ODENSE, denmark (Ekstra Bladet): Denmark came not just down on the ground. There was a genuine collective belly flop in a pool empty of water!
Denmark was trailing by eight at the break – paltry 8-16 stood there on the board. The big disaster was averted with a decent effort in the final 30 minutes, and the slaughter was limited to 25-28.
Nikolaj Jacobsen's crew is appointed to the nearest official WORLD cup favorite at home, but thanks to a downturn in the Danish capital in the last test against Hungary in it, which measured over two matches officially called Bygma Cup.
Denmark played in especially the first half so poor at both ends of the pitch, it may well only ought to row to an overall third place in the tournament...
Denmark caught and smashed Hungary, of a total offday Thursday in Aarhus. The victory at 33-19, of course, was not the expression of the real standard of the hungarians, who are playing the WORLD cup in the Royal Arena against Sweden in the coming weeks.
Hungary came with the aggressiveness, while the danes went more irresolute to the fun with a attacking without the proper pace, and it seemed, frankly, like, towering Nikolaj Markussen actually let himself bonnet of the eastern european thoroughness and began to play totally sideways instead of to threaten with his shot.
the Rasmus Lauge was sent into the boards with a mavepumper already after two minutes and had to be healthy, and it can obviously not be rejected, that it was to remove all the rhythm from the Danish offensive.
Defensively there was no reason for toasting and the right hurrah. The defense baksede hard with two cubic meters of line Bence Banhidi, and Lasse Svan and Nikolaj Øris met something of a challenge in the 204 cm and the weight of crushing the hungarians that remained in focus and created numerous spaces for bagskytterne.
Niklas Landin also had just five saves in the half, but the captain was, however, thankfully able to play after his lyskeproblemer from the heating in Aarhus.
Mads Mensah got put drive and speed in the offensive, but Denmark was lagging behind in the whole 8-16 at the break. It came more speed in the futterne and more bang for your buck after a break, where there probably is vehemently spoken – and where a German national coach probably would have threatened to involve the half day off tomorrow, if there are no other buns on the gullaschen.
the Hungarians ran into many well-deserved expulsion, and the distance was shortened from eight to five and later four. It seemed obvious that the players had agreed NOT to go to the WORLD cup-the opening next Thursday, with as bad an action lying in the trunk.
Jannick Green was a classy second half with a save percentage close to 50 in a battle in which the danes first seriously checked in after a half an hour. Lasse Svan went out in the break and had to have the treatment – the extent of the damage is pt. unknown.