Friday, December 2, 2022

«The Ambühl of today is the Ambühl of yesteryear»

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Stephan Roth, Dino Kessler and Marcel Allemann

Even the start was promising. In the 6-0 win against France in Prague in 2004, the striker was on the ice for all six goals, initiated the 1-0 and scored the 6-0 in the power play himself. And after his first World Cup game, the “Südostschweiz” wrote about him then 20-year-olds: “Andres Ambühl plays faster and more pointedly than he speaks.”

It was the beginning of an 18-year World Cup journey that will culminate in a world record in the game against Canada on Saturday. On Wednesday against Slovakia, “Büeli”, as everyone calls him, drew level with German record man Udo Kiessling with his 119th World Cup appearance.

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