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Sweden is through to the quarterfinals of the Handball World Championship and secured the place in front of 10,561 people in Scandinavium. This means that the record from Tuesday, 8,538 people, only stood for four days.
–Marvellously. They deliver up to the mood we want, says Emma Lindqvist to SVT Sport and then adds:
"The crowd also put pressure on the referees and were able to help us when we had a bit of adversity. They really become our extra player.
Lindqvist stepped forward
Lindqvist took a lot of responsibility during the game and poured it forward. The 26-year-old scored seven goals and was Sweden's top scorer along with Jamina Roberts.
On Monday, the main round ends when Sweden meets Montenegro. After that, the quarter-finals await in Herning, Denmark.
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