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Round-Up National League - Freiburg continues - Derby win for Embry - Sport

Round-Up National League – Freiburg continues – Derby win for Embry – Sport

Round-Up National League – Freiburg continues non-stop – Derby win for Embry – Sport – SRF

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Freiburg – Geneva – Servet 2-0

The duel between the strong player Freiburg and the ailing Geneva Servet took the expected course. While the Dragons celebrated their 8th win in a row, hungry Servettes can now look back after 9 defeats in their last 10 matches. Mauro Jörg (15) and Christopher de Domenico (34) scored for Freiburg, who replaced Bale as leader of the National League. Goalie Reto Berra celebrated his second close of the season.

Biel – Lausanne 1: 3

The former top sprinter Bale received his fourth defeat of the season against Lausanne – his third in front of his home crowd. Thanks to a goal from Yannick Rathgeb, New Zealand took the lead with less than a second left in the first half. Christophe Bercchi brought the guest back into the game after a beautiful solo performance (40th place), and Guillaume Millard came in in the 46th minute. Six seconds before the end of the match, Andrea Glauser scored an empty net goal to make it 3-1.

Rapperzweil – ZSC Lions 3: 1

Two remaining eliminations within 5 minutes caused a commotion in Rapperswil. Rapperswas Dominic Lammer (5th check/accidental) and Lions striker Chris Baltisberger (12th/header check) had to shower early. After a balanced average third with one goal each, the decision was made in favor of the home team in the 52nd minute. Andrew Rowe kept a chaotic overview in front of ZSC goalkeeper Lukas Flüeler and rushed to make the score 2-1. Nathan Foardo (59) made the decision and the fifth straight win at home with a kick into the empty goal.

Embry – Lugano 2: 1

At the start of the third Ticino derby, there were more celebrities than goals to be admired. Athlete Ajla Del Ponte and swimmer Noè Ponti threw a puck ball, and Nati coach Murat Yakin was seen in the stands. The first blow came in the 48th minute, when Mark Arcopello, to the dismay of 6,750 spectators, met with the leadership of Lugano. After just 47 seconds, thanks to Brandon McMillan, Embry equalized. And it became even better for the home team: thanks to Michael’s immediate goal to make it 2-1 (59th place), Embry was able to win the derby again after 8 defeats.

SRF II, powerplay, 08.10.21, 22:30;

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