Putting Dutch footballers into the World Cup more hopeless due to fresh defeat | right Now

The Dutch curling men again suffered a defeat at the World Championships in Calgary on Tuesday. National coach Shari Liebert’s side lost 4-10 to defending champion Sweden.

Gaining a place in the top six countries and thus direct placement of the 2022 Olympic Games was no longer possible for the Netherlands, with Jaap Van Dorp being the jump.

With only seven defeats and one win, the Netherlands was in the fourteenth and final place. Germany, which has played one game less, is the only other country to have won one game.

With a place outside the top six, the chance of getting a ticket to the Beijing Games hasn’t completely disappeared for the Orange. There will be a final qualifying tournament for the Olympics.

Soccer players, who have finished 11th, 10th and 10th respectively in the previous three World Cups, are still playing against Germany, Japan, Switzerland, the United States and Italy in the current World Cup.

Stand WK curling

  • 1. Norway – 6 wins, 1 loss
  • 2. Russia – 6 wins, 2 defeats
  • 3. Sweden – 6 wins, 2 defeats
  • 4. Canada – 5 wins, 2 losses
  • 5. Switzerland – 5 wins, 2 losses
  • 6. Scotland – 5 wins, 2 losses
  • 7. The United States – 5 wins, 3 defeats
  • 8. Italy – 4 wins, 3 defeats
  • 9. Japan – 2 wins, 5 defeats
  • 10. Denmark – 2 wins, 5 defeats
  • 11. South Korea – 2 wins, 6 defeats
  • 12. China – 2 wins, 6 defeats
  • 13. Germany – 1 win, 6 defeats
  • 14. Netherlands – 1 win, 7 defeats
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