Ratings and individual reviews for Germany vs Norway

  • Germany vs Norway: Ratings and Personal Criticism

    The German handball workforce misplaced for the primary time in its sixth sport on the World Championship. After a 26:28 (16:18) sport in opposition to Norway, the DHB workforce completed the principle spherical in second place and will now face France within the quarterfinals. Against the Scandinavians, Germany misplaced hope primarily due to the opposing goalkeepers. All DHB stars in a private overview:

  • TOR: Joel Birlehm - Class 4.5

    TOR: Joel Birlehm – Class 4.5

    The German began in aim however failed to show away any of his first eight pictures, a few of which have been centered. Early deflections for Wolfe and did not return to the web as the sport progressed.

  • Andreas Wolf - 1.5 class

    Andreas Wolf – 1.5 class

    Gislason responded early and, after 9 minutes, ordered Wolff between the posts. Made the primary save within the first assault – eight extra adopted. In addition, two seven meters cannot be beat. He generally missed the energetic efficiency of the lads in entrance of him.

  • OUTSIDE: Patrick Grotzky - Grade 4.0

    OUTSIDE: Patrick Grotzky – Grade 4.0

    Ahead of his four-hundredth worldwide aim, the anniversary aim got here ten minutes later. After that, he hardly ever participated within the sport, largely ready in useless for hints.

  • Rune Dahmke - Class 3.5

    Rune Dahmke – Class 3.5

    Starts for Mertens, who’s barely battered. In the sport itself, he transformed three quarters of the ball he threw within the first half. Careful in protection, received two essential balls. Considerably pale within the second spherical – and glad along with his throws.

  • RIGHT: Kai Hafner - Class 5.0

    RIGHT: Kai Hafner – Class 5.0

    Played offensively on the proper court docket, however the night was very intense. A technical error, a ahead error and a step error value Germany three assaults. He conceded twice for one aim.

  • Christoph Steinert - Class 4.0

    Christoph Steinert – Class 4.0

    First solely in protection, later in each instructions on the plate. Easily received in lots of Norwegian achievements. In entrance of the opponent’s aim, he scored the primary aim with the final siren, with none actual emphasis.

  • Jibril M'Bengue - Grade 3.0

    Jibril M’Bengue – Grade 3.0

    After 40 minutes, the German introduced a brand new, stabilizing component to the defensive sport. The relationship within the circle with Kohlbacher gave nice outcomes. However, the principle weak point in its levels is that solely 40 % are accomplished on-line.

  • MIDDLE ROOM: Yuri Knorr - 2.5th grade

    MIDDLE ROOM: Yuri Knorr – 2.fifth grade

    Without the 22-year-old soccer participant, the German assault would have been defeated. Had an amazing sport, together with seven targets within the first half. After that, nevertheless, it was dropped from the idea, finally leading to 5 misses.

  • Simon Ernst - Class 4.0

    Simon Ernst – Class 4.0

    If the protection stepped up halfway via the primary half, it wasn’t the identical as in earlier video games. Received a reprimand from Gislason for his semi-passive defensive conduct.

  • Luca Witzke - Grade 3.5

    Luca Witzke – Grade 3.5

    It was up and down for the Leipziger: he injured his hip a bit at first, however was in a position to proceed enjoying. Then he scored two essential targets and shone along with his combating achievements. I noticed a purple card with six minutes to go for some powerful defending.

  • LEFT: Julian Koster - Class 3.0

    LEFT: Julian Koster – Class 3.0

    Very energetic in protection and assault and tried to not permit the Norwegian court docket gamers to extend their pace. At the start of the second half, he spent his greatest interval when lowering the variety of opponents. Too hasty together with your levels.

  • Philip Weber - 4.5 class

    Philip Weber – 4.5 class

    The Magdeburg participant was concerned in some assaults however by no means took management of the sport. During its very brief interval of use, there have been few really profitable makes an attempt.

  • Circle: Johannes Golla - Class 3.0

    Circle: Johannes Golla – Class 3.0

    The captain’s begin is weak, he misses two throws instantly. Then took a brief break and got here again stronger on the finish of the primary half. Too open defensively within the interior block, Norway gratefully accepted many gaps – which improved as the sport went on.

  • Yannick Kolbacher - Grade 2.5

    Yannick Kolbacher – Grade 2.5

    Only typically at first, usually later within the sport. Worked in circles, however solely had just a few hints. He nonetheless scored three targets and, together with Witzke, was the one DHB participant to not miss a shot.

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