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WORLD RECORD: Sweden beats France 61-0

In today’s WFCQ match against France, Sweden managed to defeat their opponent with astonishing numbers. In the end, the reigning world champions managed to defeat France with 61-0 averaging more than 1 goal every minute.

Sweden wrote history today by winning with 61-0 against France in the WFCQ EUR1 group. This shattered the old record of biggest win in floorball history (measured from 1995), which was previously set by 36-0 and was also a result of the meeting Sweden-France.

After one period, the score was already 22-0 which was increased to 36-0 after two periods. The new record was set 52 seconds into the third period but the Swedes were relentless and showed no mercy against their French opponents and pushed all the way towards a relentless 61-0 victory. France did not have a single shot on goal.

With 15 points (10+5) Sofia Joelsson was the MVP on Swedish side closely followed by Anna Wijk with 14 points (3+11). Other mentions go to Sara Steen (10+2) and Emelie Wibron (7+5) with both 12 points.

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