Abu Dhabi to underline the rich potential that has attracted interest from Europe's biggest clubs.
Isak, who plays in Sweden with AIK, beats the Swedish mark set by Erik Dahlstrom more than a century ago -- he scored aged 18 and one day against Finland in 1912.
Teenager Isak on Sunday became the youngest Swedish international in more than 100 years when he came on as a substitute in a 2-1 friendly defeat to Ivory Coast.