Men's EHF EURO 2022

Germany, Poland and Iceland take first points

Poland and Germany celebrated the first wins at Men’s EHF EURO 2022, same as Iceland.

Austria – Poland 31-36 (14-17)

Austria: Sebastian Frimmel 8, Fabian Posch 7, Robert Weber 4, Alexander Hermann 3, Gerald Zeiner 3, Mykola Bilyk 3, Boris Zivkovic 1, Tobias Wagner 1, Janko Bozovic 1.

Poland : Arkadiusz Moryto 9, Przemyslaw 6, Michal Daszek 6, Szymon Sicko 6, Michal Olejniczak 2, Patryk Walczak 2, Ariel Pietrasik 2, Kamil Syprzak 2, Maciej Gebala 1.

Germany – Belarus 33-29 (17-18)

Germany : Kai Hafner 8, Marcel Schiller 8, Julius Kuhn 6, Johannes Golla 4, Christoph Steinert 3, Philipp Weber 2, Timo Kastening 1, Patrick Wiencek 1.

Belarus : Uladzislau Kulesh 7, Mikita Vailupau 7, Artsem Karalek 6, Artsiom Kulak 2, Aleh Astrashapkin 2, Andrei Yurynok 2, Vadim Gayduchenko 2, Kiryl Samoila 1.

Portugal – Iceland 24-28 (10-14)

Portugal : Victor Duarte 4, Rui Silva 4, Antonio Areia 3, Leonel Fernandes 3, Fabio Magalhaes 3, Daymaro Salina 2, Diogo Branquinho 2, Alexandre Cavalcanti 1, Miguel Alves 1, Salvador Salvador 1.

Iceland : Sigvaldi Gudjonsson 5, Aron Palmarsson 4, Bjarki Mar Elisson 4, Gisli Kristjansson 4, Omar Magnusson 3, Elvar Jonsson 2, Ymir Gislason 2, Olafur Gudmundsson 2, Viggo Kristjansson 2.

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