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ROAD TO Men’s EHF EURO 2020: Three host wins, draw in Minsk

As it was expected, Germany, Sweden and Denmark have won the first points at Men’s EHF EURO 2022 qualifications. The only match of Round 1 in which have been played 10 of 16 matches, without winner was in Minsk, where Ukraine and Russia ended clash 27:27.

Ukraine – Russia 27:27 (13:16, 14:11)

Germany – Bosnia & Herzegovina 25:21 (9:13, 16:8)
Germany: Bitter, Heinevetter – Gensheimer (4), Lemke (1), Wiencek, Reichmann (3/2), Heymann, Pekeler (5), Knorr (1), Michalczik, Häfner (4), Semper (1), Schiller, Kühn (3), Böhm, Kastening (2) 
Bosnia & Herzegovina : Buric – Peric, Ovcina (1), Herceg (5), Zahirovic, Mandic, Hadziomerovic, Kosic (2), Karacic (2), Prce (8), Predragovic (3) 

Sweden – Romania 33:30 (20:12, 13:18)
Sweden: Hampus Wanne 9, Albin Lagergren 5, Lucas Pellas 5, Jim Gottfridsson 4, Max Darj 3, Daniel Pettersson 3, Simon Jeppsson 2, Jonathan Carlsbogård & Linus Persson 1.
Denmark – Switzerland 31:26
Denmark: Niklas Landin (9 saves)/Emil Nielsen (ab 49./1 save); Magnus Landin (4), Jakobsen (1), Lauge (9), Zachariassen, Saugstrup (2), Svan (4), Möllgaard, Mensah (2), Toft Hansen (1), Mikkel Hansen (3), Johan Hansen, Andersson, Öris (4), Holm (1).
Switzerland: Bringolf (9 saves)/Grazioli (ab 53./2 saves); Schmid (10/3), Meister (2), Rubin (4), Tynowski (2), Svajlen, Lier (2), Sidorowicz (3), Röthlisberger, Küttel (1), Maros (1), Tominec (1), Schelker, Gerbl, Zehnder.

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