France finished the Møbelringen Cup with defeating Denmark

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud
France finished the Møbelringen Cup with defeating Denmark

In the last day of the Møbelringen Cup in Stavanger, Norway France met Denmark. France lost against Russia and Norway too, meanwhile Denmark was beaten by hosts and they managed to get a victory against Russia.

Today’s match was characterised of a low level of quality, especially in the first half the number of technical mistakes and lost balls was higher for both sides than the number of scored goals.

The first half was very close,  in the second half France improved in the goalkeeper play and attack, so they managed to gain a slight advantage and this has been kept until the final whistle, the match ended 19 – 20. For Denmark Sandra Toft, Anne Mette Hansen, Fie Woller and Stine Jorgensen can be remarked, France had as best scorers Manon Houette, Estelle Nze Minko and Laurisa Landre.

Denmark – France 19 – 20 (7 – 7)

Denmark: Toft, Reinhardt – Okkels 1, Fisker, Hansen 2, Woller 4 (2), Heindhal 1, Bøhme, Griegel, Bodholt Nielsen 2, Tranborg 1, Kristiansen, De La Cour 1, Jensen Østergaard 2, Svalastog 1, Jørgensen 3, Haugsted 1, Uno Jensen

France: Foggia, Glauser – Lassource, Kolczynski, Ayglon Saurina, Pineau 2, Landre 3, Prouvensier 1, Houette 5 (1), Dembele, N’Gouan, Flippes, Horacek, Edwige 1, Nze Minko 4 ,  Niombla 1(1), Lacrabére 3

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