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Zlatan Ibrahimovic loses England-Sweden bet to David Beckham

Steve McManaman and the FC crew agree Sweden did not ask many questions of England in the quarterfinals.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is headed to Wembley to watch England play in the near future and will be sporting a Three Lions shirt while downing fish and chips after losing a bet to former teammate David Beckham.

Ibrahimovic and Beckham -- teammates at four clubs during their playing days -- made a wager on the World Cup quarterfinal between England and Sweden on Saturday. England won 2-0, and now Ibrahimovic will have to live up to his end of the bargain.

Ibrahimovic's side of the bet would have had Beckham taking the LA Galaxy striker on a shopping spree at IKEA, and as the match played out, the England legend begged his national team on Instagram to "Please win, I do not want to take this man to @ikeasverige and buy him whatever he wants" -- tagging Ibra in the photo and including a picture of the two during their playing days at Paris Saint-Germain.

But as England wrapped up the victory and booked a first World Cup semifinal spot for the birthplace of football since 1990, Beckham posted a shot of Ibrahimovic in a vintage England kit and wrote: "Looks like someone's coming to Wembley again."

Ibrahimovic -- using an uncharacteristic economy of words -- wrote back: "I'm coming. Congrats."

It will be worth keeping a lookout for the next England fixture at Wembley Stadium because there may well be two very high-profile footballers on hand with sleeves on their England jerseys rolled up as they power down one of the country's finest delicacies.

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