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Swiss lose 3:1 lead and lose

The national ice hockey team loses the second test match against France. A day after the 6:0 in Sierre, the Team of coach Patrick Fischer is governed by Geneva 3:4 after extra time.

this Was 6:0 on Friday in Sierre, a look have been running, have been the Swiss of the aggressive French ends this time required. Last year's world championship silver medal winner was not the Test in front of 5820 spectators, although he was in the 45. Minute 3:1 lead. The guests were saved thanks to two Powerplay goals in the extra time, Charles Bertrand, after 51 seconds of the 4:3 selected.

Hofmann, again, Bertaggia, again Hischier

In the middle third had the Swiss, thanks to goals from Gregory Hofmann (30.) and Alessio Bertaggia (35.) a 0:1 into a 2:1 shot. Hofmann had obtained the day before the first goal for the hosts. Bertaggia was already for the fourth Time in the direct world Cup-the preparation is successful, after he had shot the week before, all three Swiss goals against Russia (2:5 and 1:5). The 2:1 is a big fail pass the French defender Antonin Manavian. As Hischier increased with his fourth goal in only his second game at 3:1, it seemed that the thing to be clear. But two penalties cost the Swiss the victory.

In the first section were started by the Locals well, in the episode you lost the thread. As a consequence, Damien Fleury brought the guests in the 11. Minute in the lead. This went fine - Sacha Treille was in the 6. Minute of the bar at the failed - however, the goal would have been allowed to fall never. Goalie Robert Mayer was defeat in his home stadium of the extended goal line.

In the coming week the Swiss test in the Eastern part of Switzerland, twice against Latvia, before on 11. May meet for the world championship opener at newly promoted Italy.

Switzerland - France 3:4 (0:1, 2:0, 1:2, 0:1) n. V.
Geneva. - 5820 viewers. - SR Salonen/Hebeisen, Kaderli/Castelli.
goals: 11. Fleury (Gallet, Hecquefeuille) 0:1. 30. Hofmann 1:1. 35. Bertaggia (Praplan, Walser) 2:1. 45. Hischier (Rod) 3:1. 49. Fleury (Chakiachvili/Exclusion Fora) 3:2. 53. Chakiachvili (Fleury/Exclusion Bertaggia) 3:3. 61. (60:51) Betrand 3:4.
penalties: 5 times 2 minutes against Switzerland, 4 times 2 plus 10 minutes (checkers) against France.
Switzerland: Mayer/Descloux (30.); Rathgeb, Janis Moser; Spoon, Genazzi; Glauser, Circular; Fora, Frick; Rod, Marco Müller, Bertaggia; Praplan, Hischier, Hofmann; Ambühl, Kuraschew, Fiala; Riat, Fox, Hollenstein; Walser.
France: Hardy; Manavian, Crinon; Hecquefeuille, Gallet; Thiry, lady; Chakiachvili, Dusseau; Rech, Ritz, Sacha Treille; Fleury, Claireaux, Bozon; Bertrand, Guttig, Perret; Valier, Berthon, Leclerc; Di Dio.
remarks: in Switzerland without Berra, Marti and Bertschy (all surplus). - 6. The Crossbar Treille. Timeout Switzerland (59:47).
shots: , Switzerland 20 (9-11-0); France, 7 (5-2-0).
Powerplay-yield: Switzerland 0/4; France 2/5.
(sda)

Created: 27.04.2019, 20:27 PM

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