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Germany, led by Söderholm, struggled for its first victory - Driestel's neglect called Great Britain into the match |  Sports

Germany, led by Söderholm, struggled for its first victory – Driestel’s neglect called Great Britain into the match | Sports

There was no walking victory for Germany at the premiere against World Cup newcomer Great Britain. Britain remained very strict for nearly two periods, but in the third two, Germany left.

Germany with NHL stars like Leon Draisaitl and Dominik Kahun on the team. Newcomer Great Britain as a contender at the World Cup premiere. German big winner um?

not at all.

Toni Soderholm’s first World Cup match as captain of the German national team has become more difficult than many thought. Great Britain, which is participating in the World Cup for the first time in 25 years, has withstood the German onslaught for nearly two spans.

British goalkeeper Ben Bownes saved 25 shots in the first and second half, but 39 seconds before the second half he was forced to surrender. Moritz Seder became Germany’s first goal scorer in the World Cup.

Mike Hammond tied for Great Britain.
Mike Hammond scores Germany.
2019 men’s ice hockey world championships German men’s national ice hockey team British men’s national ice hockey team ice hockey Mike Hammond

Draisaitl was careless and equal Britain

But Britain returned, after neglecting the great German star Leon Drysitl. Draisaitl hit an Indian pass from behind his own net and Mike Hammond got a free kick and scored the equalizer.

Everything was opened again but in the middle of the period Germany decided. Yassin Ahliz scored the goal Al Tahrir 2-1 in the same second as the British managed to kill an expulsion.

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A little more than a minute later, Drysattle took his own revenge and showed off a remarkable performance when he scored 3-1. After the goal, the air came out of Great Britain and Germany won the match 3-1.


Group A:

Germany – Great Britain 3-1

Denmark – France 5-4 after penalty kicks

Group B:

Switzerland – Italy 9-0

Latvia – Austria 5-2