HERNING, denmark (Ekstra Bladet): Quite as expected was Chile, not no great challenge for Norway, who now have maximum points in the group.
the Norwegians are so ready to mellemrunden in the last match against Denmark on Thursday night in the Box. The showdown will also be gruppefinalen on two very important points.
Chile laid the otherwise optimistic out against Norway with a fast moving attacking, and south americans came by to 4-4. But gradually they got physically stronger norwegians tamed their opponents. At the break was Norway comfortably in front with a 21-12, and so was the struggle in fact, settled. The end result was 41-20.
It should also be mentioned that the Norwegian coach Christian Berge, had his biggest stars, with Sander Sagosen in the lead, playing the entire first half. Berge would not risk any outcome.
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Sander Sagosen played the entire first half and helped to create the safe lead at the break. Photo: Jens Dresling
so far, Norway has swept all resistance aside, and it is by the use of well-known virtues. The Norwegian kontraspil is world class, and the team scores an average of well over 10 goals in every match on the account.
the Quick centre is a other Norwegian weapons. So we, in many cases, against Chile. Quite a few seconds after the chileans had scored, lay the ball in their own netmasker. Here is the Norwegian captain Bjarte Myrhol is a central actor. He is in both thought and action, all the time one step ahead.
Norway has for many years had good fløjspillere, and at this finals, we've got seen a new ones.
The 18-year-old Alexander Blonz from Viking in the second best Norwegian series is a kæmpetalent, which has gained more and playing through the WORLD cup finals, and against Chile ended up as his team's top scorer with eight goals.
The young Blonz play in shirt number 71. It is to commemorate his grandfather, who died 71-year-old.
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