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Denmark beats Norway again in Golden League

Denmark beats Norway again in Golden League
photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Golden League-Möbelringen-Cup

Day 1

Arena Larvik

Norway –  Denmark 21 – 24 ( 8 – 14)

Goals
Norway: Löke 2, Alstad 3, Riegelhuth-Koren 2, Mörk  5, Kristiansen 1, Wibe, B.Riegelhuth, Oftedal 4 , Herrem, Sa.Solberg 1 , Sulland 2, Jakobsen, Breivang

Denmark: Nörgaard 4, Östergaard 1, Kviesgaard 2, S.Jörgensen 3, Holst, Hansen 1, Griegel 1, Kristiansen 3, Gravholt 4, Bonde, Thorsgaard, L.Jörgensen 1, Burgaard 4

Norway started with five savings, Kari Aalvik Grimsbö seemed to be unbeatable in the goal, Norway was in lead 3- 0. Then Toft improved in Denmarks goal and Denmark closed the gap, 4 -3, and overturened the result 5-6, 6-7, 7-10. Norway was not able to score, Löke, Breivang, Riegelhuth-Koren missed their chances. Denmark won the first half 8-14.

The second part of the game started with Norwegian goals, and Silje Solberg saving in the goal, but Denmark keeps the lead over hosts, even if Norway closing the gap to 20-21. Stine Bredal Oftedal netted four times in the second half, and put dynamics in the attacking play of Norway.

Sandra Toft made a quiet well game in the goal of Denmark, Gravholt, Burgaard and Nörgaard showed a good match as well.

Denmark defeated Norway again, fifth time in the last six encounters, 21 – 24.

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