World Handball Championship: Denmark beat Hungary to reach the semi-finals

With a powerful efficiency in opposition to Hungary, Denmark reached the semi-finals of the World Handball Championship. Mathias Gidsel, who scored 9 targets, was named the greatest participant of the 40:23 (21:12) recreation for the world champion.

Strong efficiency: Mathias Gidsel.

World champions Denmark needed to get uncontrolled in a record-breaking recreation in opposition to Hungary. Only three minutes later, Mate Lekai scored a free kick from seven meters into the exterior objective. As anticipated, the recreation on the rim was a trump card for the Magyars, with Denmark main the approach from behind with Mathias Gidsel, Mikkel Hansen and Simon Pitlik.

The director was additionally answerable for his workforce’s first objective with a rating of 4:3 (ninth), after Lekay put the third penalty over the objective. However, Denmark was frozen when the Hungarians made a small mistake. A fast transition recreation was largely accomplished by left winger Emil Jacobsen, who additionally made it 8:4 (twelfth).

Hungary additionally failed to capitalize on double time penalties in opposition to Mikkel Hansen and Hnerik Mollgaard to shut the hole considerably. Instead, Denmark prolonged its lead with even numbers and had a seven-goal lead at 19:12 (27 in) when coach Chema Rodriguez determined to give the halftime wake-up name throughout the second timeout. But he couldn’t beat Denmark, he entered the cabins with a rating of 21:12.

The Danes are clearly transferring away

Immediately after the restart, Denmark moved into double digits. And whereas Nikolay Jacobsen’s face was brighter, Chema Rodríguez’s face grew to become darker – Gidsel’s breit gave the world champion 25:13 (thirty fourth) and didn’t take his foot off the fuel pedal.

At least Hungary had a enjoyable second with Pedro Rodríguez’s Kempa trick on Richard Bodo 31:18 (forty third), even when there was no rigidity in the recreation.

Nikolaj Jakobsen made one other substitution at half-time, bringing on Jacob Holm from Berlin and Simon Hald and Kevin Moller from Flensburg. The semi-final was now not doubtful, Holm 36:22, Lucas Jørgensen 38:22 (fifty fifth) and a 40-goal rating from GOG in the final minute. last rating 40:23 crack.

Denmark – Hungary 40:23 (21:12)

Denmark: N. Landin, Ok. Möller – Gidsel 9, Pitlik 8, E.M. Jacobsen 5, Kirkelökke 5, M. Hansen 4/1, Saugstrup Jensen 4, Holm 2, Jorgensen 2, M. Landin 1, A Plogw Hansen, Hald Jensen, Larsen, Lauge Schmidt, Mollgard Jensen
Hungary: Mickler, Szekely – Bodo 6, Lekai 6/3, Boka 3, Rosta 3/1, Anchin 2, Rodriguez 2, Sita 1, Banhidi, Buydoso, Hanush, Ilic, Ligetvari, Sipos, Shelosi
Referee: Arthur Brunner (Switzerland)/Morad Salah (Switzerland)
Viewers: 11 338
penalty minutes: 6 / 8
Disqualification: – / –

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