65th Nations Cup

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2013 65th Nations Cup
Montreux Tournament
Tournament details
Host country Switzerland
Dates 27–31 March
Teams (from 4 confederations)
Final positions
Champions  Portugal (17th title)
Runners-up  Spain
Third place  Angola
Fourth place  Germany
Tournament statistics
Matches played 20
Goals scored 155 (7.75 per match)
Top scorer(s) Portugal Jorge Silva
2011
2015

The 65th Nations Cup in roller hockey was the 2013 edition of the Nations Cup. The competition was hosted as normal in Montreux from 27 to 31 March 2013.[1] Portugal won it 17th trophy, the third consecutive and the respective Marcel Monney Award.

Group stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Angola Angola 3 3 0 0 11 5 6 9
Germany Germany 3 1 1 1 7 8 -1 4
France France 3 0 2 1 5 8 -3 2
Switzerland Switzerland 3 0 1 2 8 10 -2 1
March 27, 2013
17:30 CET
France France 1 – 1 Switzerland Switzerland Le Pierrier - Clarens, Montreux

March 27, 2013
19:00 CET
Germany Germany 0 – 2 Angola Angola Le Pierrier - Clarens, Montreux

MArch 28, 2013
17:30 CET
Angola Angola 4 – 1 France France Le Pierrier - Clarens, Montreux

March 28, 2013
22:00 CET
Germany Germany 4 – 3 Switzerland Switzerland Le Pierrier - Clarens, Montreux

March 29, 2013
19:00 CET
Angola Angola 5 – 4 Switzerland Switzerland Le Pierrier - Clarens, Montreux

March 29, 2013
20:00 CET
Germany Germany 3 – 3 France France Le Pierrier - Clarens, Montreux

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Spain Spain 3 3 0 0 16 7 9 9
Portugal Portugal 3 2 0 1 27 8 19 6
Brazil Brazil 3 1 0 2 7 23 -16 3
Switzerland Montreux HC 3 0 0 3 3 15 -12 0
March 27, 2013
20:30 CET
Portugal Portugal 7 – 1 Switzerland Montreux HC Le Pierrier - Clarens, Montreux

March 27, 2013
22:00 CET
Spain Spain 7 – 1 Brazil Brazil Le Pierrier - Clarens, Montreux

March 28, 2013
19:00 CET
Spain Spain 4 – 2 Switzerland Montreux HC Le Pierrier - Clarens, Montreux

March 28, 2013
20:30 CET
Portugal Portugal 16 – 2 Brazil Brazil Le Pierrier - Clarens, Montreux

March 29, 2013
17:30 CET
Brazil Brazil 4 – 0 Switzerland Montreux HC Le Pierrier - Clarens, Montreux

March 29, 2013
20:30 CET
Spain Spain 5 – 4 Portugal Portugal Le Pierrier - Clarens, Montreux

Final Phase[edit]

5th-8th places[edit]

Semi-finals Final
30 March -
 Switzerland Switzerland  3  
 Brazil Brazil  5  
 
31 March -
     Brazil Brazil  1
   France France  8
Third place
30 March - 31 March -
 France France  4  Switzerland Switzerland  3
 Switzerland Montreux HC  2    Switzerland Montreux HC  4

Champion[edit]

Semi-finals Final
30 March -
 Angola Angola  1  
 Portugal Portugal  7  
 
31 March -
     Portugal Portugal  4(5)G
   Spain Spain  4(4)P
Third place
30 March - 31 March -
 Germany Germany  5  Angola Angola  6
 Spain Spain  9    Germany Germany  3

Semifinals[edit]

March 30, 2013
18:00 CET
Angola Angola 1-7 Portugal Portugal Le Pierrier - Clarens, Montreux

March 30, 2013
20:00 CET
Germany Germany 5-9 Spain Spain Le Pierrier - Clarens, Montreux

Final[edit]

March 31, 2013
20:00 CET
Portugal Portugal 4-4 (a.e.t.) Spain Spain
1-1 Ricardo oliveira "Caio"
2-2 Ricardo Barreiros
3-2 Ricardo Barreiros
4-4 Ricardo oliveira "Caio
0-1 Tony Perez
1-2 Marc Olle
3-3 Enric Torner
4-3 Enric Torner
  Penalties  
Ricardo Oliveira "Caio" Penalty missed
Ricardo Barreiros Penalty missed
Helder Nunes Penalty missed
Joao Rodrigues Penalty missed
Gonçalo Alves Penalty scored
1-0 Penalty missed Tony Perez
Penalty missed Cristian Rodrigues
Penalty missed Xavier Barroso
Penalty missed P. Bargallo
Penalty missed Enric Torner
Le Pierrier - Clarens, Montreux

Final ranking[edit]

Lugar Seleção
Gold medal icon.svg Portugal Portugal
Silver medal icon.svg Spain Spain
Bronze medal icon.svg Angola Angola
4 Germany Germany
5 France France
6 Brazil Brazil
7 Switzerland Montreux HC
8 Switzerland Switzerland
Winners 2013 Nations Cup
Portugal
PORTUGAL
17º

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