WFCQ 2016 EUR4: Day3 – 04.02.2016
Day three in WFCQ EUR4 meant tough game for Czech Republic and Norway. Both had won their previous games and it was time for them to fight, which of the teams eventually would be better. Serbia after the loss yesterday took relatively easy victory over Liechtenstein. Slovenia wins against Italy after a thriller.
The first game of the started slowly and both teams had done their homework pretty well and knew what the other had on mind. A tie after the first period with some spectacular saves, some goal bar hits and towards the end also increasing speed.
Game number two of the day was quite clear from the very beginning of it even though Liechtenstein scored their first goal in this qualification tournament. Serbia was better with x-x numbers and can start the preparations for the very important game against Slovenia on Friday evening.
Italy lost to Serbia on the first day of the tournament and their only chance to make it to the final round would have been a victory over Slovenia. On the other hand, the victory for Slovenia would have made their life easier and would give some extra excitement for the match between Serbia and Slovenia tomorrow.
Power play goal for Slovenia at 41.21 didn´t ease the pain of the Italians, but the Slovenians gave the intiative to the Italians after that goal and Italy punished three minutes later. Less than two minutes from that Slovenia scored again and had a four goals lead, which in Floorball naturally is not decisive in any way. The Slovenian lead still held and very valuable 8-4 victory for Slovenia.
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