TAMMERFORS / Stockholm. 1-0 after 13 seconds and 5-0 in the first half
Tre Kronor drove over Great Britain and was still able to provide energy for the group final against Finland.
“We got the job done and that’s what matters,” said Rasmus Asplund, the tournament’s top scorer.
Austria stood in a stunning position when they beat the Czech Republic 2-1 in the Sweden group.
But if the British get some feelings from this effort before the meeting three crowns Then that hope was gone very quickly. It had only been 13 seconds when Rasmus Asplund was back 1-0 up after poor action from Ben Bowns in the penalty area.
A better start than we dared hope, says Håkan Södergren in Viaplay.
“Nice for self-confidence”
and improved. Joachim Nordström scored 2-0, Anton Bengtsson responded 3-0, then Rasmus Dahlen scored his first goal for his country 4-0 after 13 minutes.
– I didn’t aim for where it ended up right away. Bounced by the club. Sometimes you get lucky, Dahlin laughs.
Has anyone found out about the imp?
– Yes, I think he’s in the changing room.
Just before the period ended, it came 5-0. It was Rasmus Asplund who ended the period as he started it – as a top scorer.
Sharing the lead archery league
With four goals in three matches, Asplund shares the top spot with Canadian Pierre-Luc Dubois.
It’s good to be confident as you can jump a bit around the goal, says the Buffalo player.
After that jump, it looked as if Johann Garbenlov’s men had stopped the engines and crept through the second and third periods with Finland meeting tomorrow in mind. The match ended 6-0 after Anton Bengson scored for the second time.
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