Euro 2018

Easy start for the title holders

photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud
Easy start for the title holders


Group C, Zagreb

Germany had a good start in this competition against Montenegro and got an easy victory. In the second half of the game, goalkeeper Andreas Wolff got injured on his right ankle, hopefully, it won’t keep him away for a longer period from the court.

Germany –  Montenegro 32 – 19 (17 – 9)


Germany – Gensheimer 9, Wiencek 2, Reichmann 1, Pekeler, Weinhold 3, Weber 3, Fath 1, Groetzki, Hafner 2, Janke, Kohlbacher 3, Kuhn 3, Drux 5

Montenegro – Cavor, Lazovic, S.Vujovic 1, Markovic 1, Simovic 1, Sevaljevic 1, Bozovic 4, Lasica 1, Andjelic 2, M.Vujovic 1, Lipovina 7, Grbovic, Radojevic

Suspensions:  16 minutes; 8 minutes

7 meters: 6/5; 3/2

Best player of the match: Andreas Wolff (GER)

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Euro 2018

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