It squeaked highly ugly and smelt of anything other than guldklasse, and Denmark did not manage to ride out the storm over Montenegro and gafle two points. That is far from the Box to Podgorica, where hearts are banks and hard cash, so that it pulsates under the sweaters. Also for a bunch of world champions.
Denmark lost a hard game EM-kval battle 31-32 after the 17-16 lead at the break.
the Frustrations piled up quickly, and Mikkel Hansen was decidedly fortunate that he is not already after 11 minutes were presented for the red card.
Irritated Hansen presented a somewhat flighty elbow in the face of the constant and cash eftertacklende Stefan Vujovic, there is hardly reaping a montenegrin Bodil statuette for a very delayed and dilettantisk spectacle-performance, but the French judges had seen it and sent Mikkel Hansen to serve in two minutes.
Other judges would have been hard tempted to a hectic home to peel the red cardboard up from the kortlommen in the situation. They should actually have done - but in general it was not the French fløjtenisters best match. Hopefully not...
Niklas Landin played his match number 200, and he may have enough to remember - but not for anything good. Measly one rescue had Kiel-keeper, before Nikolaj Jacobsen at long last sent Jannick Green in action five minutes before the break. Jubilaren turned back and had his and Denmark's second rescue after 40 minutes.
Nikolaj Jacobsen could just as well have made a hat stand behind a vakkelvornt Danish defence – regardless of formation. On this background it was not so dangerous to play seven against six, you can say... But nor does it skaktræk bar real fruit. The montenegrins could also score in the empty goal!
You have to admire the Lasse Svan to go from the wing, the Flensburg-the veteran was given every single time a solid push or a outright as being on the road. Fortunately, they chose French judges to sprinkle plenty of penalties and expulsion out of the account, but both Svan as Magnus Landin can with full right of appeal against the judges ' total for the tolerant line. They put really your health at stake.
Denmark led by 2-1 and 17-16 at the break. One thought, the home team would run out of petrol in the second half, but it never happened, and combined with the numerous errors, lack of pace, angrebsfejl and bad shots, it was exciting to the last.
Denmark meet Montenegro again Saturday night in a sold out Royal Arena.
Handball - 8. apr. 2019 - at. 16:15 Mikkel with the gloomy divination