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Norway was invincible

Norway was invincible

Second match of preparation tournament in Drammen was played by Norway and Denmark.

Norway has in team Isabell Blanco, Karoline Naess and Charlotte Mordal, meanwhile Denmark can not present with full team either, because Louise Burgaards finger injury. She was replaced immediatly with right winger Kristina Bille-Hansen for this weekend.
First half started with Norwegian supremacy, 4-0 and after that 9-1.Pytlick had no solutions in this period and Norway scored with Sulland, Kurtovic and Hedi Løke. Denmarks play became better , Thorsgaard,Skov and some fast counter goals helped Danish, but result at the break was 17-11 for Norwegian team.

Second half brought a closer game and Denmark showed a better handball than in the first thirty minutes.Kari Aalvik Grimsbø seemed invincible in the goal and Heidi Løke has continued her super play from the first half. After 14 min.Norway had a ten goals lead in the second part, 26-16.

Final result: 37-19.

Best players of the match: Ida Alstad (Norway) and Susan Thorsgaard (Denmark).

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Hungarian living in Norway with a great passion for handball, primarly women handball. Travels all over the world to follow handball matches and tournaments and to write good articles on this website.

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