Slovakia followed up on the good impression left last week in Belgium and bagged another three points.
Milan Bencz paced the winning side with 11 points while Thomas Zass of Austria top scored in the game with 14.
“It was a good game and all players delivered a good performance. However, I would like to single out our opposite Milan Bencz who was our best player today even though he has been suffering an injury on his Achilles heel. We did not start that good but we improved and are happy with the win”, Slovakia’s head coach Stefan Chrtiansky said.
“We started good but we lost control of the game quite quickly and did not find any consistency in attack. We were playing under pressure all the time and had difficulties with our offensive game” added Austria’s mentor Michael Warm.
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