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Shootout joy for Germany! Germany advances to the final four of a World Championship for the first time since 2010 after coming from behind to defeat Switzerland in Thursday afternoon’s quarter-final match-up in Riga. A last-minute tying goal saved the Germans in regulation before Marcel Noebels got the decider in a shoot-out.
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Ice Hockey World Championships in Riga : Members of the Great Britain Supporters Club dressed according to the "British summer" theme - this time back home instead of at the arena.
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Incompliant Germany surprising Canada with an unexpected 3:1 making it three straight wins for Germany and three straight losses for Canada. Another surprise at the 2021 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship in Riga, Latvia.
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What a show in Madrid! German No. 1 male tennis player Alexander Zverev wrestles down Matteo Berrettini in three narrow sets 6:7 (10:8), 6:4, 6:3 to win the Madrid Masters tennis tournament on red clay ground - after smashing in the previous rounds Spanish clay court master Rafael Nadal and Austrian top five player Dominic Thiem. Zverev seems to be well prepared for the Frensh Open in Paris (tournament from 30th May till 13th June 2021).
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Thrilling 2. German Bundesliga: Holstein Kiel, Fürth and Hamburger SV fighting for getting promoted to First. Today, Holstein Kiel hosts St. Pauli - the best team of the second half of the season.
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