SCB does a belly drop on Embry.Image: Cornerstone
EV Zug has already lost its lead in the National League as it lost a point at 4:3 after extra time against SCL Tigers. Friday matches facts.
November 17, 2023 at 7:10 pmNovember 17, 2023 at 11:48 pm
For Bern’s powerful goalkeeper Adam Redburn, the away match against Embry Biota lasted just 377 seconds. He was then replaced by Daniel Manzato when the score was 0:3.
In the end, SCB suffered a defeat 2:5. Alex Formenton (1:0, 5:0) and Ante Pistoni (3:0, 4:0) distinguished themselves as top scorers for Leventini. While Embrey celebrated their sixth successive win and rose to fourth place in the table, SCB suffered their fourth defeat in their last five matches. The North Ticino team had lost all four of its previous matches against the Bernese team.
Ambre Biota – Bern 5:2 (3:0, 2:2, 0:0)
6631 spectators. – S.R. Wiegand/Ericsson, Borghi/Huguet.
Portals: 2. Formenton (Home, Burgler) 1:0. 5. Eggenberger (Douay, Fuhrler) 2:0. 7. Pistoni 3-0. 27. Pistoni (listen) 4:0. 32. Formenton 5:0. 35. Gear 5: 1. 40. (39:12) Moser (Skivor) 5: 2.
punish: 2 times 2 minutes each.
PostFinance Top Scorer:
Ambry Beauta: Kunz. Take care, Pezzullo; Fuhrler, Virtanen; Dario Wuterich and Isako Dotti; Tyranio. Zwerger, Spacek, De Luca; Burgler, Heim, Formenton; Pistone, Dauphin, Lilja; Eggenberger, Neubühler, Douai; we do not know.
Bern: Redburn (7 Manzato); Untersander area; Volman, Zgrajn. Honka, Lovell; Savior, knight, moser; Lehmann, Baumgartner, Shiroy; Vermin, Fahrni, Badr; Armor, Ritzmann, Ft.
comments: Embry Biotta is without Zaccio Dotti, Grassi, Kostner (all injured) and Jovonen (excess foreigners), Byrne is without Heynor, Lotto, Meli, Nemeth, Bachaud, Philipp Wuterich (all injured) and Kahun (suspension).
Rapperswil – Lausanne 3:1
After four straight defeats in the tournament, Lausanne was a welcome challenger for the Rapperswil-Jona Lakers. The St. Gallen team defeated Vaudois 3-1 for the tenth time in the last 11 meetings, and for the sixth time in a row in front of its fans.
Yannick Leinart Albrecht gave the Lakers the lead just 53 seconds later, and in the seventh minute he doubled up the middle to make it 2-0. Thus laying the foundation for the three points for eleventh place in the table.
Rapperswil-Jona Lakers – Lausanne 3:1 (2:1, 1:0, 0:0)
4555 spectators. – S.R. Stricker/Pechaczek (Germany), Français/Obweiser.
Portals: 1. (0:53) Albrecht (Mayer) 1:0. 7. Albrecht 2: 0. 20. (19:39) Sumila 2: 1. 32. Moy (Ibischer, Cervenka/5v3) 3:1.
punish: 2 times 2 plus 5 minutes (Gerber) plus game time (Gerber) against Rapperswil-Jona Lakers, 3 times 2 plus 5 minutes (Sekac) plus game time (Sekac) against Lausanne.
PostFinance Top Scorer: Moi. Sumela.
Rapperswil-Jona Lakers: Nevler. Aebischer, Gerber. Paragano, Mayer; Foardot, Grossniklaus; Kabaul. Moy, Albrecht, Cervenka; Rub your head, weather; Lammer, Schroeder, Jensen; Wick, thin, furier. Zanger.
Lausanne: Bash. Glauser, Djos; Hildner, Frick; Pilot Marty. Jelovac, Genazi; Geiger, Sumila, Kovacs; Reat, Fox, Seacat; Bozon, Rochette, Salomaki; Holdner Almond Pedretti.
comments: Rapperswil-Jona Lakers are without Diossie, Nuru and Taibille (all injured), Lausanne without Bouguereau, Hughes, Huguely, Raffl (all injured), Kenens (ill) and Haala (foreign surplus). Lausanne from 55:56 to 55:58, from 57:48 to 58:28 and from 59:19 to 59:38 without a goalkeeper.
