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Olympic qualification: Marcel Schiller saves a point for Germany, Slovenia beats Algeria

The opening Tokyo Handball Qualification 2020 – Men’s Tournament 3 match between Germany and Sweden was exciting until the end. While Germany had the upper hand in the first half, the 2021 IHF Men’s World Championship silver-medallists turned the match around and looked like they were on the winner’s road until the hosts bounced back in the last minutes with left-wing Marcel Schiller scoring the equalizer with only seconds remaining – 25:25 (14:13).

GERMANY-SWEDEN 25:25 (14:13)

Germany:
Bitter, Heinevetter- Schiller 5/3, Kastening 4, Gensheimer 3, K. Häfner 3, Wiencek 3, Kühn  2, Pekeler  2, Golla  1, Ph. Weber (DHfK Leipzig) 1, Weinhold 1, Böhm, Groetzki, Heymann, Wiede

Sweden:
Aggefors, Palicka – Lagergren 7, Pellas 5/3, Darj 4, Claar 2, Persson 2, Carlsbogard 1, Ekberg 1, Gottfridsson 1, D. 1 Pettersson, F. Pettersson 1, Jönsson, Lindskog, Mellegard, Sunnefeldt

In the same group, Slovenia secured first points by beating Algeria 36:28 (17:11). The Ljubomir Vranes team showed their strength from the very beginning and cruised easily against the Africans.

SLOVENIA-ALGERIA 36:28 (17:11)

SLOVENIA: Ferlin, Lesjak, Skube 4, Blagotinšek 3, Marguč 4, Janc 5, Potočnik 1, Dolenec 3, Cingesar 2, Gajić 6, Gaber, Zarabec 4, Mazej 3, Ovniček, Bombač 1, Suholežnik.

ALGERIA: Ghedbane, Zemouchi, Naim 1, Berkous 7, Hadidi 4, Chehbour, Bahna 1, Saker 3, Ensaad 2, Boudjenah 1, Abderahim 1, Bendjilali, Hammouche, Badi 3, Ayoub 5

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