It took just over a minute before Tre Kronor opened the scoring in the World Cup quarter-final against Canada.

Carl Klingberg sent in 1-0 after 1.27.

Six minutes later, the Swedish NHL star William Nylander scored an elegant free kick, 2-0.

His third bag in the tournament - and SVT Sports expert Jonas Andersson is impressed.

- If there was anyone who doubted what Nylander adds to this squad, then that person should re-evaluate it immediately.

He has raised Tre Kronor to a gold candidate and added the tip that was previously missing.

He is in a class of his own.

World class, he says.

Sweden impresses

Tre Kronor leads 2-0 after the first period.

- Sweden stands for its best period so far in the tournament.

At the same time, I had thought that Canada would rise a couple of notches from the group stage, says Andersson.

Carl Klingberg, who thus opened the scoring, calls for continued Swedish focus.

- Canada is dangerous.

They are moving forward, so we must be sharpened, he says in Viaplay.

The match is in progress.

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