Red card: Denmark loses in the monster EM drama

MALMÖ (Ekstra Bladet): Add to a drama! It was not just as difficult as feared. It was far, far worse, when Denmark opened the european championship with a def

Red card: Denmark loses in the monster EM drama

MALMÖ (Ekstra Bladet): Add to a drama! It was not just as difficult as feared. It was far, far worse, when Denmark opened the european championship with a def

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
11 January 2020 Saturday 14:00
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Red card: Denmark loses in the monster EM drama

MALMÖ (Ekstra Bladet): Add to a drama!

It was not just as difficult as feared. It was far, far worse, when Denmark opened the european championship with a defeat to Iceland on 30-31 after 15-15 at the break.

the 40-year-old Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson plaffede Island in front 31-29. Henrik Møllgaard was long since shipped out on the wing – and with great success. Forsvarsklippen reduced to 30-31, and Denmark had the ball in his hands the last half-minute...

Michael Damgaard was a few seconds back totally blank, but the referees whistled for the Danish free-throw. Pure THEFT!

Mikkel Hansen got the ’chance’ directly on the free throw after time. Got the ball past the wall but not into the goal.

Niklas Landin rose from the sygesengen, started out, came in, nibbled a penalties at the start of the second half and delivered a long way, yet a great rescue – for so after 42 minutes to be presented to the red after the judges went out in håndboldens answer WAS-the room. The TV monitor at the dommerbordet.


the Assessment was clear as glass and hard as nails. Out in a corner with the Danish keeper for a batalje with Olafur Andres Gudmundsson, who came windy in contra. Niklas Landin walked towards the ball and the opponent withdrew at the last moment – but were nevertheless edged the two so much with a knee and a thigh, that one can not say the verdict was unjust.

Olafur Gudmundsson scored even in the situation and brought the Island in front 23-22!

It would be even worse. The hard studs from the Atlantic conducted the blood, such as when someone in the north Atlantic shout ’GRIND’ on the edges. Led by the crazy exuberant Aaron Palmarsson sped icelanders at 26-23 and 27-24, and Gudmundur Gudmundsson was on the way out of his own skin out on the sidelines, where the fierce current, gesticulating and directing knight of the Dannebrog commander of his stormtroopers around the track.

Denmark was seven against six. Downloaded some goal, and it was a dramatic and super exciting right up to the end. But unfortunately, without points, etc.


Denmark had certainly not montenegrin dommertække in the battle, and a minimum of 7000 Danish fans in Malmö Arena was several times foundation, piling and roof to quiver tremendously when forargelsens many roar gjaldede out through the struberne in a hall that was completely dressed in red – although that hid approx. 1000 blåblusede icelanders around on the battens.

The icelandic fans hung in the fight around in the corridors and shouted HUH, and inside on the pitch sped Aron Palmarsson figuratively around and did the same. HUH!

The icelandic artillery came windy with missiles fired from the third-floor height, and the 29-year-old Barcelona star was involved in everything offensively. The icelandic strategist plaffede alone in the break seven missiles behind the first Jannick Green and since Niklas Landin.

Overall: Three saves in 30 minutes. It must be difficult, when you allow the opponents to hammer the 15 scores into a half-time, but it must also be said that the Danish defense delete, delete was not up in a gear, that helped keeperne tremendously.


And it was regardless of whether Denmark is covered with Magnus Saugstrup forward or with the old udsmiderpar consisting of Rene Toft and Henrik Møllgaard. Thank god played Mikkel Hansen, Rasmus Lauge and Mads Mensah icelanders with the same medication in the other end.

15-15 at the break of a match in which the most alive and kicking was Gudmundur Gudmundsson, who in his usual style blew up and down along the sidelines with fierce gestures and lots of hefty advice to his army on the field. OL-guldvinderen is usually a hefty game during matches – but it was quite obvious that exactly the kind of here lit the little general in an almost insane degree.

There was a personal equation, OL-guldvinderen had with in the sleeves to that showdown.

There was the noise, bang and bang everywhere in the Malmö Arena this Saturday night. 7000 Danish fans colored spare red and a little white in the duel with 1000 euphoric icelanders, and on the track, there was never a doubt: There is no Island love to knock more than just Denmark!

It could be seen. It could also be heard. Unfortunately, they also like this.

Pictures from Denmark - Iceland 1 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 2 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 3 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 4 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 5 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 6 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 7 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 8 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 9 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 10 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 11 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 12 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 13 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 14 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 15 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 16 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 17 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 18 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 19 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 20 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen, 21 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 22 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 23 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 24 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen 25 of 25 Photo: Lars Poulsen Jan Jensen 11. jan. 2020 - pm. 15:16 Now we take the Spare back

Handball - 11. jan. 2020 - pm. 16:07 Bold relief: - one time, and that we won gold

See also: Dramatic Hungarian triumph of the Danish EM-group

Updated: 11.01.2020 14:00
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