That is madness! Austria beats Olympic champions Finland 3-2 in World Cup soccer match

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2024 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship

Finland vs Austria 2:3 (2:0.0:1.0:2)
Thursday, May 16, 2024, 4:20 p.m., Prague Arena, 15,387 live on ORF SPORT +
Top scoring Finland: Saku Menalanen (3rd), Oliver Kapanen (9th)
Scorers Austria: Mario Huber (24.), Timo Nickel (50.), Benjamin Baumgartner (60.)

Austria played:

Goals: 30 kicker David; 29 Honeckl Thomas (Backup)
Line 1: 91 Heinrich Dominik – 78 Timo Nickel; 5 Ralph Thomas – 70 Nisner Benjamin – 96 Huber Mario
Line 2: 92 Unterweger Clemens – 32 Wolf Berndt; 16 Dwarf Dominic – 23 Rossi Marco – 3 Schneider Peter
Line 3: 24 Strong Steven – 12 Mayor David; 17 Canal Manuel – 98 Baumgardner Benjamin – 21 Houdum Lucas
Line 4: 18 Stapelfeldt Paul – 14 Zündel Kilian; 52 Huber Paul – 48 Thaler Lucas – 19 Rohrer Vincennes

More games:

Czech Republic vs Austria
Friday, May 17, 2024, at 8:20 pm, live on ORF SPORT +

Norway vs. Austria
Sunday, May 19, 2024, at 4:20 PM, LIVE on ORF SPORT +

Austria vs. Great Britain
Tues., May 21, 2024, 12:20 pm, Live on ORF SPORT +

Already played:

Canada vs Austria 7:6 aet (3:1,3:0,0:5,1:0)
Tues., May 14, 2024, 8:20 pm, Prague Arena, 14.704
The scorers were Canada: Dylan Cozens (7.), Kaiden Kuhle (10.), Bowen Byram (14.), Jared McCann (23.), Connor Bedard (30.), Pierre-Luc Dubois (38.). John Tavares (61.)
Scorers are Austria: Benjamin Nissner (11th), Benjamin Baumgartner (44th), Peter Schneider (45th, 56th), Dominique Zwerger (51st), Marco Rossi (60th)

Austria vs Switzerland 5:6 (2:1,2:3,1:2)
Sunday, May 12, 2024, 8:20 p.m., Prague Arena, 13,512
Scorers are Austria: Clemens Unterweger (5th), Paul Huber (15th), Lucas Hautum (22nd/BB1, 35th/BB1), Benjamin Baumgartner (53rd)
The scorers were Switzerland: Roman Josi (16th/BB2, 30th/BB2), Nico Hisier (23rd, 41st/BB1, 60th/BB1), Ken Jagger (30th/BB1)

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Austria vs Denmark 1:5 (1:2.0:1.0:2)
Sat 11 May 2024, 4:20 pm, Prague Arena, 15,719
Austria scored the goal: Manuel Conel (20.)
Scorers are Denmark: Markus Lauridsen (14th), Frederik Storm (17th/SH1), Joachim Blichfeldt (39th, 59th/BB1), Felix Scheel (54th)

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