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WFC 2019: Day 2 summarized [Patron Only]

Here’s what happened during Day 2.

Of the Top 4, Sweden was the only one with a resting day today. The biggest clash was the one between two title contenders, Finland and Switzerland.

We’ll have a look at all games:

Latvia – Czech Republic
Thailand – Singapore
Finland – Switzerland
Japan – Estonia
Poland – Germany
Denmark – Norway

Latvia – Czech Republic 2-14

The fourth country from the Top 4, the Czech Republic, played an easy game against Latvia. After one period, the score was 5-0 already in Czech’s favor thanks to goals from Eliska Krupnova (2), Adela Bocanova, Tereza Urbankova, and Natalie Martinakova. Only two more goals followed in the (final minute of the) second period, but the Czechs double their amount in the last period. In between, Latvia also found the net twice – and missed a penalty shot – which led to the final score of 2-14.

Highlights can be found here.

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Martina Repková (#21, Czech Republic) in the game against Latvia (Photo: Claudio Schwarz/unihockey-fotos.ch)

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