Canada clash against Kazakhstan – Norway’s penalty win against Latvia

Cole Perfetti (links) erzielte das entscheidende 3:2 für Kanada im Spiel gegen Kasachstan.  (Foto: dpa/picture alliance/Sputnik)

Lacedaur: ca. 1 minute

This gave Sweden more work than expected: because in 4: 1 (1: 1, 2: 0, 1: 0) against Great Britain Group a The outsider took the lead with the help of Liam Kirk in the eighth minute. However, it was a strange goal, as Brendan Connolly arrived at Swedish goalkeeper Viktor Fast. However, according to video evidence the hit was counted as the Briton was previously brought down by her rival. Marcus Sorensen equalized shortly afterwards, but it was not until the middle third that the favorites took the lead through Jonathan Pudas. Mario Kempe closed the sack with two goals.

Denmark converted the game against Belarus after 60 minutes and eventually won 5: 2 (1: 1: 1: 4: 0). The Belarussian were twice ahead of Artem Demkov and Mikhail Stefanovich, but first Nikolai Meyer, then Matthias Esparp equalized for Denmark, before the Northern Europeans took the lead in the 48th minute via Mathias from Düsseldorf Eiji . The Dane extended it to 5: 2 through Marcus Loridson and Alexander True.

Canada also had to be in Group b Tremendous stretch to defeat Kazakhstan 4: 2 (1: 0, 1: 1, 2: 1). Although the Maple Leafs took a 2–0 lead through Andrew Magiapen and Adam Heinrich, the Kazakhs, who had to do without defender Ivan Stepanenko due to a subsequent suspension due to dishonesty on Lucas Reichel, scored Nikita Mikhailis’ two goals Equaled with. Cole Parfetti reassured Canada’s leadership. Connor Brown scored the final score three seconds before the end.

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Two opponents of the German team took points from each other. After changing the lead, Latvia lost to Norway 3: 4 (2: 1, 0: 1, 1: 1, 0: 1) after the penalty shoot-out. Northmen were ahead 1-0 and 3-2 – with Yajman leading the way. For Latvia, Reyners Krastenberg, Ronald Kenins and Christian Rubins met for Norway, and Sondre Olden, Ken Andre Olymb and Emilio Pettersen for Norway. 3: 3 remained even after overtime. In the shooting competition, Michael Haga converted a decisive effort for Norway.

On Saturday again Germany’s turn: then DEB Selection (7.15 pm, Sport 1) will play against Finland. Dominic Kahun has since resumed training, but can only be used in games against the USA (May 31).

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