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Euro handball: Denmark and Sweden still flawless

The Danes, led by their right Mathias Gidsel (10 goals), inflicted a lesson on the Netherlands (39-27) who cracked after holding on until half-time (18-17).

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Euro handball: Denmark and Sweden still flawless

The Danes, led by their right Mathias Gidsel (10 goals), inflicted a lesson on the Netherlands (39-27) who cracked after holding on until half-time (18-17). The only downside is the injury to their winger Emil Jakobsen. In the process, the Swedes made short work of the Slovenes (28-22), who had made a strong impression in the first round by beating Norway (28-27), far from their expected level.

Sander Sagosen's team has in fact confirmed its current turbulence by losing to Portugal (37-32) and is already almost eliminated. Nantes right winger Pedro Portela particularly shone with an 8/8 shooting. A clash at the top between Sweden and Denmark is looming on Friday (8:30 p.m.) for first place in the group: “It will be a great classic,” predicts Gidsel. “We’re looking forward to it.”

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