the women have set themselves on håndboldtronen. After the victory over Russia in a splendid EM-finale in Paris, France is now both European and world Champions, and one can only have respect for the way the hosts have tackled this EM tournament at the.
on the French team is extremely big. The experienced and very sharp coach, Olivier Krumbholz, uses the like, and bravely he plays the furthest seats from the bench in crucial situations.
obviously to run the russians tender, and the tactic proved to hold all the way home. Russia is also a great crew, but Evgenii Trefilov does not have quite the same width, the same as its French counterpart.
the tournament has Trefilov pulled the big bills on the in my eyes best player in the world. The name a Anna Vyakhireva. A spirrevip on good a meter and sixty, but a giant in the håndboldmæssig sense.
managed France to neutralize in large periods of the match, and it is yet another explanation of the fact that it went France's way. There is further explanation, and I will return to. First I need to congratulate both finalehold.
for kvindehåndbolden could not wish for. With more than 14,000 festive spectators in Bercy hall in Paris and with the world's two best teams on the field, was placed in the oven to a nice conclusion at the EM finals.
the week of christmas we got the nicest gift of boldvirtuoserne from France and Russia. Two teams along the way in the tournament made it ugly by Denmark. In the final we were once again underlined, that Klavs Bruun Jørgensen's troops have much to learn yet.
is the technical error. In several of the initial battles of the EM performance of Denmark, both 17 and 18, technical errors. It goes without saying that it is difficult to win matches at this level.
between France and Russia had the French hosts just two technical errors in the course of the first 30 minutes. Russia made five, and it was the reason why the russians hung upon through the entire halftime. Yet the distance never more than two goals.
by the second half it was increased to three, and it was, again, that the russians threw more balls away. Total ended up France in just four technical errors, while Russia made nine. In such close matches, which is at the final stages, it is the small errors that can decide things.
be the lesson for Danish handball. A way to minimize the many errors are more fællestræninger, multiple joints, and on the whole more of a focus on the national team. Otherwise, we will never stand a in a finale, as the France and Russia fought on the most beautiful show in Bercy in Paris. A match which was well managed by the two Danish judges Line Hesseldal Hansen and Karina Christiansen.