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Highlights: Kauppi twins lead Finland to solid victory against Poland

How to stop the Kauppi twins? Well… you can’t! At least, Poland couldn’t. It took less than three minutes for the twins to score the opening goal: Oona Kauppi assisted her sister Veera. Within fifteen minutes, Finland had already taken a 4-0 lead, but then the team lost it a bit. Poland took its chance and scored two quick goals, but before the period was over, Veera Kauppi scored her second and set the score at 5-2.

In the second period, the Kauppi’s continued on what they’re good at: scoring. However, the most beautiful goal was scored by Poland’s Agata Plechan (7-3), which was also the last goal of the period. In the final period, Poland had given up, while a few of Finland’s newcomers found the net; Milja-Maria Saarikoski, Inka Lampinen, Sara Piispa, and Suvi Hamalainen all scored their debut goal in this period and put the final score at 14-3.

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