Two teams that contested the Women’s EHF EURO 2016 semi-finals have reached the same stage and 2 new contenders join them. Russia secured their berth inside their second round match that is main in the medal around, however, one tickets weren’t decided until their very past games’ results were known — also it was championship hosts France, the Netherlands and Romania who celebrated.
To Denmark that signalled the conclusion of their race to get to the semi-finals, Montenegro opened your day in Group I in Nantes. The second match saw two records Sweden beat their particular to find the number of goals scored in one match whenever they conquered Russia 39:30. 2016 Olympic Games and 2017 World Championship all star right wing Nathalie Hagman equalled the record for the number of intentions from one player in one match. Back Karolina Kudlacz-Gloc set the record in 2006.
Sweden had to wait to close your day, which would decide if the side played to get a medal or fifth place and consequently moved upto five points. The hosts followed Sweden’s example by breaking their record highest number of goals in one match, since they defeated Serbia 38:28.
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It was EHF EURO 2016 runners up the Netherlands who ended in addition to this table they certainly were far from certain of that before they took the court in the final match in Nancy. They’d drop to fourth from the category, while a draw would find them stable a ticket and first place In the event holland lost.
Earlier in the evening, Norway kept their opportunities living with a 33:26 success over Spain, which meant that they had a wait. Romania could afford such a loss and reach the medal round, although hungary defeated Romania 31:29 in a derby that was classic. But during the match Romania lost something that may not be quite as easy to do without World Player of the season Cristina Neagu. The alltime EHF EURO top scorer suffered a knee injury in the match.
The Netherlands took the court against Germany along with their trainer Henk Groener for the decisive match, carrying a 27:21 triumph that clinched their berth and chose not only their competitions ’ fate but also that of Romania and Norway. Though Hungary, Norway and Romania all finished the main around using six points, Romania have the goal difference while within the results involving the three sides. Because the team in the group, Norway will take on Sweden for fifth place.
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