In the start of first half the home-team had a small lead but Hungarians managed to equalise the score and build up a three goals lead before the break. This part of the game was a strong fight, where especially Danishs had to deal with a lot of 2 minute suspensions. This fact wasn’t tolareated very well by Martin Albertsen, coach of home-team, and he got also a yellow card, followed by 2 minutes suspension too. FTC had a strong defence, and could use a lot the line-player and the wings. First half: 12-15.
After the break Viborg looked much more determined to defend and play a quality handball in attack too. They had a short comeback coming closer to only one goal, 17-18, but Fradi could score again. Playmaker Zita Szucsánszki and line-player Piroska Szamoránszky showed a really good performance. Meanwhile they scored, Tomori worked a lot in defence. Viborg had an outstanding Rikke Skov again, and Christina Pedersen in the goal had a good day also. When was 45 minutes left from the final, FTC had an one goals lead, 20-21. Score became a tie in the 47.min of the match, Gullden took a penalty. Hungarian timeout came 8 minutes before the end, when VHK took the lead at 25-24. Szucsánszki scored for a tie, and the playmaker took the lead also at 25-26. The final of the match was a really thriller with both teams leading and scoring after each other, 59.min 29-29. Szucsánszki set FTC in lead again, and Albertsen took his TO. Last goal was scored by Szandra Zácsik, which meant new advantage and defending of CWC title F inal score: 30-31.