Curling World Cup, Super Italy: Sweden and Finland jokes

Curling World Cup, Super Italy: Sweden and Finland jokes

great Italy To Las Vegas, the second day of world Cup men in american land National Tricolor trained by Claudio Pecia Fantastic response after his debut knockout against Scotland And on the ice Orleans ArenaFirst overcomes the favorite Sweden With thunderous applause, then comes back and beats too Finland, The first two seminal victories for the Azzurri in the competition: nine games from the end of the first round robin phase, the battle for the top six positions is very open. In the first meeting before Sweden EdinItaly – took to the track with Joel Ritornazzi (gold flames), Sebastiano Arman (Air Force), Simone Gonin (Air Force) Ed amos mosaner (Aeronautica Militare) – steals two hands immediately in the first two ends and then deals three opponent points in the third round. Blue’s response comes with two goals in the fourth while the Swedish point in the fifth brings the game back to full parity at the interval. In the second half of the match Sweden dug a small slot leaving only one point for Italy in the sixth and eighth ends, receiving two points in return in both seventh and ninth. The unthinkable, however, happens in the tenth when Retornaz and his teammates – down two – sign a four-point hand that gives our team a 10-8 victory.

return against Finland

And the comeback was also against Finland in the second match of the day. At 2–2 after two rounds, the Blues stole a hand in the third end and scored only four points in the fourth. Under 6–3, Italy returned to a draw with three goals in the first fifth, then stole twice in the sixth and seventh, leaving Finland only one point in the eighth round. There were two deciding points here along with the ninth hand that closed the match at 10-7. Another challenge awaits now for the Italian team which has a very high coefficient of difficulty, namely the match against Canada, one of the sacred demons of world curling. Monday April 4 at 11 p.m. Italian time, starting at 2 p.m. local time.

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