Denmark take momentous win over Germany
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Denmark take momentous win over Germany

Denmark take momentous win over Germany

Denmark earned their second victory of the EHF EURO Cup 2024 with a strong showing against Germany on Thursday night so strong that it was the Scandinavian sides second biggest win ever against Germany, in a mutual history that dates back to 1938 and includes 17 previous official matches. The biggest victory for Denmark actually occurred in 1938 11:3 at the World Championship.

With a five-goal advantage at half-time, Denmark looked on track for the win, and they stayed steady through the second period to clinch the two points and move on to four on the EHF EURO Cup table.

It was Denmarks first match since they became the first ever three-in-a-row world champions in January, but the team that took to the court had several changes, with leading stars absent and four players making their national side debut: goalkeeper Simon Gade, centre back Thomas Arnoldsen, right wing Oskar Vind Rasmussen and left wing Emil Bergholt. Arnoldsen and Rasmussen both scored their first goals in the opening half in fact, Rasmussen scored the first of the match. And from there, Denmark led the game.

Just 13 minutes in, Denmark hit double digits on the score board, 10:5. The team were spurred on by a big game from Emil Nielsen in goal, as he made seven saves at a rate of 41 per cent in the first 30 minutes and finished with 12. In Germanys goal, Andreas Wolff matched Nielsens seven saves in the first period, but the ratio of shots saved was lower.

When Denmark held a five-goal lead at the break and then hit a 20:13 lead in the 37thminute, showing no sign of allowing Germany to close in on the score board, it was clear all the momentum was with the home side and the points at stake were likely to stay in Scandinavia. Ultimately, Denmark proved unstoppable as they handed Germany their third straight defeat in the EHF EURO Cup 2024

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