The party continues – Solberg is celebrated after a great victory

.Glenn Solberg has enjoyed great success with Sweden since he took over the team in 2020, with many predicting the Swedes as gold medal favorites in the World Cup. On Wednesday, Solberg’s team continued their impressive run with a commanding 37-28 victory over Hungary in Gothenburg. The reigning European Champions showed no signs of weakness against their main round opponents, with Barcelona left winger Hampus Wanne leading the way with nine goals. The match was hailed by commentators as one of the best international matches Sweden has played under Solberg’s leadership. Sweden have yet to face any real opposition in the tournament, having beaten Brazil, Cape Verde and Uruguay in the group stage. Now with one more win needed to reach the quarter-finals, Sweden will face Iceland on Friday and Portugal on Sunday. Last winter, Sweden earned their first gold medal since 2002 with a thrilling 27-26 win over Spain in the European Championship. This year’s World Cup is being held in both Sweden and Poland, with the final taking place at Tele2 Arena in Stockholm.

Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg was celebrated with a huge victory party on Saturday, after her Conservative Party won a landslide victory in the parliamentary election.

The party, which was held at the Norwegian Royal Palace in Oslo, was attended by thousands of supporters and well-wishers, who cheered and waved flags as the Prime Minister arrived.

Solberg, who has been in office since 2013, won the election with the biggest margin of victory since the end of World War II. Her Conservative Party won nearly 45% of the vote, while the Labour Party, which had been in power for the past eight years, won just under 27%.

The victory was a huge boost for Solberg and her party, which had been trailing in the polls for much of the campaign. But in the end, the party’s strong economic record and focus on jobs and growth resonated with voters, and it was rewarded with a decisive win.

At the victory party, Solberg thanked her supporters and promised to continue to work hard for the people of Norway. “We will continue to build a better Norway,” she said. “We will continue to work for jobs, growth and prosperity. We will continue to invest in education and healthcare. We will continue to fight for a more equal society.”

The party was a joyous affair, with supporters singing and dancing in the streets. It was a fitting end to a remarkable campaign, and a reminder that Solberg and her party are determined to build a better future for Norway.