The Finnish hockey team beat Italy 3: 0 in the World Championship Group B game on Thursday, taking the first place in the tournament table.
In the first half of the first half of the first half, Finland reached 2: 0, with Toni Sund and Artis Ruotsalainen standing out.
In the 29th minute, the Sunds scored their second goal in the game, but before that the goal scored by Italy was not included, because the hockey stick was too high when repairing the throwing puck from the blue line.
The Finns then controlled the course of the field, winning a safe victory.
After four rounds, with ten points, Group B is led by Finland, nine points by Germany and the USA, seven points by Kazakhstan and Latvia, three points each by Canada and Norway, but Italy is the only team that has not yet won points in the championship.