Former Arsenal loanee Kim Kallstrom impressed for Sweden in an international friendly loss to France.
The midfielder played the first 45 minutes against Les Bleus, but put in a composed showing against highly touted Juventus star Paul Pogba.
Kallstrom signed for Arsenal on January deadline day on loan last year, only for news to break a day later that he had a fracture in his back.
He played only a minor role after signing, the highlight being netting a penalty in the FA Cup semi-final win over Wigan Athletic at Wembley.
Against France, Kallstrom made a staggering six tackles in just 45 minutes, while Paul Pogba made just for the opposition in 90.
He was highly efficient in his passing, recording a 92 per cent completion rate, again bettering Pogba's 79.5 per cent.
France won the game 1-0 through a goal from Raphael Varane set up by Antoine Griezmann, as the side bounced back from an uninspiring draw with Albania days earlier. Karim Benzema missed a late penalty.
Kallstrom is back at Spartak Moscow, and has remained healthy through the season, with the 32-year-old making 13 appearances, scoring twice and providing two assists.
It's a shame his spell at Arsenal was so under-whelming and seen as a panic buy by Arsene Wenger, with fans demanding a striker only to land up with a loan defensive midfielder, who turned out to be injured.
It seems farcical even looking back on it now, but the fact remain, Kallstrom is a very good player, he just didn't really get the chance to show it enough at the Gunners.