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  • Norway made a small sensation with a 3:2 nP victory over Canada at the World Cup in Riga.
  • Thanks to 4: 3 after the penalty shootout in the relegation match with Hungary, Austria remains in category A.
  • In Group A, Sweden’s 4-1 win over Denmark kept her dreams of winning the group alive.

Group B

Norway – Canada 3: 2 nP – Norway was 12 seconds short and the Scandinavians would have beaten Canada in normal time. But Lawson Crouse forced 2: 2 into extra time in the extreme. In the penalty shootout, the Norwegians then showed themselves to be very strong: 4 of the 5 shooters converted their attempt. By the 22nd minute, Norway were up 2-0 thanks to goals from Andreas Martinsen and Legion la Chaux-de-Von Sondre-Olden. The Canadians scored again thanks to Milan Lucic. Despite the surprising success, Norway no longer had a chance to reach the quarterfinals in the “Swiss group”.

Kazakhstan – Slovenia 4: 3 – Slovenia, already relegated before the match against Kazakhstan, will start their way to Group B without a single point. In the last group match against Kazakhstan, the Slovenes took the lead three times. Kazakhstan managed to turn the tide thanks to two late defeats from Evgeny Remario (52nd) and Maksim Mukhametov (57th).

Group A

Austria – Hungary 4: 3 nP – Austria, with Swiss coach Roger Bader and his prominent assistant Arnaud Del Corto, stayed in the first division for another year. The Austrians saved themselves in a straight duel for touchdown with a resounding victory in a penalty shootout. Manuel Janal and Dominik Heinrich succeeded in penalties, while goalkeeper Bernhard Starkbaum saved all the attempts of the Hungarians. In regulation time, Hungary led 3-1 in the 24th minute. Stephen Strong (27) and Lukas Hadum (38) forced extra time.

Denmark – Sweden 1: 4 – With a narrow win over Denmark, Sweden preserved their chances of finishing Group A in first place. On Tuesday, there will be a major battle against the still undefeated United States, which has the most points. Tre Kronor fell behind early against Denmark, but Zuger Dennis Everberg (14′) and Andre Petersson got the majority (33′) and Lukas Raymond and Carl Grundström hit a late double (53’/55). Still for the role. Denmark will be a potential opponent for Switzerland in the quarter-finals of the World Cup. The Scandinavians, one point behind Germany, are in fifth place.

SRF Zwei, WM Magazine, May 21, 2023, 10:15 pm;

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