Floorball players from Mladá Boleslav defended the title in overtime. The new champions are players from FBC Ostrava – ČT sport – Česká televize

Tatran was able to open the scoring in the 6th minute with the exclusion of Jiří Curney, during which David Šimek hit the high bar. On the contrary, the Central Bohemians rejoiced at 1:26 p.m. Jakub Bína found Matěj Pěnička uncovered behind the goal at the right post, who received a ball for Lukáš Kříž. Within a minute and a half, the winner of the base game could increase, but Střešovice was helped by a stick after Patrik Suchánek’s shot.

Střešovice defended in two weaknesses, first at the end of the first part with the sentence of Filip Eliáš and in the middle of the second period with the exclusion of Martin Šindelář. Immediately after the penalty expired, after Suchánek’s pass, Tomášk overcame crosses from the right guardrail, but after Tatran’s coaching challenge the goal didn’t pay off. Adam Hemerka started the event with an unauthorized double touch of the standard situation, which was confirmed by judges Libor Gavlas and Lukáš Mikel.

In the 36th minute, after a series of chances from both sides, Mladá Boleslav’s side were closer to the goal again, but Pěniček’s attempt went for the right post. In the end, the Střešovice colony celebrated 23 seconds before the break, when Šimek fired a ball after Hemerk’s penalty after Marek Beneš shot for Lukáš Bauer.

In the third period, Tatran defended the penalty from Marek Beneš, who then missed the goal on his good chance. On the side of the more active Praguers, Šimek could have taken the lead in the last minute of the starting time, but Bauer intervened successfully. Milan Tomašík, on the other hand, tried to avoid extra time.

At the start of the setup, the loner Petr Koláčný missed, but in the end he did not have to regret it. After Tomašík’s pass, he decided with a shot from the middle by Šebek.

Ostravanky turned the title into his first appearance in the superfinal

“A huge chance. We always say it, but we can’t describe it at the moment. We really appreciate it. It’s a huge reward for the whole club. I think even after these historic losses of guys there a few years back it’s a huge reward for the management too. for what they’ve built in Ostrava and what we have for the context and the conditions. Now finally a sporting reward. I’m currently probably happier for people around me than for myself,” said FBC coach Ostrava Robenek.

Ostravanka had the first big chance in front of 7923 spectators and Pavlína Bačová hit the bar early. In the 8th minute, he was delighted with the leadership of Chodov. Kristýna Lechnerová found Eliška Trojánková free, who covered Veronika Tomšová with a backhand under her body. Severomoravanky was close to the goal again in the 17th minute, but after Nikola Chalupová’s shot, Jana Christianová was helped over the top bar.

“It hurts terribly. Like every time you lose. But I think we were responsible for the loss because we didn’t play well at all. I think we made a mistake by not giving any chance. When I see girls playing in other matches or in training, it’s something else entirely. Probably the atmosphere or whether we were in the final…”, explained Christian.

In the second half, Trojánková did not change the next chance at first, and in the 27th minute, having won the ball, captain Christian Ostravanek Mlejnková overcame him with a shot under his left hand. Chodov then defended when Lechner was knocked out, but he had already used another power play in Karolína Suchá’s punishment. Linda Pudišová hits the right corner from the right side.

Chodov tried to respond in vain and from the 53rd minute he lost two goals after the flow of Mlejnka’s shot from Veronika Rybičková. Then Vanessa Rebecca Keprtová hit the bar and in 56:59, after Magdalena Plášková’s pass, she lowered Suchá from the goal area. During the power play, however, Natalie Hurníková scored an empty goal 17 seconds before the end and sealed the triumph.

Chodov made the super final for the sixth time in the past seven years and only made it in 2015 when he achieved his historic title.

So far, FBC Ostrava has only won two bronze medals in its history. Robenek also thanked the Ostrava fans. “I was surprised how many people here. A big thank you to our people, because they came to the hotel and created a great atmosphere where the girls were probably sweeter than here in the lobby. It helped us also helped to deal with that.” an hour before they arrived in the room and they helped us a lot in the series with Vítkovice. They deserve a huge thank you and a big part of the title goes to them,” added Robenek.

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