Servette – Lugano 2:3
Geneva Servette won all the first eight matches at home in the current tournament. Now the defending champion lost 3-2 to Lugano at home for the fourth time in a row. Giovanni Morini (50) and Calvin Thorkauf with his 12th goal of the season (51) gave Luganesi a 3-1 lead with a double inside 62 seconds. As a result, Saakari Manninen (53rd place) was only able to score the next goal.
Geneva Servette – Logano 2:3 (1:0, 0:1, 1:2)
7135 spectators. – S.R. Hebbesen/Hörlemann, Ghanimi/Steenstra (Canada).
Portals: 12. Juris (Filppola, Vatanen/Powerplayator) 1:0. 22. Fazzini (Julie/5 vs 3) 1:1. 50. (49:34) Morini (Arcobello, Wolf) 1:2. 51. (50:36) Thurkov (Carr, Jolly) 1:3. 53. Manninen (Lenstrom, Vatanen) 2:3.
punish: 3 times 2 minutes each.
PostFinance Top Scorer: Vatanen; Thorkov.
Geneva-Servette: Discloaks. Vatanen, Jacquemet; Bernie, Linstrom. Carrier, Lou Coulter; Shanton. Joris, Filbula, Winnick; Hartikainen, Manninen, Miranda; Bertaggia, Richard, Rod; Praplan, Beaulieu, Fulmin; Berthon.
Lugano: Koskinen. Wolff, Mirko Muller; Alatalo, Guerra; Anderson, Peltonen; local army jolly, thurkov, carr; Fazzini, Rutsalainen, Granlund; Zanetti, Arcopello, Morini; Cormier, Patry, Verbonne; Sionskis.
comments: Logano is without Gerber, Walker (both sick), Canonica and Marco Muller (both injured). Geneva Servette from minute 58:29 without a goalkeeper.
Two strong teams met: EV Zug and SCL Tigers. In the end it was like always when the two teams played against each other in Zug. The central Swiss team celebrated its 14th successive home win with a 4-3 extra-time win over Emmental, who last won in Zug on October 20, 2017.
Fabrice Herzog scored the decisive goal ten seconds into extra time, the fastest goal in extra time in the current National League Championship. The Zug team achieved its fifth success in a row, while the Tigers lost for the first time after three victories.
Zug – SCL Tigers 4:3 (1:1, 2:2, 0:0, 1:0) Nevada
6984 spectators. – S.R. Cherig/DiPietro, Fox/Cattaneo.
Portals: 4. O’Neill (Leon Muggli, Hanson) 1-0. 11. Julian Dirt 1: 1. 22. (21:29) Marchini (Wingerli) 2: 1. 23. (22:39) Berger (Ricola, Zreid) 2:2. 24. (23:24) Lewis 2:3. 24. (23:47) Hanson (Samayan) 3:3. 61. (60:10) Doc 4:3.
punish: 2 times and 2 minutes against Zug, 4 times and 2 minutes against SCL Tigers.
PostFinance Top Scorer: Michaelmas. Sarila.
Train: Holenstein. Bengtsson, Gesser. Hanson, Leon Muggli; Smurf, Reva; Gross-Stadler; Marchini, Wingerly, Simon; O’Neill, Michaelis, Piasca; Rubin, Centler, Duke; Tim Muggli, Lewinberger, Allensbach.
SCL Tigers: Boltzhauser. Zuraid, Ricola; Zanetti, Ernie; Mayer, Guggenheim; Cadonau. Julian Dirt, Malone, Lapinskis; Pesonen, Saarela, Louis; Rohrbach, Flavio Dirt, Petrini; Berger, Felkmann, Whipple; Jenny.
comments: Zug is without Hofmann and Kovar (both injured), SCL Tigers are without Deem, Rossi, Salzgeber (all injured), Minlanen and Saarijarvi (both ill).
