Denmark’s handball masters are on to the World Cup final. That’s a fact after the 35-33 semifinal victory over Spain.
It is not known who had bribed the DJ in Cairo, but he hit the spot in a strange, comical way when he blasted Volbeat out of the speakers. On the floor stood a bunch of Danish players in ecstasy.
Why? Several reasons. But let’s initially say that there is a winner living in Mikkel Hansen’s head, who just wanted to decide that you should set the alarm to 5.30 pm on Sunday.
Away with sourdough, knitting, video conferencing and whatever else we spend our time on during our increasingly long, joint practice of being closest to each other by just not being.
Denmark is in the World Cup final. Hep, hep.
In Cairo, the Danes tonight beat Spain 35-33 in the semifinals , and now the team just needs a victory from fulfilling the dream they traveled to Egypt with: That nothing had changed when they had to board an airplane against Kastrup three weeks later .
Away as world champion, home as world champion.
Swedish neighbors with courage to resist in two days on a Sunday night in Cairo.
We’ll see, Sweden. We will see.
Hov, huh ‘? Spaniards caught with the shorts at knee height. They were ready to welcome six Danish field players, understandably, Niklas Landin was on the field. However, Magnus Saugstrup made a spectacular save.
Unexpected – and early – chess move from national coach Jacobsen. This match was to begin at exactly the pace dictated by the Danes. Clear signal. Seven against six.
Spain insisted on covering 5-1 defense, shot forward in the middle and it gave a lot of space to Mikkel Hansen. Brave, naive maybe too. In any case, Denmark’s number 24 had found the big game after several days of solid food.
Diagonal ball, a tilt, in the field to Gidsel and 2-0 to Denmark. Clenched hands against chest. The left-back is also dangerous on his own, almost vintage Mikkel Hansen, when a jump shot wide on the hill burst past Perez de Vargas to a Danish 10-7 lead.