The Austrian national ice hockey team is still waiting to win the Test Series against the United Nations. Roger Badr’s team must concede defeat 1: 3 (0: 0.0: 1.1: 2) in Piestany, Slovakia.
Another Test match against the Slovaks is scheduled for Sunday (from 8:15 PM) In the live broadcast on LAOLA1). In the absence of ailing captain Thomas Ravel, Austria kept the match open in the first third, but it is the Slovaks who decide what happens on the ice.
Hrvik (27.) scored the opening goal in the second leg of the match in the game of strength after the preliminary work by Regenda. The choice of red, white and red, which should dispense with players from Master KAC and several armies, receives a lot of penalties, in the first two-thirds, the Austrians take four penalty kicks of two minutes, and the Slovaks only one. Peter Schneider managed to equalize with a counterattack after a pass from Marco Richter to make the score 1-1 immediately after the start of the third half (41).
But it is the same as in the last games, and once again ÖEHV gives up the game in the final section. An over penalty kick due to a foul by Dominic Hackl means Slovakia’s leadership renewal for Holcinsky (52nd). Roman (53) makes a perfect double whammy, and the Slovaks make the decision within a few moments.
With a young and inexperienced team, they lost the last time 6-1 to Belarus, and ÖEHV lost 5-0 and 7-2 to the Czech Republic last week, with the match reaching the 56th minute in the second match (2: 3) was open.
“I am very satisfied with the fighting performance and team spirit,” Badr said after the match. The team did everything tactically. But we managed to get better again. It was impressive how this young team fought to the end. The effort was right. ”After the match, the Slovaks won the penalty shootout 2-0, and“ penalties ”were taken at the request of the local team in preparation for the A-World Cup.
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