Damage makes several Danish profiles questionable for the handball-EM, but the width is in the order of coach Nikolaj Jacobsen's crew.
The Danish 'andenkæde' impressed in Sunday's Golden League match against France in front of a private audience was smitten with the 31 to 30, after that the reserves had arranged for the Danish 17-14-lead by the break.
A strong performance in a match, where there occasionally was played excellent handball, and where several of the Danish marginalspillere strengthened their EM-candidacy.
This applies not least to Michael Damgaard, which was completely unmanageable before the break, where he chopped seven balls in the French goal, won more penalties and delivered three templates passes.
Jacob Holm selected in bagkæden with his quick feet and eye for gaps in the opposing defense.
The many French fans stood for a wild atmosphere in Denmark's last test before the european championships. Photo: Stéphane Pillaud/Ritzau Scanpix
To Jannick Green in the goal had not quite so good fat as in Friday against Norway was to live with, because angrebsspillet flowed, and the French defensive split for all win.
From the second half start, however, it was the end of the experiments, and Nikolaj Jacobsen sent something that could look like an EM-bagkæde on the track.
Mikkel Hansen and co. didn't get any good start, and five minutes after sidebyttet France had equalised at 18-18.
It has been an unfortunate tendency in the later time, that the Danish team commenced the second half in low gear, but as the minutes went by, came the danes up in the revs.
Denmark pulled just a victory in the country against their main competitor to the EM-title. Photo: Stéphane Pillaud/Ritzau Scanpix
On the line showed Magnus Saugstrup international class in both ends of the pitch, Lasse Andersson was strong in the defensive, and with a few veltimede kontrascoringer brought Denmark at 24-21.
France said again, and it was completely balanced, as a terrific alternate went into its crucial phase.
fittingly, it was the line's best, Michael Damgaard, shortly before the time scored to 31-29 and made the Danish victory in the european championship-the dress rehearsal.
Denmark opens the european championship on Saturday against Iceland.
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