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ROAD TO EHF EURO 2022: Dutch boys take point in Slovenia

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The Dutch team made surprise in the second match of the Men’s EHF EURO 2022 qualifications in Slovenia, where they took the point – 27:27 which can give them a boost in the race for another placement at big event after EHF EURO 2020.

Germany smashed Austria 34:20, Iceland had no trouble against Portugal 32:23, while Bosnia and Herzegovina beat Estonia 21:19 which made Balkan team weaker in the direct encounters (Estonia won 24:21).

Latvia beat Italy 31:29.

Germany – Austria 34:20 (19:5)  

Germany: Heinvetter (6 saves), Wolff (10 saves); Gensheimer (4/1), Golla (3), Reichmann (2), Firnhaber (2), Weber (1), Michalczik, Häfner (3), Kühn (1), Böhm (3), Preuß (2), Dissinger (1), Kastening (3), Drux (4), Metzner (5) 

Austria : Bauer (6 saves), Kaiper (6 saves); Herrmann, Weber, Juric (1), Frimmel (1), Dicker, Herburger (1), Zeiner (1), Zivkovic, Pratschner (2), Ranftl (4/1), Wagner (3), Hutecek (7), Stevanovic, Neuhold 

Iceland – Portugal 32-23 (12-13)

Iceland : Bjarki Elisson 9, Elvar Jonsson 5, Arnor Gunnarsson 3, Ellioi Vioarsson 3, Omar Magnusson 3, Sigvaldi Gudjonsson 2, Janus Smarason 2, Olafur Gudmundsson  1, Gisli Kristjansson 1, Kristjan Kristjansson 1, Viggo Kristjansson 1.

Portugal : Antonio Areia 4, Victor Iturriza 3, Andre Gomes 2, Fabio Magalhaes 2, Miguel Martins 1, Belone Moreira 1, Rui Silva 1, Daymaro Salina 1, Diogo Branquinho 1, Leonel Fernandes 1, Pedro Portela 1.

Bosnia & Herzegovina – Estonia 21-19 (12-9)

Bosnia & Herzegovina : Marko Panic 4, Josip Peric 4, Alen Ovcina 3, Nikola Prce 3, Ibrahim Haseljic 2, Marko Tarabochia 2, Mirsad Terzic 1, Gafar Hadziomerovic 1, Vladimir Vranjes 1.

Estonia: Karl Toom 4, Kaspas Lees 4, Andris Celmins 3, Armi Part 3, Karl Roosna 1, Martin Gristsuk 1, Markus Viitkar 1, Martin Johannson 1, Kristo Voika 1.

Slovenia – Netherlands 27-27 (15-13)

Slovenia : Dragan Gajic 7, Jure Dolenec 5, Matej Gaber 5, Blaz Blagotinsek 4, Borut Mackovsek 2, Stas Skube 1, Miha Zarabec 1, Nejc Cehte 1, Tilen Kodrin 1.

Netherlands : Kay Kirsten Smits 9, Samir Benghamn 5, Bobby Schagen 4, Dani Baijens 3, Luc Steins 2, Jorn Smits 1, Jeffrey Boomhouwer 1, Iso Sluijters 1, Rutger Ten Velde 1.

Latvia – Italy 31-29 (17-14)

Latvia : Ingars Dude 8, Dainis Kristopans 6, Nils Kreicbergs 5, Maris Versakovs 5, Nikita Pancenko 4, Rihards Leja 2, Raitis Purins 1.

Italy : Davide Bulzamini 9, Nicolo D Antino 4, Michele Skatar 3, Marco Mengon 2, Pablo Marrochi 2, Oliver Martini 2, Giacomo Savini 2, Martin Sonnerer  2, Dean Turkovic 2, Gianluca Dapiran 1.

Mandatory Credit © Axel Heimken / kolektiff

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