China sit top of World Para Ice Hockey Championships B-Pool after a second thrashing ©Getty Images

China won their second game in a row on the second day of the World Para Ice Hockey Championships B-Pool in Östersund, again scoring double digits, this time to defeat Finland 12-0.

Following an 18-0 victory over Poland on the opening day, the Chinese team made it 30 goals unanswered.

Li Hong Guan scored a hat-trick, while Shen Yi Feng and Zhu Zhan Fu scored two goals each.

China scored nine goals in the first period, started by Song Xiao Dong, while Shen and Zhu notched braces.

Li got on the scoresheet twice in the second period and completed his hat-trick in the third period.

Wang Zhi Dong, Cui Yu Tao, Tian Jin Tao and Wang Ju Jiang all bagged a goal each too.

In the opening game of the day, Japan bounced back from defeat yesterday to beat Poland 10-0.

Masaharu Kumagai was the player of the match with five goals and Yudai Ishikawa scored two.

Yoshihiro Shioya, Kazuyoshi Niitsu and Nao Kodama all scored one goal each to complete the rout.

In the final game of the day, hosts Sweden lost 3-1 to Germany.

The top seeds were given a shock, despite taking the lead in the second period through Peter Nilsson.

Bas Disveld equalised minutes later, before Bernhard Hering gave the Germans the lead.

Ingo Kuhli-Lauenstein made it three by the end of the second period and his team maintained their advantage after a goalless final period.