"I barely slept last night. My daughter was born, my wife is fine. I hope tomorrow we'll reach the ultimate result that we are waiting for... A daughter is the most wonderful thing a person can get. And the World Cup is a footballer's dream. I'm waiting for tomorrow's match to deliver a much better performance here," the captain said.

Sweden will take on England in the World Cup quarter-finals in Samara on Saturday. The 2018 FIFA World Cup kicked off on June 14 and will continue until July 15.