Denmark’s win – a tactical triumph

In a match characterized by tactics and fight, Denmark took a huge step towards the semi-final, succeeding 26:25 against Germany, on Sunday evening, in Varazdin. Germany, on the other hand, are in real trouble, now. By Peter Bruun Germany vs Denmark (9:8) Before the Match It was the match between the ruling European champions and the Olympic champions. Thus far, Germany were one of the undefeated… »

Bringing back the fire

By Sascha Staat It wasn’t enough to win the game against Denmark, but it was obvious that left-wing Rune Dahmke brought back the fire to the German team. Dahmke himself was in the spotlight in the fin… »

“Yesterday, we sent a message”

By Kevin Domas On Saturday evening, France took a major step towards the semifinals at the EHF EURO 2018, scoring a sound victory against Sweden, at Zagreb Arena.  After the game, Kevin Domas spoke wi… »

“Plenty of room for improvement”

INTERVIEW – There is plenty of room for improvement in Sweden´s offense, realizes left back Lukas Nilsson. He also acknowledges that his team gets into trouble if their “speed game” doesn’t work, as it happened against France on Saturday evening, when Sweden scored only 17 goals. By Peter Bruun “France were successful in not allowing us to practice our usual fast way of playing (handball ed.), and… »

France and Croatia take major steps towards semi-final

Ruling World champions France and host Croatia took major steps towards the semi-finals of the 2018 European championship. A brilliant defense performance served as basis for France’s win against Swed… »

”Running fast is my business”

INTERVIEW – Running fast-breaks is one of the hallmarks of handball made in Norway, and it certainly has been at this 2018 European championship. As the only right wing in the team, Kristian Bjørnsen… »

“Croatia will have a real hard time stopping us”

INTERVIEW – Sander Sagosen, talks to stregspiller.com about his important role in Norway’s national handball team, and how joining Paris Saint-Germain has boosted his career. By Peter Bruun In a strong Norwegian national team, Sander Sagosen stands out as the star player among several others. The 22-year-old left back and playmaker has to do well, for Norway to live up to their high expectations.… »

“Fine with us to be considered favorites”

INTERVIEW – Norway’s left wing Magnus Jøndal has no problem with his team mentioned among the favorites to lift the trophy at the EHF 2018 European championship. “It only shows that others think that… »

“We want to keep control of our destiny”

Photo: Laurent Théophile By Kevin Domas As Team France is coming off a three-day rest at the EHF EURO 2018, Kevin Domas spoke with French left wing, Michael Guigou, ahead of their main round battle wi… »

Norway in control – Croatia on the brink

Norway and Croatia both took major steps towards the semi-final at the 2018 European championship, as they opened the main round with victories in Group I. Norway’s concentrated effort in the second half was enough to dispose of harmless Serbs, while Croatia had significant troubles securing their win against Belarus. By Peter Bruun Serbia vs Norway 27:32 (17:17) Before the Match Serbia needed Swe… »