Freiburg to put on, first lack of Davos
Friborg Gottéron took revenge on the Norwegians of Stavanger within the preliminary spherical of the Champions League. The Romands received 3-0 on the Oilers ice.
The Fribourgeois are actually properly positioned to clinch a spot within the spherical of 16 earlier than their two duels towards the Austrians of Salzburg.
Christian Dubé’s gamers confirmed pugnacity to beat arguably essentially the most defensive group within the Champions League. The Norwegians had received the earlier week in Freiburg with the rating of 1-0. This time, the Scandinavian lock ended up leaping after 99 minutes of resistance due to a restoration from Julien Sprunger on an ideal service from Killian Mottet in numerical superiority (thirty ninth).
It was nonetheless 5 towards 4 that the Fribourgeois formed their third success within the competitors with a hit from Nathan Marchon on companies from Mottet and Desharnais from the beginning of the ultimate interval. Bertschy ensured success within the empty cage (sixtieth). Like Reto Berra on Friday in Tampere, Connor Hughes celebrated a shutout towards the Oilers.
For its half, Davos conceded its first defeat within the preliminary spherical. Graubünden misplaced 5-2 at residence to Sweden’s Skelleftea of their fourth recreation.
Christian Wohlwend’s gamers should wait for his or her double confrontation towards the Czechs of Trinec to presumably validate their ticket for the spherical of 16. Two factors will likely be sufficient for them.
The match was a horrible battle. In the course of the first interval, which lasted 50 (!) minutes, clashes multiplied in entrance of the 2 goalkeepers. Penalties rained. The Grisons had nonetheless had the perfect begin with an opener within the second minute by the Swede Leon Bristedt. The Scandinavians managed to return the rating to steer 2-1 after 20′. The equalization of the Czech Stransky in numerical superiority was not sufficient. Skelleftea made the distinction within the final 5 minutes.
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