Sweden was at times badly out against Finland, at least initially - but after Stina Andersson's 2-1 goal in the middle of the second period, there was never any talk of the matter.

Sweden completely dominated, sent in one goal after the other and was finally able to win with a clear 6-1.

- There is not much to complain about today, we play a really good match.

I am very happy with the team's performance, we do it together today.

Now we enter a quarter-final knowing that we are a very good team and we can win when we do all the right things out there on the court, says Mira Jungåker.

Now awaits Slovakia, who finished second in the unseeded group, in the quarter-finals.

- It will be incredibly fun to play in the quarter-finals.

I'm really excited to play that match and I hope we can leave it with a win, says Jungåker.

Sweden's national team captain Andreas Karlsson:

- We have met Slovakia once and they have skilled players who stand out and can play on counterattacks and such, so it is important that we do the job over 60 minutes and stick together like we did today.

We will do everything to win.

SVT's expert Maria Rooth was impressed by the Swedish effort and believes that this win may be more important than you think.

- It's great for the Swedish players and the management staff to get a win like this, not 3-2, but a statement, 6-1.

It is super important because American and Canadian players stand here and see that it will be 6-1 and feel that Sweden is good and they should take advantage of that, says Rooth.