The Danish national hockey team defeated Belarus 5: 2 in the World Championship Group game on Friday, maintaining the chances of entering the quarterfinals.
After two minutes and 12 seconds, the Belarusians were nominated by Artyom Demkov, but three minutes later Nikolai Meier realized the majority and reached 1: 1. In the middle of the match, the goal scored by Mikhail Stefanovich’s majority allowed the Belarusians to regain control.
However, in the third period, the game turned in a different direction, with the Danes scoring in less than eight minutes. Matthias Asperups stood out first, followed by the exact shots of Matthias Frome, Marcus Lauridsen and Alexander Trues.
The Russian Olympic Committee (OKR) team, Switzerland and Slovakia have nine points in four games in Group A, while Denmark finishes the first four with nine points in five duels. Sweden has scored six points in five battles, the Czech Republic has five points in four games, and Belarus and Britain have scored four points in five duels.