HERNING, denmark (Ekstra Bladet): How the hell could the team lose to Chile and so large. 24-32...
Austria is a crew with lots of middeleuropæisk middelkvalitet in all positions, and alpinisterne followed the long suit with the superiority in the guise of the Norway on a Monday evening in the Box. But Norway pulled the plug home with the victory at 34-24.
the Austrians bed to 10-10, when Norway beat a modest hole at the three and led 16-13 at the break. The difference was slowly but surely developed through the second half, and the forpustede austrians had to definitely get rid taken at 20-16.
Then sovsede they seem to in fatigue, and Norway – with Sander Sagosen and all from A chain – could drive a victory home on the mountain. Denmark should of course not get in trouble with Austria on Tuesday evening, but there may well lurk a task in the bl.a. to fit on the 125 kilos of strong Tobias Wagner on the line.
The 23-year-old bear is not exactly any of the alpine-express, and should also preferably be content with running attack and out on the bench. Austria has other good cards in veteranfløjen Robert Weber, for the daily klubkammerat with Jannick Green in Magdeburg and a proven goal-getter over the course of several seasons in the Bundesliga.
the left hand Janko Bozovic, like the Weber hit 33 on the birth certificate, but he swings continue labben with a certain force and toxicity, and the young THW Kiel-player Mykola Bilyk, 22, is also not made of papier-mache.
Austria slammed a transition 42-year-old Nikola Marinovic on the box with some success. The goalkeeper, who plays with glasses, shone, for example, to tweak a penalty from Sander Sagosen.
It was a different keeper-switch, that really helped a Norwegian team with many technical errors in time for seriousness in the fight. The former TTH-goalkeeper Torbjørn Bergerud had no great day in the Box, but the ex-GOG-goalkeeper Espen Christensen took to turn nicely from when he was sent into action in the first half.
Espen Christensen was hit hard in the face from point blank range the other day, when a saudi springfyr at 11-22 jumped freely into the box and fired the ball directly in the teeth on the keeper. It cost a broken tooth and a visit to the dentist on Sunday.
But on the pitch there were almost no holes...
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