Unfortunately, it was at a different location of the Swedish assemble-it-yourself furniture retailer that England fans got completely out of hand at while celebrating the 2-0 win that saw England book passage to its first World Cup semifinal since 1990.
Alli added the second goal by meeting a far-post cross from Jesse Lingard with a powerful header in the 59th, becoming - at 22 - the second-youngest scorer for England at a World Cup.
Harry Maguire and Dele Alli headed past Sweden goalkeeper Robin Olsen in each half and Jordan Pickford made several crucial saves as England produced a convincing performance in Samara just four days after being forced to play 120 gruelling minutes and participate in a tense penalty shootout against Colombia.
Speaking after the game, captain Harry Kane said: "I thought we were fantastic today, Sweden made it very hard".
The last time Sweden reached the semi-finals was in United States of America 1994 where they finished third while England last made it into semi-finals in Italy 1990.
Sir Geoff Hurst, who won the World Cup with England in 1966, tweeted: "Magnificent win, magnificent display, magnificent team, and some terrific individual performances, Trippier, Pickford, Maguire, Sterling, absolutely delighted".
Should he stick to his promise, Ibrahimovic could be in the stands for England's first friendly after the World Cup's completion scheduled to be against Switzerland at Wembley on September 11.
"They were better than we were and I have the greatest respect and congratulations to England".
Sterling's movement was very good, though, causing Sweden's slow defense problems throughout.
Virtually from kickoff, Sweden sent long passes forward to tall striker Ola Toivonen and looked for a flick-on.
"We know. We still know there's a big game ahead, we looked composed, like we controlled the game, we just have to go again". None of us fancied going home. "We've got to this point because the collective has been so strong and we played an opponent whose identity is clear and whose togetherness has at times been too much to handle for us over the years". The victor battles France or Belgium in the 2018 World Cup final on July 15 in Moscow.