The Swedish pair are close pals from their time together in the national team as well as their short spell as teammates at Celtic.
Lustig has been at the Hoops since 2012 and is firmly a fans’ favourite after helping them to seven-in-a-row as well as three Scottish Cups and three League Cups.
Guidetti, on the other hand, only spent a season on loan at Celtic back in the 2014/15 season before leaving to sign for Celta Vigo on a permanent basis.
So they both now have to settle for being international teammates together – and they certainly look like they’re having fun as Sweden go deep in the competition.
Lustig is suspended for the quarter-final with England tomorrow so you can understand him not being so uptight.
Guidetti could play, but doesn’t look like he’s feeling any pressure. Just watch this:
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