Watch Jamina Roberts turn the game around against Hungary in the player above.

When Sweden was in trouble against Hungary (trailing 10-11 at the beginning of the second half), experienced star Jamina Roberts stepped up.

The 33-year-old scored three straight goals, played until the next and suddenly Sweden led by two goals.

"Roberts is incredibly hot. She has single-handedly turned the match around, says SVT Sport's expert Mikaela Mässing about Robert's show.

New attendance record

After the turnaround, Sweden took control of the game. In the end, they won 26–22 in Scandinavium. The attendance was 10,561 – which is a new record for Swedish women's handball.

The win means that the Swedes are ready for the World Cup quarter-finals. The resistance is not yet clear.

Sweden has now won five straight matches in the tournament.