The men's SM final in handball continues to offer really great entertainment.

The first two matches developed into real thrillers and the third was no exception.

At the beginning of the second half, Skövde looked to make a wine pressure in connection with Ystad's Kim Andersson being forced to step out of the match with a hip injury.

During the six minutes he was missing, the home team went up in a 21-16 lead and here and there it looked run out for the guests.

But Andersson came back - and so did Ystad.

Barely ten minutes later, they had caught up with Skövde's lead, much thanks to an incredibly impressive goalkeeping play by Niklas Kraft, and then it was Ystad for almost all the money.

Kraft continued with his big game at the same time as Kim Andersson and his attacking comrades began to find their way in the offensive.

With three minutes left to play, they had snatched a four-goal lead and then Skövde could not stand up despite a massive support from the home crowd.

The victory numbers were written to 31-27.