today 10:00 | Slovak hockey player Andrej Kollár decorated his premiere at the World Championships in Helsinki with a goal. In Friday’s match against Kazakhstan (4: 3), he opened the score and repeated his father’s piece with a goal from the world championship. He was not completely satisfied with his performance, but he doubted the importance of victory. Read also VIDEO: World Hockey Championship: Slovakia scored in full swing in the existential match, Kazakhstan … After it, the Slovaks have hopes to advance to the quarterfinals, but they must also win in the remaining two matches. “It won, that’s the basis. The goal was just the icing on the cake,” Kollár said after the match. The Slovak center prevailed after a quick counterattack and renumbering of the Kazakh defense: “We attacked them, their player put it right on Takáč’s hockey stick. And then he found me beautifully.” Kollár also competed against Kazakhstan at the World Championships for players under 20 years of age. In Victoria, Canada, at the turn of 2018/2019, the Slovaks won 11: 2, while the young attacker then gave a hat-trick. “I don’t even know how I did it, I don’t even know how it went now. But luckily it fell,” Kollár said. He repeated his father’s record with a goal at the World Cup, who scored three times at the World Cup: “My father told me that I should play calmly and that everything would come.” Read also the World Hockey Championship: Fehérváry saved Slovakia with the first goal: I invite Chalanov … The 22-year-old hockey player only got on the team roster on Thursday, after training he said that if he gets a chance, “the bombs will go.” “It wasn’t what I thought it was, but the important thing is that we won. We made fouls in the first period, we gave them two goals. That can’t happen. We said in the cabin that we had to calm down and that we had a team to turn it around. In the third period, they got up and started playing better. They attacked us, we complicated the situation by not being able to put the pucks out. But fortunately we kept it, “Kollár concluded. Also read the Program of matches of Slovakia at the World Hockey Championship 2022
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