Did well to tip a header from Alves wide in the first half before being beaten by three superb Ronaldo strikes after the break.
Like Antonsson, he impressed in the first half, but could do nothing about the Seleccao's Ronaldo-inspired onslaught after the interval. His lack of pace was clear for all three of Ronaldo's goals.
Clashed with Coentrao on a couple of occasions and was fortunate to avoid a booking. Failed to help out defensively as Ronaldo terrorised Sweden's centre-backs in the second half.
The Norwich City full-back pushed forward well initially, but was pinned back as Portugal found their footing in the game.
Was blown away by Ronaldo's blistering second-half performance after looking fairly composed in the opening 45 minutes.
Improved as the game worn on after a couple of very poor corners at the start of the game. Linked well with Elmander and Ibrahimovic during the brief period that Sweden threatened a comeback.
Flashed a shot at goal just before half-time that forced Patricio into action and also provided the assist for Ibrahimovic's headed goal. Overrun in midfield as his side tired.
Produced some weak deliveries from the left in a game that offered few opportunities for his side. Subbed off late on.
Hauled off at the break after an ineffective first half.
So often he is Sweden's stand-out player and that was again the case this evening. Nodded past Patricio to make 2-1 before rifling a brilliant free kick home to make it 2-2.
Struggled against the strength of Alves and Pepe and wasted a good chance on the turn late on to get his name on the scoresheet.
Made a strong stop from Larsson early in the second half before being beaten twice by the impressive Ibrahimovic.
Performed well for the Seleccao against the dual aerial threat of Elmander and Ibrahimovic, before being held off far too easily by the latter when he scored Sweden's first.
Solid alongside Alves at centre-back for Bento's team, but for a brief shaky period in the second half when Sweden struck twice.
Bombed forward to good effect down the right for the visitors and put in some dangerous deliveries.
Withdrawn in the second half with a muscle complaint after an all-action display on the left.
The former Chelsea midfielder completed a physical midfield trio alongside Moutinho and Veloso, and he made his presence felt with some crunching tackles.
Was guilty of giving away the free kick that Zlatan scored Sweden's second from, but apart from that put in a disciplined display in front of Portugal's defence.
Colossal in the centre of midfield for the away side. The Monaco man produced a near-perfect performance and provided the sublime assist for Ronaldo's goal.
Distinctly in Ronaldo's shadow as the Real Madrid man struck three times to blow Sweden away. Picked up a yellow card for a petulant foul in the second half.
A phenomenal performance from the Seleccao captain, which included a fantastic hat-trick, sealed their spot in next summer's World Cup and made him Portugal's joint all-time top goalscorer.
Held the ball up very well for his team, particularly when he flicked the ball through to Ronaldo for him to score their side's second goal in the 77th minute. Headed just wide in the first half.