Sweden has impressed from start to finish in this year's floorball WC.

But it was dramatic in the end and an extra decision was required in the final against Finland.

Emelie Wibron was responsible for this when she put the match decisive 4-3.

- It's so damn wonderful.

We fight and toil the whole match and it is incredibly even.

It's so wonderful that we win in the end, she says.

Wibron won his first World Cup gold as a 17-year-old in 2009. Twelve years later, Wibron, which is the one with the most international matches for Sweden, is in Uppsala and celebrating its sixth.

- It's so cool.

It is an honor to be able to play at home and then to win and be part of the decision, it is absolutely incredible, she says.

Of all the gold editions she has played in, this year may be the strongest, she says.

- We have even surprised ourselves.

It is an incredibly strong edition so it is very possible that it is the best team.

CLIP: Here Emelie Wibron decides the World Cup final

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Sweden wins eighth straight World Cup gold.

Photo: Bildbyrån