Granollers appeals to pride to overcome Denmark

This morning it has been known that the winger Adriá Martínez will have to undergo surgeryand will miss the remainder of the season with a torn knee ligament as expected. It is the culmination of a streak of four defeats in eight days: Copa del Rey, Copa Asobal, Europa League and Liga Asobal on Friday in Santander. However the Fraikin Granollers is due this Tuesday (6:45 p.m.) of the possibility of fixing the papers in one last challenge to overcome the 32-34 loss on loan in the first leg of the round of 16 of the European League against Danish Skanderborg Aarhus.

Against the Danish team, when the team was being beaten, in five minutes he left the difference in two goals. That allows a minimum of optimism for the comeback, and more so because the Danish team does not seem superior: sixth in the League of their country, on Saturday they lost at the Gudme court (39-34). That is why the Aarhus coach, Nick Rasmussen, appeals to his fans to fill the room and help “in those little details.” “When you play a tie with two games in such a row, you have to see which of them has learned the lesson better. I think Granollers will play differently, but not press the whole game like they did in the last five minutes of the first game”, he explained..

Antonio Rama has displaced his entire squad to try to be in the quarterfinal round, which they have not set foot in since 2018. With the lesson learned, a little more rest, and with Amigó and Rey recovered for the defensive axis as the whole season, the team from Valles is committed to a balsamic comeback from all the ills that have accumulated in this second round, which began with the loss of its best player (Pol Valera, signed by Barça), plus the cascade of subsequent injuries.

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