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Sunday, 07 December 2008 Print E-mail
Ágoston: We don’t care about the Germans. We focus on our performance only.
“The strength of our team is in three equally strong lines that are able to score. We have many excellent players and that’s what decides,” says the captain of the Polish national team Matijas Mikulski. “Throughout the entire game we went for our goal and scored one goal after another. Only in the second period we lost our concentration in defence a little. We have some shortcomings in defence. We need to improve them. I believe that we will become better and better by every game played here. That we will be stronger and stronger,” he added confidently. Read more...
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Norwegians were thinking of the medals
After yesterday’s victory over Estonians the Swiss team today entered another match where they opposed the ambitious team of Norway. The Norwegians were the better team for the half of the match but at the end they did not manage to keep up the pace and were defeated 9:6. Read more...
Sunday, 07 December 2008 Print E-mail
Japan decided in the second period
The match of the Division B between the teams of the Netherlands and Japan started with more actively playing Japanese team but, according to the well-known rule “if you don’t score, you will get a goal“, they got first. The captain Rob Labruyere scored. The opponent equalized in the sixth minute when Kenichi Ogawa scored precisely from beautiful breakaway. Japan played better and was physically more powerful. On the contrary, the Netherlands had a lot of inaccuracies in combination and could not get to finish. Read more...
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Kulmula: Japan is a strong and physically well-prepared opponent
“We had more space than in the game against the USA. We could pass and prepare chances easily. Now we’re going to face Poland. We saw them today and they will be a very tough opponent, so we will focus mainly on not losing by a big score difference,” said the coach of Japan after the game. Read more...
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Poland also won the second match 14:4
The excellently prepared team of Poland entered the match very resolutely and ordered the pace of the match from the first minute. Tomasz Gaicki opened the score of the match in the sixth minute and Jan Hajduk increased the score after an unsuccessful offensive. Immediately after him Daniel Girys scored to 3:0 and Poland gained necessary composure. Before the end of the period they scored to 4:0 and Poland was sure that they do not have a problem to finish the offensive even against the actively playing Hungarians. Read more...
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