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Norwegian domination in BEST 8 of Women’s Handball 2020

Here are the complete results of the WORLD FEMALE HANDBALL PLAYER 2020 Contest powered by New Belgrade Summer Cup. Cristina Neagu and Nora Mork are only two new names in the BEST 8 team in comparation with BEST 8 in comparison with previous year.

Stine Bredal Oftedal is WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2020, and here are the other members of the WORLD HANDBALL BEST 8 in 2020:

WORLD HANDBALL BEST 8 IN WOMEN’S HANDBALL 2020

World Female Handball Player 2020– Stine Bredal Oftedal (Gyori Audi ETO KC – Norway)

World Female left wing 2020: Camilla Herrem (Sola HK – Norway)
World Female left back 2020: Cristina Neagu (CSM Bucharest– Romania)
World Female playmaker 2020: Stine Bredal Oftedal (Gyori AUDI ETO KC – Norway)
World Female right back 2020: Nora Mork (Vipers Kristiansand – Norway)
World Female right wing 2020: Jovanka Radicevic (ZRK Buducnost – Montenegro)
World Female line-player 2020: Kari Brattset Dale (Gyori AUDI ETO KC – Norway)
World Female goalkeeper 2020: Katrin Lunde (Vipers Kristiansand – Norway)
World Female defensive player 2020: Eduarda Amorim (Gyori Audi ETO KC – Brazil)

Three members of Gyori Audi ETO KC, two of Vipers, one from Buducnost, Sola and CSM Bucharest are among the best. Five golden Norwegian ladies…

LEFT WING (cumulative votes – journalist and fans):
1. Camilla Herrem (Sola – Norway) 19
3.Majda Mehmedovic (ZRK Buducnost – Montenegro) 16
3. Sanna Solberg – Isaksen (Team Esbjerg – Norway) 8
2.Polina Kuznetsova (Rostov Don – Russia) 6

LEFT BACK:
1. Cristina Neagu (CSM Bucharest – Romania) 25
2.Camila Micijevic (Metz Handball – Croatia) 9
3.Veronica Kristiansen (Gyori Audi ETO KC – Norway) 8
4. Estelle Nze Minko (Gyori Audi ETO KC – France) 6

PLAYMAKER:
1. Stine Bredal Oftedal (Gyori Audi ETO KC – Norway) 41
2. Nerea Pena (Team Esbjerg – Spain) 11
3. Daria Dmitrieva (CSKA Moscow – Russia) 7
4. Grace Zaadi (Rostov Don – France) 7

RIGHT BACK:
1. Nora Mork (Vipers Handball – Norway) 22
2. Ana Gros (Brest Bretagne – Slovenia) 20
3. Anna Vyakhireva (Rostov Don – Russia) 17
4. Antonina Skorobogatchenko (Rostov Don – Russia) 2

RIGHT WING:
1. Jovanka Radicevic (ZRK Buducnost – Montenegro) 24
2. Iulia Managarova (Rostov Don – Russia) 13
3. Carmen Martin (CSM Bucharest – Spain) 12
4. Viktoria Lukacs (Gyori Audi ETO KC – Hungary) 9

LINE PLAYER:
1. Kari Bratsett Dale (Gyori Audi ETO KC – Norway) 20
2. Ana Debelic (Astrahanocka – Croatia) 15
3.Ksenia Makeeva (Rostov Don – Russia) 9
4. Pauleta Foppa (Brest Bretagne – France) 7

GOALKEEPER:
1. Katrine Lunde (Vipers Kristiansand – Norway) 20
2. Tea Pijevic (Alba Fehervar – Croatia) 14
3. Sandra Toft (Brest Bretagne – Denmark) 12
4. Amandine Leynaud (Gyori Audi ETO KC – France) 11

DEFENSIVE PLAYER:
1. Eduarda Amorim (Gyori Audi ETO KC –  Brazil) 28
2. Line Haugsted (Viborg HK – Denmark) 10
3. Beatrice Edwige (Gyori Audi ETO KC – France) 9
4. Laura Gonzales (Paris 92 – Spain) 6

Mandatory Credit © Jozo Cabraja / kolektiff

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