Status: 25.01.2023 20:43
At the World Handball Championship held in Poland and Sweden, Denmark, Spain and Sweden certified for the semi-finals.
Handball World Cup: Denmark vs Hungary – highlights
In a one-sided match, present champion Denmark beat Hungary with a rating of 40:23 (21:12). A preliminary determination was made in Stockholm throughout the break.
Denmark’s prime thrower: Mathias Gidsel of Fuchsen Berlin with 9 objectives, adopted by Simon Pitlik with eight objectives. The Danes nonetheless have an opportunity to change into the first crew in historical past to win three consecutive world titles.
Spain received an additional time thriller towards Norway
The parallel sport between Norway and Spain in Gdansk was very dramatic. The Norwegians seemed to be the winners in regulation time. But at the final second, in the final assault, the Spaniards saved themselves with the aim of Daniel Duschebaev, 25:25 in extra time.
Here, too, there was no winner at first – 29:29 after two 5 minutes, though this time the Spaniards have been forward with just a bit time to go. A second extension ought to determine. It was additionally very attention-grabbing right here. In the finish, the Spaniards confirmed a superb consequence and received with a rating of 35:34 (29:29, 25:25, 13:12).
World Handball Championship: Norway vs Spain – highlights
The greatest shooters of the 2018 and 2020 European champions have been Alex Dushebaev and Angel Fernandez, who every scored seven objectives. Kristian Bjornsen, the greatest shooter of Norwegians, scored 9 objectives. But he missed the final alternative to equalize the rating.
Sweden beat Egypt
The host Sweden received over the Egyptians with a rating of 26:22 (14:9). In explicit, Sweden goalkeeper Andreas Palicka impressed with a collection of saves to assist the favorites attain the semi-finals towards the African champions, who will now face Germany in the placement spherical on Friday (January 27, 2023).
European champion Sweden will meet Olympic champion France in the semi-finals.
Niklas Ekberg was Sweden’s prime scorer with six objectives. Hassan Kadda and Mohsen Mahmoud scored 5 objectives for Egypt.