Friborg – Joy 8:4
Friborg ended their four-game losing streak with an 8-4 home win against Agoy and once again became leaders of the National League. After Gutierron came from behind twice in the first third, the home team won the middle half 3-0 in their favour.
Andre Pico and Simon Sailer scored 4:2 (30) and 5:2 (32) with their second Premier League goal in 96 seconds. Eight different players scored all eight goals for the hosts. This was Agui’s ninth defeat in the tenth match of the season on foreign ice.
Freiburg Gautieron – Agui 8:4 (2:2, 3:0, 3:2)
9075 spectators. – S. R. Borja/Rupprecht, Altman/Mosey.
Portals: 7. Brennan (Hazen, Timashov) 0:1. 13. Wallmark (Sorensen, Diaz) 1:1. 15. (14:24) Gelinas (Odette, Gautier) 1:2. 16. (15:27) Peneas (Walser, Jörg) 2:2. 22. DeDomenico (powerful goal) 3:2. 30. Bykov (Jeker) 4: 2. 32. Sailer (Di Domenico) 5: 2. 41. (40:58) Gelinas (Audit, Gauthier) 5:3. 42. (41:30) Sorensen (Motet) 6:3. 43. (42:44) Hopper (Bowie, Rundqvist) 6:4. 55. Marshawn (Gunderson, DeDomenico/Powerplayer) 7:4. 58. Valser 8:4 (in the empty goal).
punish: 3 times and 2 minutes against Freiburg Goteron, 5 times and 2 minutes against Agui.
PostFinance Top Scorer: Sorensen. Hazen.
Fribourg-Gotieron: Roger. Gunderson, Jecker. Diaz, Borgman. Sutter, Duffner. rope maker; Bertschi, de la Rose, Marchon; Spenger, Schmid, Di Domenico; Bykov, Walser, Jörg; Sorensen, Wallmark, Motet; Pinyas.
aerial: Chachiu (patent 34); Fay, Brennan. Gelinas, Scheidegger; Thierry, fisherman; Billet. Suba, Gauthier, Odette; Hazen, Romaninghi, Timashov; Dirt, Frossard, Kohler; Huber, Rundqvist, Bozon; Boyle.
comments: Ajoie is without Arnold, McQuat, Ciarone, Wolff (all injured), Asselin and Devos (both surplus foreigners). I went from 56:56 to 57:05 without a goalkeeper.
Cloton – Biel 2:3 n
Table 12. Bale can still win away from home. Despite trailing 2-0, the Seelanders won 3-2 after extra time in Kloten, having previously lost nine in a row on foreign ice, including a Champions League match. The winner of this year’s final was Gaetan Haas, who recovered from injury and scored both 2-2 (58th minute) and 3-2, which fell with 55 seconds left in extra time, when he was outnumbered.
Kloten – Biel 2:3 (1:0, 1:1, 0:1, 0:1) Nevada
4834 spectators. – S. R. Lemelin (USA)/Hungerbühler, Kehrli/Schlegel.
Portals: 13. Meyer (power play goal) 1:0. 23. Mayer (Lossley, Ang) 2:0. 40. (39:48) Sallinen (Brunner) 2:1. 58. Haas (short-hand goal!) 2:2. 65. (64:05) Haas (short-hand goal!) 2:3.
punish: 9 times and 2 minutes against Kloten, 12 times and 2 minutes against Bale.
PostFinance Top Scorer: Simic; Salinin.
Balls: Mitsola. Reinbacher, Steve Kellenberger; Beaulieu, Henore; Profico, Steiner. kindshi, sataria; Ojamaki, Morley, Mark Marshon; Simek, Dem, Schreiber; Losley, Mayer, Ang. Joel Marchon, Lindemann, Keanu Derung.
Bial: Van Buttelberg; Grossman, Yakovenko; Rathgeb, Love; Burren, Forster. Christians, Delimont; Boekarts, Sallinen, Rajala; Kessler, Bartschi, Hesher; Backofner, Haas, Olofsson; Brunner, Tanner, Kunzel.
comments: Kloten is without Meyer, Obrist, Rammel and Rissen (all injured) and Altonen (ill), and Biel is without Conte, Ian Derong, Hyponiemi and Hofer (all injured). (Abu/Sda)
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