The hockey players of Finland entered the World Championships in the Twenties by winning 3: 1 over Germany

Updates: 26.12.2021 22:41

Edmonton – Finland’s hockey players started the Under-20 World Cup in Edmonton with a 3: 1 victory over Germany. The striker Samuel Helenius scored two goals for the successful defense of the bronze defenders. In Group A, the Czech national team will also be the opponent of Finland and Germany, which will enter the tournament on Monday night from 1:00 CET against the home team Canada.

Helenius opened the score at 12:52, when Brad Lambert threw a goal in front of goalkeeper Nikita Quapp. The Germans responded in the 24th minute in a power play thanks to Luc Münzenberger. Joel Mäattä returned the lead to Finland in four minutes, and in the 48th minute, Helenius secured the win after Lambert’s ideal pass.

Group A:

Finland – Germany 3: 1 (1: 0, 1: 1, 1: 0)

Goals and recordings: 13. S. Helenius (Lambert), 28. J. Määttä (Heimosalmi, Puutio), 48. S. Helenius (Lambert, Koivunen) – 24. Münzenberger. Judges: Bloski (CAN), Harnebring (Sweden) – Mackey (CAN), Špůr (CZE). Exclusion: 4: 4. Utilization: 0: 1. Attendance: 1793.

Source: České noviny – hlavní události by

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