HERNING, denmark (Ekstra Bladet): world Champion in the cold!
But Niklas Landin was fortunately completely awesome, as Denmark is quite according to the book beat Austria with a 28-17 after 11-8 at the break.
we thought We had seen the worst in andendagsgildet against Hungary up to the WORLD cup and in match three against Saudi Arabia, but it was just a lie. It lasted 25 minutes, before Nikolaj Jacobsen's overnervøse soldiers found themselves and especially each other in the fight against Austria. The first so-called ’normal’ and in any case european opponent at the finals.
Denmark won, however, once a ciffermæssigt comfortable victory, but it's ominous news that that is very much can go ’nerves’ in it.
They can thank a after all, good-humoured defence and Niklas Landin, who was in goal, and he was in the country with a spaceship and just wanted to show Herning and the world, how to close a cage down and curl alpine shooters entirely. It would have fitted in beautifully to the story, if he after the demonstration was brought home to his alien planet by a ufo.
he was, thankfully, not. We will also need him in the continuation, we can safely make.
Ten saves before the break. Two penalties and vildmands-radiance, when he in the austrian outnumber plucked a ball and with largest matter of course spill it down in the empty goal, as with the fists to drøne around at the IFH-blue floor-to galvanize peers and spectators.
Although he was totally where HE should be.
Mikkel Hansen seemed stressed and perhaps also overtændt, fired the loose and was picked up, made mistakes and hammered a penalties on the crossbar. Lasse Svan burned three in a row, two on Kristian Pilipovic’ feet and one on the post, and was ripped out. Magnus Landin hit the post... the First half was a catalogue of burnt chances from all angles. TEN in total!
And how often it happens just that Denmark is lagging behind 2-5 after a quarter of an hour? Against Austria...
Well, the grief was joy turned. The trick was bl.a. to pick the best man out there and play seven against six, and slowly ate up the red army into and past the Austria, not least in virtue of the Rasmus Lauges courageous raids of the breakthrough and versus and in the role of eternal fightende guide dog.
The last 35 minutes looked like Denmark fortunately, Denmark, and the crowd in the Box must have the praise, to which steadily and loudly was backed up.
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