France in the Handball world championship continues without a point loss. After the German team against Russia was the first counter, won the French 34:23 (17:16) in the German group against the unified Korea. The title favorite for a long time had a hard time and played up to half time only a goal lead.

In the second half, France increased significantly. Especially Nedim Remili threw the team with seven goals to the next victory. Of Korea, Tan Kang also achieved seven hits.

Prior to the game against Germany is in France, however, a subsequent nomination of world-class players Nikola Karabatic speculated. The 34-Year-old was absent in the preparation with a toe injury, but is already back in Training with the team. Up to Tuesday noon, he could be added to a team and then in the evening against Germany.

Croatia – Macedonia 31:22 (16:11)

Croatia has secured the third victory in the third game. Against Macedonia, the favorites won in the title 31:22 (16:11).

In the Olympic hall in Munich Croatia’s Domagoj Duvnjak was the outstanding man. The backcourt player from the Bundesliga team THW Kiel scored six goals. Also Macedonia Dejan Manaskov came on six goals, he could not prevent the clear defeat of his team.

Denmark – Saudi-Arabia 34:22 (17:11)

Twice 17 goals for and eleven goals against per game, half of the ranged to Co-host Denmark to a clear victory against Saudi Arabia. With three Wins from three Games, the Danes are in addition to Norway are still without a point loss.

Against Saudi Arabia was Magnus Landin best launcher. The 23-Year-old who plays for THW Kiel in the Bundesliga, scoring seven goals. Danish Superstar Mikkel Hansen was limited prior to the game against Austria on Tuesday to seven meters. All three Attempts he turned.

Spain – Japan 25:22 (10:11)

Against the Champions of Europe from 2018, the Japanese team, coached by Ex gave national coach Dagur Sigurdsson, a long well with. To guide the Japanese played even on to a slim lead.

Led by the best pitcher Shinnosuke Tokuda, who scored seven goals, and the outstanding goalkeeper Akihito Kai, showed 15 parades, came to Japan in the second half to eleven goals. Spain played in the second half, but always better – and saved the third victory in the third tournament game over time.


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