Handball World Championship – Germany will play Norway within the remaining recreation of the principle spherical. All DHB group recreation info is now obtainable stay:
- World Handball Championship: Germany and Norway meet on Monday (January 23).
- DHB can be in search of a group win towards Norway.
- Germany – Norway: 2nd half is underway.
Germany – Norway 25:27 (16:18)
|rating factors||After 5 minutes 2:4, after 10 minutes 6:7, after quarter-hour 9:10, after 20 minutes 11:13, after 25 minutes 15:16, after half-hour 16:18, after 35 minutes 18:20, 19 :20 after 40 minutes, 21:22 after 45 minutes, 23:24 after 50 minutes, 25:26 after 55 minutes|
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56 minutes: Bergerud saved and Norway scored once more – 25:27.
54 minutes: Red card towards Witzke. Bittersweet for the DHB group. A corresponding seven meters results in 25:25.
52 minutes: Germany, who took the primary lead, goes to the final stage of this recreation – 25:24.
52 minutes: And underneath Kolbacher’s management! 25:24 – Norway takes a timeout.
51 minutes: M’Bengue equalized! 24:24.
49 minutes: Norway is very efficient in entrance of objective. So it is going to be very tough for the DHB group – 22:24.
49 minutes: 21:23 Gislason takes a timeout.
45 minutes: Two-minute penalty towards Johannessen from Norway – 20:22.
42 minutes: Compensation! Witzke will achieve this at 8:20 p.m. There’s hearth right here now!
40 minutes: Bergerud makes DHB’s attackers determined. The Norwegian goalkeeper is good within the recreation – 19:20.
35 minutes: DHB group within the majority, Kohlbacher equalizes the factor within the circle within the internet – 18:20.
35 minutes: Norway is again to regular right here – 17:20.
31 minutes: The second half is over.
World Handball Championship: Germany and Norway – this is how the primary half went
Halftime in Katowice: DHB group 16:18 behind Norway. It’s nonetheless vast open right here, after all, however Alfred Gislason’s facet want to enhance defensively. We will contact you instantly!
29 minutes: Next up: Can DHB go in on the break degree?
29 minutes: Ended Norwegian time – 16:16.
27 minutes: Wolff takes his second penalty – this time towards Sagosen. Then comes the essential equalizer – 16:16.
23 minutes: Germany is taking a break.
20 minutes: Knorr scored his sixth objective – 11:13.
17 minutes: Strong! Wolf returns the ball seven meters to Bartold.
16 minutes: DHB is struggling right here within the early phases, Norway is higher within the recreation.
10 minutes: And Wolff matches the parade immediately, as an alternative of 6:7.
9 minutes: Gislason managed to make a change in objective: Wolf got here on for Birlech.
8 minutes: Norway maintains a two-goal lead – 4-6.
5 minutes: Former nationwide soccer participant Podolski is watching the sport stay on the positioning right this moment.
3 minutes: Loven-Star Grotsky missed first, in flip gave a blow to Norway – 1:3.
1 minute: Bjornsen and Damke scored the primary objectives of the sport – 1:1.
1 minute: The recreation is on – let’s go!
20:26: As ordinary, the nationwide anthem is performed first.
20:20: Both groups come to the plate.
World Handball Championship stay right this moment: Germany vs Norway
The German handball gamers, who reached the quarter-finals of the World Championship prematurely, do not need a most popular opponent within the play-off spherical. “It does not matter if it is towards Spain or France,” nationwide coach Alfred Gislason stated after the 33:26 (15:12) win towards the Netherlands in Katowice. Before that, there is the final recreation of the principle spherical towards one other world-class group: on Monday (January 23 / 20:30) DHB will face the Norwegians, who certified for the quarter-finals.
“Obviously, we are going to strategy the sport towards Norway as now we have executed all of the video games thus far, we need to win it. But, after all, we nonetheless attempt to separate the forces,” Gislason says. The final place in the principle spherical group will resolve whether or not to face Olympic champions France or European Championship runners-up Spain in Gdańsk on Wednesday (January 25). (no)