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EHF EURO 2022: Russia and Germany stay out of medal’s battle

Germany and Russia have lost all the chances to qualify for the Men’s EHF EURO 2022 semi-final after today’s matches.

Germany – Sweden 21-25 (10-12)

Germany : Julian Koster 4, Paul Drux 3, Johannes Golla 2, Patrick Wiencek 2, Tobias Reichmann 2, Fabian Wiede 2, Lukas Zerbe 2, Rune Dahmke 2, Hendrik Wagner 1, Lukas Stutzke 1.

Sweden:  Hampus Wanne 6, Albin Lagergren 3, Jim Gottfridsson 3, Oscar Bergendahl 3, Lukas Sandell 3, Eric Johansson 2, Valter Chrintz 2, Jonathan Carlsbogard 2, Felix Claar 1.

Poland – Russia 29-29 (13-12)

Poland : Szymon Sicko 8, Michal Daszek 6, Arkadiusz Moryto 6, Przemyslaw Krajewski 2, Dawid Dawydzik 2, Piotr Jedraszczyk 1. Patryk Walczak 1, Jan Czuwara 1, Kamil Syprzak 1, Piotr Chrapkowski 1.

Russia : Sergei Kosorotov 8, Dmitry Zhitnikov 7, Pavel Andreev 3, Dmitry Kornev 3, Dmitrii Santalov 2, Roman Ostashchenko 2, Alexander Kotov 1, Aleksandr Ermakov 1, Daniil Shishkarev 1, Mikhail Vinogradov 1.

STANDING:

1. Sweden 4 3 0 1 110:94 6
2. Spain 3 3 0 0 87:76 6
3. Norway 3 2 0 1 92:77 4
4. Russia 4 1 1 2 100:106 3
5. Germany 4 1 0 3 97:105 2
6. Poland 4 0 1 3 101:129 1

 

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