Drama right at the end: Denmark to live after draw

MALMÖ (Ekstra Bladet): It was everything else than Spare diet, which was served on Monday evening over in Asia! No, for a toxic drama, as Denmark with a utmos

Drama right at the end: Denmark to live after draw

MALMÖ (Ekstra Bladet): It was everything else than Spare diet, which was served on Monday evening over in Asia! No, for a toxic drama, as Denmark with a utmos

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
14 January 2020 Tuesday 00:00
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Drama right at the end: Denmark to live after draw

MALMÖ (Ekstra Bladet): It was everything else than Spare diet, which was served on Monday evening over in Asia!

No, for a toxic drama, as Denmark with a utmost of my nails kept life in the dream of a trip to Stockholm the last weekend of EM. But it hangs in a thin, thin thread. It was 24-24 in a fierce, tactical affair, where the hvidblusede constantly hang after and still had the chance for victory.

Now, Iceland ondulere Hungary in the last battle, and Denmark to beat Russia with two excess. The last think we in spite of everything still on. But an icelandic team that is certainly on towards these hungarians...

It is far from secure.

Nikolaj Jacobsen got eddermame gnasket chewing gum! It was gennempryglet, centrifugeret and flung round in the mouth of a Danish national coach, which is true for the virtue got something to mull over on it, which almost looked like the last day.

Photos: Lars Poulsen

In each case in the Danish EM-context.

It may well be, Hungary is missing its two main profiles, but there are always others who are ready to take over in this nation, and probably celebrates it time and time fynboen for his tactical abilities – but magyarernes chef, Istvan Gulyas, had good enough stirred well and carefully around the pot and created a stew grimly seasoned with fiery paprika.

He plastered Bendeguz Bokal up in snotten Rasmus Lauge and Adrian Sipos in the head on Michael Damgaard – or who now took over the role as Danish left-back. Denmark burned down ten (10!) nice, large and sometimes huge chances alone before the break, and a feverish Danish team committed at the same time, six ferocious technical error the first 30 minutes.

Denmark fell all the time in the ambush, was tricked into the Hungarian pot in the middle and cut and sawed over by an opponent, that much was clear to enough even to tease Denmark.

When the camera panned out over the minimum of 5000 Danish raving spectators in Malmö Arena, it was quite clear that there was sentenced clammy-palms – and then it's sensible enough to BITE the nails down to the roots. A three-in-one would be left in all sorts of strange directions.

Nikolaj Jacobsen alternated intense players in and out of a fight, where Mikkel Hansen burned penalties, Ramus Lauge committed error upon error, and which were burned merrily. Usually say coaches, of course, that it is okay to burn, just to play to the chances.

Photos: Lars Poulsen

This Monday night it looked like a hell of a fast EM-exit at 6-10 for a rådvildt Danish crew, who searched and searched for sticks of dynamite and spells that could change the battle.

the Team got the fat, as Niklas Landin in a period of time delivered big saves, and 6 to 10 after 19 minutes was in a ruf at eight minutes to equalise 10-10. And the crowd went crazy!

They had probably even chances of finally going in the front, but, but, but... Then burned the Magnus Bramming suddenly after three sure shots on three attempts, Rasmus Lauge hammered from halvspids the ball a few meters over the far corner, Magnus Saugstrup fired on to the post... No more mentioned – more forgotten...

Dominik Mathe could halvlegens the last second to knock Hungary 13-11 at the break, and then it was suddenly the few Hungarian fans, you could hear, while the danes went to pølsevognene in the hall: Jha-jha, SHE-GA-RIA!

The Danish fans roared pounding DENMARK, DENMARK, DENMARK. Tried to push the danes out of the Hungarian vise and strap over a EHF-blue halgulv. In vain for long periods of time.

Hungary led 16-13 after 35 minutes, and the reporters could have used a blob of resin just to hold on to the pens!

the Danish timeout immediately after. Seven against six, a few Landin-parades and bum: Denmark up to sniff at 15-16. Niklas Landin continued storspillet, and plucked the three-storey Bence Banhidi completely blank, and Mads Mensah came thundering like a battering ram through the Hungarian defence and levelled the game at 18-18 after 43 minutes.

Then there came suddenly a pair of balls, Niklas Landin would normally ward off, and hey presto: 18-20! Denmark got the chance of a new compensation 20-21, Mikkel Hansen burned symptomatic enough, and the immediately – after enough of a Landin-parade – a new grotesque error. This time Mads Mensah. The cost so both a expulsion of Rasmus Lauge and Hungarian straffescoring to 20-22.

Photos: Lars Poulsen

Madness in skåne!

We commend the broad Danish squad. But aside from Niklas Landin and Magnus Bramming, there were failures at everything else in the Danish toolbox. 21 to 23, seven minutes before time. Jannick Green to penalties and he saved the damn!

Magnus Bramming knocked his sixth score to 22-23. Six minutes of back – and soggy armpits! Magnus Bramming stole a ball in defence, was run over by a Hungarian, and pulled out a deportation. Denmark on the ball for equalizing. 23-23 by Anders Zachariassen.

Five minutes again...

New rescue by Niklas Landin! Four very minutes back on the clock. All spectators up to stand, more players down to lie. René Toft with its first take to 24-23! The first lead in the match.

DAN-MARK, DAN-MARK, DAN-MARK.

Errors of Rasmus Lauge... Hungarian relief to 24-24. A minute and a half back and a blood pressure, which could blow up the cheapest meters. Mikkel Hansen burned on the verge of noel. Eight seconds return and Hungarian timeout...

So there was not more...

photo Gallery: Denmark - Hungary 1 of 24 2 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 3 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 4 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 5 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 6 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 7 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 8 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 9 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 10 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 11 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 12 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 13 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 14 of 24 15 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 16 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 17 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 18 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 19 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 20 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen, 21 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 22 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 23 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen 24 of 24 Photo: Lars Poulsen

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