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Swiss hockey juniors knocked out

The Czech Republic's Zdenek Blatny (centre) celebrates his first period goal against the Swiss

(Keystone)

Switzerland's junior ice hockey team have been knocked out of the quarterfinals at the Under-20 World Championships in Moscow.

Jakob Kölliker's side were beaten 4-3 in Moscow by the Czech Republic and will now have to compete for fifth place.

The Swiss youngsters had led the Czechs 3-2 going into the final period but then let in three goals in less than three minutes.

Kloten's 19-year-old forward Sébastien Reuille scored two of the goals with 18-year-old La Chaux-de-Fonds' player Thibaut Monnet grabbing the third.

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