Denmark imposes its hierarchy against Spain

Between Spain and Denmark there are never white glove matches. Where the two squads face each other there is intensity, rhythm, fight and sparks, and this time the Danish team won again (29-31), the world champion, against the third, Spain. Besides, Nikolaj Jacobsen’s squad was doing better in the game: the victory allows them to face the last game against Sweden with the option of winning this Euro Cup.

For Spain, the match had another reading: playing a top-level clash with other combinations on the track, and giving responsibility to players beyond the usual ones, and make debut to Javi Rodríguez (20) in the pivot.

Jordi Ribera tried the 5-1 with Odriozola advanced, and He attacked with the alternative of doing it without a goalkeeper with a 0-3 conceding in the first half. In the second he alternated a surprise attack, with two pivots (Serdio and Rodriguez) and with the goalkeeper in his post.

Spain had to overcome three goals, which Denmark scored (Lauge and Gidsel superb) in the first part. And he did it in three minutes midway through the second half: a 4-0 run with four stolen balls and counterattack.

The game began in the exchange of goals, but everything was spoiled with the exclusion of Odriozola two minutes from the limit that unbalanced everything in that final that seemed uncertain.

SUMMARY

Spain (14+15): Perez de Vargas; Casado (3), Maqueda (2), Sánchez-Migallón (1), Odriozola (1), Dani Dujshebaev (2) and Ángel Fernández (2) -initial team- Sergey Hernández (ps); Peciña, Solé (6, 4p), Garciandia (3), Serdio (2), Antonio García (1), Tarrafeta (4), Dani Fernández (1)
and Javi Rodriguez (1)

Denmark (15+16): Niklas Landin; Kirkelokke (1), Gidsel (5), Lauge (7), Pytlick (-), Jakobsen (7 1p), and Hald (1) -starting team- Nielsen
(ps), Lynggaard, Magnus Landin (1) Mollgaard, Mensah (2), Jorgensen (4), Mensing (1) and Madsen (2, 1p)

Scoreboard every five minutes: 3-2, 5-3, 8-7, 11-10, 12-13 and 14-15 (Rest) 15-19, 18-20, 20-23, 24-24, 27-27 and 29-31 ( Final)

Referees: I, Covalciuc and A. Covalciuc (Moldova). They excluded Maqueda and Odriozola for Spain; and Mollgaard (2) for Denmark.

Basketball court: Palace of the Mediterranean Games of Almería before 5,000 spectators.

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