Switzerland continued their fine form at the World Men's Curling Championship in Calgary as they beat hosts Canada to move joint top of the standings.
Benoit Schwarz's rink endured a tight battle with Brendan Bottcher's Canada, with the two teams trading scores to tie 4-4 after ten ends.
In the extra end the Swiss managed a steal of two to bag a huge 6-4 victory to give them their fourth win from four - joining Norway at the top of the standings.
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"We were a lot better than them," joked Swiss skip Schwarz.
"No, that's not true. It was a very good game. They're a super strong team; we're extremely happy, we're going to enjoy this for a bit."
Elsewhere in the first session of day three, defending champions Sweden came through another tight affair as they beat Russia 8-7.
This game also went to an extra end with Swedish skip Niklas Edin nailing an open hit to secure a crucial point in overtime.
Meanwhile, United States saw off Japan 10-5 while Italy ensured Germany remain winless with a 9-3 triumph.
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