Coverage of Women's EHF EURO 2022 – Tuesday 8 NovemberThe preliminary round at the Women's EHF EURO 2022 has come to an end for groups A and B on Tuesday, with Croatia and Slovenia grabbing the final two tickets for the main round, and Norway and Denmark winning the closing games. 23:15 Groups A and B are over; groups C and D will play to a finish on Wednesday. So far, France and Netherlands in group C and Montenegro in D have locked up their spot in the main round. The remaining three tickets all have to be decided in the last matches of the preliminary round in Skopje and Podgorica.
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Switzerland equalled again and only due to their strong last minute, Croatia have a lead at half-time. One thing is sure, Switzerland are not making it easy for the Croatia, who only have a reachable two-goal lead at the break. Croatia need to find a way to score more easy goals and to stop the Swiss transition. " 18:37 HALF-TIME | SLOVENIA VS SERBIA 13:15 Serbia taking that two-goal lead into the dressing rooms. Intriguing second half coming up! Let's hear from EHF journalist Courtney Gahan in Celje: "With the chance to stay alive in the EHF EURO 2022 on the line, it’s no surprise that this match has been close.
Serbia rely on Denmark winning in order to book a main round spot, so their fate is not entirely in their own hands, but so far they are doing their job to give themselves the chance. " 18:33 The usual highlights with Croatia goalkeeper Tea Pijevic are already coming in: 18:30 Stat from the Slovenia vs Serbia game: Serbia have more possession, and lead 13:12 with three minutes left before half-time. 18:24 Meanwhile, Croatia 10:9 ahead against Switzerland, also thanks to Dora Krsnik's 100th goal for the Croatian national team. They are not outplaying Switzerland by any means, but just doing what they need to do to advance.
What a game. " 20:58 Norway have clawed their way back into this match and lead, but one of the best goals came from Hungary: 20:48 Meanwhile in Celje, Denmark are 6:2 up against Sweden in less than 16 minutes. So, both the group leaders in big troubles early on. 20:36 First celebrations in Ljubljana are for... Hungary. They take an early 3:0 lead over mighty Norway. 20:20 We are going to close the day with two matches that are a kind of main round games already: all four teams involved know they are through, so at stake are valuable points for the next phase.
After falling behind early against Sweden and Denmark and never managing a comeback, Serbia must be much more satisfied with their game, as they kept it level from the beginning and have the advantage as we go to the break. Although there have been hardly any saves from the keepers, the score progressed slowly early on especially, mainly due to the defence played by both teams.
The Hungarian side took what was offered and a close game delivered additional energy to Vlagyimir Golovin's team. A strong defence is what both sides have, while attacking efficiency is the point both will need to work on in the second half. Stine Oftedal celebrated her 120th EHF EURO goal as she hit the bottom right corner at 99 km/h scoring for a 4:6 in the 12th minute. " 21:06 HALF-TIME | DENMARK VS SWEDEN 13:5 Yes, that result line has no typo... Let's head straight to EHF journalist Courtney Gahan in Celje for her opinion on this extraordinary first half: "How is this performance from Sandra Toft real? This is what makes her such a legend — when she has her best game, she becomes unbeatable. In a match like this, between two top-level teams, how often does a goalkeeper register a save rate of over 80 per cent after 30 minutes? The Danish keeper has been absolutely incredible, tallying nine saves at 81 per cent as we go to the break — and most importantly, allowing Sweden just one goal in the opening quarter and only five in the whole half.
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It is 20:15 with about a quarter of an hour left to play. 21:17 As mentioned by Courtney Gahan in her half-time analysis, Sandra Toft has had an otherworldly first half for Denmark against Sweden. Look at this: 21:11 HALF-TIME | NORWAY VS HUNGARY 14:12 Hungary have started firing on all cilinders, building a three-goal lead, but the defending champions have restored the pecking order even before the break. This is what EHF journalist Danijela Vekić in Ljubljana says: "Both teams already with a spot in the main round but fighting for the important points. The Hungarian fans are loudly cheering for their team who are now trailing by two. Hungary had a dream start to the match leaving the defending champions without a goal for seven minutes. Norway were down for almost 20 minutes not being able to impose their rhythm on the opponent.
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