Spanish victory against Iceland, Sweden crushed Argentina

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Spanish victory against Iceland, Sweden crushed Argentina

IHF World Championship

Group B

Munich, Olympiahallen

In the first 15 minutes of the match, Iceland managed to keep the game exciting and even, but after 20 minutes Spain took the control of the game and won the first half with a five-goal difference. In the second half, Iceland showed an enormous will in order to fight back, but Spain proves to be too strong for this young Icelandic team.

Spain –  Iceland 32 –  25 (19 –  14)

Referees: Horacek, Novotny (CZE)

Topscorers: Ferran Sala Sole(ESP) 5 goals and Olafur Gudmundsson (ISL) 6 goals

Suspensions: 6 minutes, 12 minutes

7 meters: 2/2, 4/2

Group D

Copenhagen, Royal Hall

Argentina made one of the first rounds surprises when they stole a point against Hungary (25-25). Tonight when meeting Sweden they showed the same creative handball, believing in their skills and playing what they really are able to do. After 6-6, Sweden took the lead, 11-7, 12-8, Argentina was finding the gaps in the Swedish defense but met an excellent Palicka in the goal. Palicka continued his fantastic keeper play in the second half and Argentina turned chanceless, not being able to hit the goal. Sweden wins deserved with a big advantage.

Sweden –  Argentina 31 – 16 (15 – 10)

Referees: Fonseca, Santos (POR)

Topscorers: Matthias Zachrisson(SWE) 6 goals and Federico Gaston Fernandez (ARG) 6 goals

Suspensions: 16 minutes; 8 minutes

7 meters: 4/3; 4/3

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