Rather than adding glamour to the first leg, Ronaldo ground out the strike that his team needed, and the Real Madrid forward will make no allowances for that. He may not endear himself to any of his critics by being so direct and forceful, but even if he doesn't truly shine in the decider he can still fire Portugal into the World Cup. Mike Hewitt/Getty ImagesJoao MoutinhoWhile Ronaldo may have scored the winner in Lisbon, Moutinho was the man of the match in the way that he controlled the midfield and guarded Portugal's back line. He almost got lucky, too, with a shot after rounding Andreas Isaksson in Sweden's goal, but could only hit the side netting. He will be key again in Stockholm as the hosts attempt to overturn the aggregate deficit with an attacking performance at home. Mike Hewitt/Getty ImagesZlatan IbrahimovicMike Hewitt/Getty ImagesSweden's main man was all too quiet in the first leg, with a number of important defensive headers in his own team's box being his greatest contributions to the tie so far.