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Euro handball: Germany bounces back by beating Iceland

Germany bounced back in the main round of its Euro by showering Iceland (26-24) on Thursday in Cologne, where Hungary fell for the first time in the competition, against Austria (30-29) in this same group I.

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Euro handball: Germany bounces back by beating Iceland

Germany bounced back in the main round of its Euro by showering Iceland (26-24) on Thursday in Cologne, where Hungary fell for the first time in the competition, against Austria (30-29) in this same group I.

France's Nikola Karabatic, new record holder for goals in the history of the Euro after his five goals in the victory against Croatia (34-32), occupies first place.

But the second qualifying place for the semi-finals, currently occupied by Austria (3 pts), appears open. The Nationalmannschaft, beaten by the Blues on Tuesday (33-30), relied heavily on its goalkeeper Andreas Wolff, once again there against Iceland (12 saves including 3 penalties, 33%). At the front, his center half Juri Knorr has assumed, at 23, his status as attacking leader and star of the team for this Euro at home (6 goals and four assists).

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