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Sweden crushed Angola – ready for the medium tour

Sweden is clearly for the medium tour and the games on a place in a world CUP semifinal. The victory over Angola with a 37-19 (19-14) was important, but it is the matches against Qatar on Wednesday and Hungary on Thursday that probably determines whether Sweden will get some points for the medium tour in Herning on Jutland.

As it looks now it is Hungary and Qatar follow, with Sweden from group D to the Jutland peninsula. The only points you to the middle tour is the one taken against the other teams going on.

demonstrates, once again, the width in the Swedish world CUP team. Twelve different scorers and so was vänstersexan Hampus Wanne, who has been ill at home in Sweden, back and scored two quick goals when he came in in the middle of the first half.

In the victory against Argentina was the goalkeeper of Others Palicka, who stood for several spectacular saves. Now, it took twenty minutes before the goalkeeper, Mikael Appelgren came into the match, but when he did so, he turned to sharply.

In the second halvlekens the beginning, he released just a single goal – a penalty – in the first ten minutes.

" It was a little bit of two different halves for me today. The first half is I'm not really happy with, the second half of the game I found my game and then it felt very nice, " says Mikael Appelgren to TV3.

the Swedish game was a bit up and down.

all In all, it is great defense and we found back to our aggressiveness and forward, we found solutions for all the problems they created for us.

head Coach Kristján Andrésson chose once again to aerate the bench. Kim Ekdahl du Rietz only played the first ten minutes. Lukas Nilsson just in the first half. In the second half took Linus Arnesson over the baton after Jim Gottfridsson and Mattias Zachrisson came in on the right and had a playhouse.

– We have a broad squad and must allocate the time to get far in this championship, says the game engine Jim Gottfridsson.

Sweden had largely playhouse, and went from 19-14 to 28-16 on a quarter of an hour. Mikael Appelgren released just five goals a the second half, while Sweden forward scored 18 goals.

Now waiting for a day of rest for Sweden before it is time for the crucial matches Wednesday and Thursday.

– Now it is up to all of can continue to perform, " says Mikael Appelgren.

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