Handball EM: Norways thick exclamation mark in front of DHB

Main Round Group II: Norway’s warning to Germany

In the German main round group runner-up won Sweden in the afternoon safely against the previously surprisingly strong Russia with 29:23 (16:13) and now the Russians 2: 2 points on the board.

Best Swedish launcher before 1667 spectators in Bratislava was Hampus tub. The left outside of the SG Flensburg-Handewitt sunk nine his ten attempts. Sweden is on Sunday (18 o’clock, live! At Sweden) Third main round opponent of the DHB selection. Russia is ready to conclude on Tuesday.

On Thursday evening, the up to date did not fully convincing Norwegians have an impressive statement success. The poles pronounced against the German team came violently at 31:42 (15:21) under the wheels. It struck a record: To date, the rule laid down by several teams scoring record was a European Championship with 41 hits in a game.

Already at the break, the German neighbor with six goals was back, after switching Sander Sagosen & Co. but still a walk up. The Kiel Sagosen, who had founded in the preliminary round, scored nine goals at ten attempts. He was surpassed only from two exterior players: For Norway, the left out of the tournament so far left Sebastian Barthold ten hits (with ten experiments), exactly the same statistics pointed Poland’s rights Arkadius Moryto.

excited Gidsel – France dominated: Main Round Group I

In Budapest, Mitfavorit Croatia had to plug in a surprisingly significant defeat in the afternoon. The team decimated from a number of corona-reduced failures underlay Montenegro with 26:32 (9:15) and with 0: 4 points only small opportunities on the semifinals. Best scenes of the Croats was on the right Ivan Cupic (seven hits). For Montenegro Branko and Milos Vujovic also met seven times.

In the early evening game, the French made short process with surprise team Netherlands. After a lot one-sided, especially after break, a 34:23 (15:12) success for Les Experts. At the record world champion, the 24-year-old playmaker Aymeric Minne met eight times. Netherlands scored Magdeburg Kay Smits and Dani Baijens four gates.

In the late evening game, Denmark bounced the traditionally uncomfortable Iceland at 28:24 (17:14) success. At the favorite, the sooner Berlin Mathias Gidsel, who achieved nine goals in ten attempts and was rightly elected to Man of the Match. In the Islanders, once more Magdeburg’s left-handed Omar Ingi Magnusson went forward, but his eight goals were ultimately too little to overthrow the European champion of 2008 and 2012.

Poland – Norway 31:42 (15:21)

Poland Kornecki 1, Zembrzycki – Moryto 7.10, Sicko 6, Dawydzik 3, Czuwara 2, Jedraszczyk 2, Przybylski 2, Syprzak 2, Beckman 1, Daszek 1, Pilitowski 1
Norway: Bergerud, Säveras – Barthold 10/3, Sagosen 9, Björnsen 8, Gulliksen 3, Thorsteinsen Toft 3, Tönnesen 3, O’Sullivan 2, Gullerud 1, pure Child 1, Solstad 1, Överby 1
Referee: Arthur Brunner (Switzerland) / Morad Salah (Switzerland)
Attendance: 1682
penalty minutes: 6/12
Disqualification: \ – / –

Denmark – Iceland 28:24 (17:14)

Denmark: N. Landin, Möller – Gidsel 9, M. Hansen 5/4, Svan 5, E. M. Jakobsen 4/2, SAUGSTRUP 3, M. Landin 1, liquor Schmidt 1
Iceland: Björgvinsson, Hallgrímsson – O. I. Magnusson 8/1, Smarason 4, Asgeirsson 3, Arnarsson 2, Einarsson 2, Thorkelsson 2, Gudjonsson 1, Ingason 1, Vidarsson 1
Referee: Mirza Kurtagić (Sweden) / Mattias Wetterwik (Sweden)
Attendance: 5060
penalty minutes: 8/12
Disqualification: \ – / –

France – Netherlands 34:24 (15:12)

France: Gerard, Pardin – Minne 8, Tournat 5, Descat 3/1, N. Karabatic 3, Mahe 3, Richardson 3, Lagarde 2, Mem 2, Nahi 2, Porte 2, Fabregas 1
Netherlands: Ravensbergen 1, Eijlers – Baijens 4, Smits 4/1, Jansen 3 Ten Velde 3/1, Benghamen 2, Smit 2, Stavast 2, Falcon 1, Schagen 1, block 1 L.
Referee: Robert Schulze (Magdeburg) / Tobias Tönnies (Stendal)
Attendance: 5055
penalty minutes: 12/8
Disqualification: \ – / –

Russia – Sweden 23:29 (13:16)

Russia: Gruschko, Kireew – Ermakow 5, Andreev 4, kornew 3, Santalow 3, Kamenev 2, Schitnikow 2, Soroka 2/2, Ostaschchenko 1, Vinogradov 1
Sweden Palicka, Thulin – 9/4 pan, Chrintz 5, Lagergren 3, Claar 2, Gottfridsson 2, 2 Johansson, F. Pettersson 2, Bergendahl 1, Carlsbogard 1, Persson 1, Sandell 1
Referee: Bojan Lah (Slovenia) / David Sok (Slovenia)
Attendance: 1667
penalty minutes: 6/2
Disqualification: \ – / –

Montenegro – Croatia 32:26 (15: 9)

Montenegro: Matovic, N. Simic – B. Vujovic 7, M. Vujovic 7/1, Grbovic 5, Cavor 4, Sevaljevic 4, Lasica 2, Andjelic 1, Cepic 1, Kaludjerovic 1 Kroatien: Alilovic, Pesic – Cupic 7/4, Cindric 5, Sipic 3, Gadza 2, Jelinic 2, Lucin 2, Nacinovic 2, D. Mandic 1, Maric 1, Martinovic 1 Schiedrichter: Lars Jorum (Norwegen) / Havard Kleven (Norwegen) zuschauer: 5037 Strafminuten: 12/6 Disqualification: \ – / –

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