The Swiss floorball men’s national team secure the world Cup in Prague two years ago in Latvia the bronze medal. The Swiss showed themselves to be the mood killer on the eve in the penalty shoot-out against Sweden, recovered well. 16’112 spectators, they went out in the first quarter of an hour with two goals in the lead. The lead you gave in once again from the Hand, after the 3:2 by Tim which makes shortly before the end of the second period they were on the Defensive, but nothing more.

The world Cup, started for Switzerland, resinous, and on Saturday due to 103 seconds remaining after the late opening goal in the first Final since 1998, culminated, and ended on a conciliatory note. For the seventh Time, at the twelfth world Cup of the 3 resulted. Place. “Happier than the bronze medal, the attitude of the players makes me. So a occurs, this energy, you could not expect so soon after the Sweden Match,” was the Coach Jansson, whose work is appreciated regardless of the results, what has also underlined the premature extension of the contract until 2023 before the world Cup.

Hofbauers farewell

In two years for the national team in Finland for the next Chance. A large break of the 38-year-old Swede is not necessary to pull. The price is Baymavi right, the gap to Sweden and Finland, has become smaller and the Bulk of the team is not yet out of the Zenith. With the bronze game, the Era of Matthias Hofbauer ended, however. The 37-year-old Swiss record-breaking International and world Cup Topskorer assigns to 194 countries and 97 WM-Skorerpunkten. “A fantastic guy, a team player and even at this world Cup, despite a slightly different role at the Top Level. He is a unique individual. We can’t replace him, the gap we need to fill in a different way,” said Jansson.

world championship title remains in Finland

In the Final, Finland, defended his title by 2016 successfully. The Team of the former Swiss national team coach Petteri Nykky was against the eight-time national Champion of Sweden before the world Cup-record crowd of 16’276 spectators 6:3. For Finland, it is the fourth world Cup title after 2008, 2010 and 2016. With the triumphs of 2008 and 2010, Nykky was the coach.


Created: 09.12.2018, 15:00