Thursday, October 5, 2023

Marco Antilla was narrowly saved from a dangerous situation – a heart-wrenching receipt from Sweden: “The collision would have been worse for the ice machine”


Jakob Silfverberg, who rescued Morco-Marco, commented on the dire situation.

Sweden captain Jakob Silfverberg told Expressen his view of Monday’s dramatic situation. Marco Antilla had to stay under the ice machine before the match between Legion and Trey Kronor.

Finland’s captain Antilla told Ilta-Sanom after the match that Silverberg had warned him about the coming Zamboni.

READ MORE: Sweden captain saves Marco Antilla from horrific crash – “Don’t, don’t, don’t!”

– We were in the middle of a shootout, and the snow machines were clearing the snow. Antilla looked back and skated on. The snow machine was about to crush him. “I caught Antilla and that’s when he caught sight of the plane,” Silverberg told Expressen.

– It’s so close that Antilla didn’t get a proper clap.

The Swede was asked whether the 203-centimetre-tall Morco would even bother to work the ice machine.

– Haha, maybe the collision would have been worse for the Ice Machine.

Finland lost to Sweden in the shootout. The Lions will play against France on Wednesday. Sweden continues the tournament on Thursday with a match against Hungary.

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