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Champions Hockey League. A historic win for Comarch Cracovia

In the second match of this hockey edition of the Champions League, Comarch Cracovia faced Villach SV from Austria. And she beat him 4: 2. This is the first victory for “Belts” in the history of their performances in an elite group. It was played in the 14th match in this competition.

Comarch Cracovia fans cheered for “Belts” in the match against Villach PHOTOS

Comarch Cracovia played the second match in this edition of the Champions League. Villach is a six-time Austrian champion, but in the last season of the ICE Hockey League they were eliminated in the semi-finals with Hungarian Fehervar AV 19. In the first game, the opponents lost to the highly Swedish Farjestad Karlstad 0: 7. Moreover, the guests arrived weakened, because eight players could not play due to injuries and stomach flu.

So it was a chance for the hosts to finally win in the elite competition. And the Belts did not want to wait. During the first game, they played good action and Kasperlik directed the puck into the net. Moments later, the hosts played weakened and lost a goal 19 seconds before the end of the penalty. The game was played according to the scenario: tit for tit, neither side gained an advantage. At the end of the period, “Pasy” played 3v4 and almost scored after a counter-attack. Michalski played to Doetzel, whose shot was saved by the goalkeeper. And 30 seconds before the end of this edition, the Pole was charging on the goal, he passed the goalkeeper, but he did not manage to put the puck in the empty goal.

Source From: Gazetakrakowska

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