Esbjerg thunders on in the Champions League

Team Esbjerg continues to impress in the women's Champions League in handball. the Danes have beaten large groups as CSM Bucuresti and Rostov-Don in the init

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
03 February 2020 Monday 16:00
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Esbjerg thunders on in the Champions League

Team Esbjerg continues to impress in the women's Champions League in handball.

the Danes have beaten large groups as CSM Bucuresti and Rostov-Don in the initial group stage, and on Sunday it went out over the Hungarian Ferencvaros, who were defeated with 29-27 in the danes ' second match of the mellemrunden.

the Result brings Esbjerg up in second place in the middle 1 with the same number of points as the league leaders, French Metz, who have a better goal difference.

Esbjerg have not yet met Metz in the tournament. Earlier on Sunday lost the French large groups to Bucuresti, and it gave so esbjergenserne the ability to equalize topholdets scores.

the Task seemed too affordable, since it was the group's bundhold, who stood on the other half in a sold-out arena in Esbjerg. But it was not to see from the battle's beginning.

the Danes got a lousy start and could not find the rhythm, while the Hungarian guests scored at will.

Behind 0-5 took Jesper Jensen timeout. It helped, and shortly after - after nearly seven minutes of play - sent Estavana Polman Esbjerg first goal in the box.

quietly got Esbjerg again a leash in the hungarians, not least because of Rikke Granlund in goal made several great saves and kept the home team inside the match.

At the other end it was the austrian Sonja Frey, who stood fixed in a generally faltering Esbjerg-attack.

Towards the end of the halftime entered Polman in earnest in character and with a couple of great scores she was with to make sure that Esbjerg got turned 5-10 to 13-13, which was the score at the break.

In the second half had the Danish club, generally acquired, although the hungarians several times showed signs of handball in the world.

Granlund continued his fine play in the Esbjerg-goal, while Polman sled in the attack. The Dutch midfielder and the history of the world accounted for eight of the Esbjerg goal.

Towards the end got the crowd, however, the voltage for all the money.

A scoringspause to Esbjerg on six minutes brought Ferencvaros at 25-25 with five minutes again, and shortly after came the hungarians also in the front.

But wise Esbjerg-games gave some quick scores, and so was the victory ride home to last.

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Updated: 03.02.2020 16:00
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