The Norwegian workforce defeated the Hungarian workforce 33:25 (16:13) and entered the recreation for the fifth place behind the German workforce. So the DHB’s selection can get revenge on Sunday.
He scored seven objectives for Hungary: Sander Sagosen.
At the finish of the primary spherical, the combat between Norway and Germany, which went to the Scandinavians, is rapidly repeated. For Sunday’s fifth-place recreation (1:00 p.m., LIVE! on Kicker), the DHB choice needed to endure a poor stretch on Friday afternoon regardless of an eight-goal lead at the time, and Egypt’s barrage was solely lifted in further time. Norway was a lot lighter after two and a half hours towards Hungary.
Coach Jonas Will’s workforce took a 5-2 lead after seven minutes. But then a balanced recreation developed, by which the Hungarians scored 11:12 in the twenty fifth minute. However, a 4-2 scoreline gave Norway a three-goal lead at half-time.
The Scandinavians carried out exceptionally efficiently on the discipline: in the first half, the high scorers for the favorites have been left wing Sebastian Barthold (3 objectives/3 pictures) and proper wing Christian Bjornsen (3/4). Norway scored three objectives after the quick break, whereas Hungary scored none.
After the line-up, the Magyars fought towards the impending defeat and closed the hole at 17:18 (thirty seventh). But the Norwegians’ nice reserves of vitality made the distinction. Two gamers stood out: Sander Sagosen turned up the warmth in the second half-hour, with the Kiel backfield scoring seven objectives in eight makes an attempt. Goalkeeper Torbjörn Bergerud, who left DHB choice determined, additionally contributed 9 saves (41 % quota).
The axis with playmaker Mate Lekaj (6/6) and shooter Richard Bodo (5/6) primarily labored for Hungary. But the backlog continued to develop. One of the Hungarians scored seven objectives after a quick break. This explains why the rating was 33:25 in favor of Norway.
Norway – Hungary 33:25 (16:13)
Norway: Bergerud, Saveras – Sagosen 7/1, Barthold 4, Everby 4, Everjordet 4, Bjornsen 3, Johannessen 3, Gulliksen 2, O’Sullivan 2, Reinkind 2, Gullerud 1, Rod 1, Aga Eck, Blonz, Grondal
Hungary: Mickler, Szekely – Lekai 6/6, Bodo 5, Ligetvari 4, Rodriguez 3, Anchin 1, Banhidi 1, Boka 1, Hanush 1, Ilic 1, Sipos 1, Shelosi 1, Buydoso, Rosta, Szita
Referee: Charlotte Bonaventure (France)/Julie Bonaventure (France)
penalty minutes: 4 / 6
Disqualification: – / Rosta (0.)