Krasnoyarsk Yenisei won the World Cup hockey


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In Sandviken (Sweden) ended the final match of the World Cup ball hockey, in which the Krasnoyarsk "Yenisei" won 4-3 over defending champion Sweden, the club "Sandviken."

Krasnoyarsk first opened the account — a goal scored in the 23rd minute, Sergei Lomanov with the transfer of Alan Dzhusoeva). Five minutes later, the Swedes beat back the ball, and early in the second half of the meeting went ahead — in both cases, scored Linus Forslund.

At the 34th minute, Sergei Lomanov after a corner leveled the score, but three minutes later, Daniel Berlin for the second time brought "Sandviken" forward. However, just four minutes Oleg Tolstihin again restored the balance.

Over the next ten minutes, the game was held, with varying success, but in the end the "Yenisei" stepped up and made some time to leave the Swedes in the dead of defense. After 52 minutes, Krasnoyarsk earned two corners in a row, and the second one turned in a goal, who scored Artem Bondarenko.

Two minutes before the end of the Swedes took a timeout, but the change has not been able to do — a well-deserved 4-3 victory "Yenisei", which after 27-year break for the third time won the most prestigious club trophy in world hockey with a ball (in the last times "Yenisei" won the Cup in 1984, and before that — in 1982).

Note that Sergei Lomanov also became the top scorer in the Cup: His 8 goals scored. And only one goal behind him the runner-up in this list Artem Bondarenko.

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