Trissino is the new European Champion of Rink Hockey

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It’s Trissino to win the first Euroleague of own history, the second historic Euroleague for Italy. Decisive the penalty shots after a certain balance over the 60 minutes, where, however, Valongo has always been ahead and only five minutes from the end Trissino managed to equalize.

First winning counter-attack for the Valongo of Facundo Bridge. The Portuguese explosiveness crushed Trissino in the first minutes that also on two other occasions risked suffering the second goal. In the 10th minute, the Italians drew with a tapin by the Gavioli. Trissino took the lead 11 minutes from the end of the first half with Andrea Malagoli’s goal, beating back the direct shot parried by Mendes. It was the second wrong direct shot after those of Cocco a few seconds earlier. Shortly afterwards Abreu missed the equaliser goal on a penalty shot, a draw that came in the 21st minute with Barata’s tapin. Before the interval, Valongo returned to the lead (minute 24) thanks to the Argentine Facundo Navarro on a direct shot (2-3).
Crackling start to the second half where Malagoli first equalized on a direct shot but after a few seconds Valongo was brought back thanks to a fast action by Moreira and Bridge for 3-4. Two direct shots failed by the Portuguese team, both not made by Navarro and five minutes from the end the draw was by Giulio Cocco with a shot from long distance. The fear of conceding a goal, lowers the pace of the game and the opportunities, after a confrontation always fought with full force. Even in overtime you don’t unlock the result. On penalties Trissino won thanks to the saves of goalkeeper Zampoli, while Malagoli, Garcia and Cocco scored the decisive penalties for the first historic victory and the second in the history of Italian ice hockey.

Trissino: Zampoli, Malagoli, Cocco G, Gavioli, Ipinazar – Pinto (C), Garcia E, Bars, Faccin, Zen – Coach: Bertolucci A
Valongo: Mendes, Moreira, Santos, Navarro, Bridge – Periera (C), Vieira, Abreu, Barata, Bento – Coach: Bosch
Scorers: 1st: 0’47” Bridge (V), 10’09” Gavioli (T), 13’03” Malagoli (T), 21’00” Barata (V), 24’00” Navarro (dir.shot) (V) – 2nd: 3’34” Malagoli (dir.shot) (T), 6’14” Bridge (V), 19’54” Cocco (T) – Penalties shots: Malagoli, Garcia e Cocco (Trissino), Navarro (Valongo)
Penalties: 2nd: 3’34” Santos (2′) (V), 9’49” Gavioli (2′) (T)
Referees: Sergi Mayor (Spain) and Jonatan Sanchez (Spain)


Davide Gavioli (Trissino) and Miguel Vieira (Valongo) –  Credit Photo: Antonio Lopes / WSE


Trissino new European Champion – Credit Photo: Antonio Lopes / WSE

EUROLEAGUE – FINAL FOUR – SCHEDULE
Semifinal #2 – 14th May 2022 – h 12:00 (GMT+1) – h 13:00 (CEST) – A.D. Valongo (PT) x S.C. Tomar (PT) = 7-5 after the penalties shots (Reg 4-4, OT 0-0, Pen 3-1)

Semifinal #1 – 14th May 2022 – h 15:00 (GMT+1) – h 16:00 (CEST) – G.S.H. Trissino (IT) x Gamma Innovation H.Sarzana (IT) = 4-0

FINAL – 15th May 2022 – h 15:00 (GMT+1) – h 16:00 (CEST) – G.S.H. Trissino (IT) x A.D. Valongo (PT) = 7-5 after the penalties shots (Reg 4-4, OT 0-0, Pen 3-1)

Livescore Online on www.wseurope-rinkhockey.org/euroleague

 

HISTORY EUROLEAGUE
65-66   CP VOLTREGA’
66-67   REUS DEPORTIU
67-68   REUS DEPORTIU
68-69   REUS DEPORTIU
69-70   REUS DEPORTIU
70-71   REUS DEPORTIU
71-72   REUS DEPORTIU
72-73   FC BARCELONA
73-74   FC BARCELONA
74-75   CP VOLTREGA’
75-76   CP VOLTREGA’
76-77   SPORTING LISBONA
77-78   FC BARCELONA
78-79   FC BARCELONA
79-80   FC BARCELONA
80-81   FC BARCELONA
81-82   FC BARCELONA
82-83   FC BARCELONA
83-84   FC BARCELONA
84-85   FC BARCELONA
85-86   FC PORTO
86-87   HC LICEO LA CORUNA
87-88   HC LICEO LA CORUNA
88-89   CE NOIA
89-90   FC PORTO
90-91   OC BARCELOS
91-92   HC LICEO LA CORUNA
92-93   IGUALADA HC
93-94   IGUALADA HC
94-95   IGUALADA HC
95-96   IGUALADA HC
96-97   FC BARCELONA
97-98   IGUALADA HC
98-99   IGUALADA HC
99-00   FC BARCELONA
00-01   FC BARCELONA
01-02   FC BARCELONA
02-03   HC LICEO LA CORUNA
03-04   FC BARCELONA
04-05   FC BARCELONA
05-06   FOLLONICA HOCKEY
06-07   FC BARCELONA
07-08   FC BARCELONA (SPA)
08-09   REUS DEPORTIVO (SPA)
09-10   FC BARCELONA (SPA)
10-11   LICEO LA CORUNA (SPA)
11-12   LICEO LA CORUNA (SPA)
12-13   BENFICA
13-14   FC BARCELONA
14-15   FC BARCELONA
15-16   BENFICA
16-17   REUS DEPORTIU
17-18   FC BARCELONA
18-19   SPORTING CP
19-20   CANCELLED
20-21   SPORTING CP
21-22   TRISSINO

CLUBS RECORDS
22 Cups: FC Barcelona (SP)
8 Cups: Reus (SP)
6 Cups: Liceo (SP), Igualada (SP)
3 Cups: Voltrega (SP), Sporting CP (PT)
2 Cups: Porto (PT), Benfica (PT)

NATION RECORDS
46 Cups: Spain, last 2018
8 Cups: Portugal, last 2021
2 Cups: Italy, last 2022