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Germany’s first victory | southeastern Switzerland

After three one-goal defeats against Sweden (0: 1), Finland (3: 4) and the United States (2: 3), the Germans defeated Denmark 6: 4.

The last five minutes were tough. 20 seconds after Christian Weige equalized for the Danes to score 3: 3 (16th place), Jonas Müller put the Germans back into the lead. 64 seconds before the end, after Marcel Nobles scored 5: 3 into an empty net, it seemed that the decision had been made. However, the Danes, led by Heinz Eilers (next season with Visp), well-known in Switzerland, narrowed the gap to 4: 5 32 seconds after Wejse’s second goal in the match. Seven seconds later, Nico Storm made it all clear with a 6:4 lead.

In the middle third, the Germans turned 0: 1 (sixth) into 2: 1 (32nd) in 116 seconds thanks to a double hit. The goals were scored by GG Petrka and Aleksandar Ill. Moritz Müller made it 3-1 in the 38th minute. And while the Germans preserved their chances of reaching the quarter-finals with this victory, the Danes lost for the first time in this tournament.

In Thursday’s second match in Group A, Sweden, still undefeated, defeated newly promoted Hungary 7:1. Jakob de la Rose, who works for Friborg-Gotteron, excelled as a double scorer, shooting 1-0 after 93 seconds from Bern striker Oscar Lindbergh. Defender Henrik Tommernes, who became a Swiss hero with Geneva Servette, recorded four assists.

Kobalek offered to win the Czech Republic

In Swiss Group Two, the Czech Republic struggled for a long time against newly promoted Slovenia. The favorite went down 0:2 in the first twelve minutes, after 40 minutes it was 1:2. In the final third, the Czechs switched pace and finally won with a score of 6:2.

Former Ambri striker Dominik Kubalek scored three goals and had an assist. He has now accumulated ten leading scorers (six hits) in this World Cup, making him No. 1 in this statistic. Czech captain Roman Cervenka, who plays for the Rapperswil-Jona Lakers, scored one goal and assisted one.