up was JNJ Russia A against JNJ Serbia. JNJ
Russia A had looked in fine form in their opening
game as they produced a convincing 2-0 win.
JNJ Serbia would be a tougher prospect based
upon Prague 2012. The Serbian team had a solid
if not spectacular start with a 0-0 draw.
Russia A continued from where they left off
from Round 1 as they quickly established a 2-0
lead as Vladimir Dozoshenkov and Artem Khodas
found the net. In the second half JNJ Serbia
got off the mark for the tournament when Aleksander
Drobnjak scored their first goal of the tournament.
It was to prove a mere consolation though as
Andrey Sheremetyev and Artem Khodas added to
the Russian tally and they won 4-0.
Russia A were sitting proudly on top of Group
B. JNJ Serbia had a lot of work to do if they
were to emulate their Cup performance from Prague.