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Denmark v France - Full Handball Final - Rio 2016 | Throwback Thursday

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📲 Subscribe to 🤍olympics: 🤍 Enjoy this classic Olympic Handball final between, Denmark and France from The Summer Olympic Games Rio 2016. What is your favorite Olympic moment of all time? Let us know in the comments below and it might be featured in the next #ThrowbackThursday! _ 🇨🇳 #Beijing2022 replays: 🤍 🇯🇵 #Tokyo2020 replays: 🤍 🗞️ News from the Olympic world: 🤍

Paris Saint-Germain Handball vs THW Kiel ● EHF Champions League Quarter Final 19/5/2021 FULL MATCH

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💥 2nd leg of the QF between two top teams, Kiel and PSG looking for the ticket to de Final4 💥🤾🏻🤾🏻 ● 📌 The germans won the trophy in 2020 and arrived to Paris whith a two gol advantage. Who was the MVP?💯 Comment below ⬇️ Like and share 👍🙏 Support me 👉 🤍 🌍 🇦🇷 MercadoPago 👉 CVU 0000003100024495086275 .● 📺 WATCH NEXT ➡️ Portugal gets the ticket to Tokio2020 🇯🇵🤍 . ◾Twitter ➡️ 🤍 ◾Instagram ➡️ 🤍 ◾Twitch ➡️ 🤍 . ✅ Recommended playlists 📺 🤍 📺 🤍 🎬🎥 Dirección 👉 Andrés Tartaglia ⚙️ Edición 👉 Matías Tartaglia y Andrés Tartaglia #ehfchampionsleague #final4 #handball #psg #kiel

FC Barcelona - Vive Kielce | Full Game Highlights | Handball Champions League Final 2022

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Thank you for Rating, Sharing and Comments! My Instagram: 🤍 No copyright infringement is intendet, the videos are edited to follow the "Free Use" guideline of YouTube. Images by: European Handball Federation ARD ZDF Deutschlandradio Beitragsservice #Handball #Sports #HandballNation

Netherlands vs Norway Handball Women's World Championship Spain 2021

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Netherlands vs Norway Handball Women's World Championship Spain 2021 Comeback Queens Norway Eliminate Reigning World Champions Down by six goals in the first half, Norway completed a vintage comeback to seal the first place in Group II of the main round at Spain 2021, eliminating reigning world champions the Netherlands with a 37:34 win. Courtesy of Norway’s win against the Netherlands and producing four wins and two draws until this point in the competition, Sweden joined their Scandinavian counterparts in the quarter-finals. MAIN ROUND GROUP II Netherlands vs Norway 34:37 (17:17) Historically, the Netherlands were always conceding losses in crucial matches against Norway. It happened both in the final at Denmark 2015, in the EHF EURO final in 2016 and in the bronze-medal game at the Olympic Games Rio 2016. But for 15 minutes in the final match of the main round at Spain 2021, the Netherlands purely forgot about the Norwegian complex and played their hearts out, producing better handball than they even displayed at Japan 2019, when they won the gold medal. It started from defence, where Tess Wester frustrated the Norwegian players with her saves and right back Dione Housheer stole two of the four balls intercepted by the Netherlands. And it was in attack where everything clicked, as Norway’s defence was left dumbfounded by the amount of creativity and collective play displayed by the reigning world champions. By the 15th minute, Netherlands used two 3:0 unanswered runs to open an unbelievable 11:5 gap. Norwegian pair of goalkeepers of Silje Solberg and Katrine Lunde did not save a shot until the 15th minute, as the golden dream of winning the IHF Women’s World Championship looked done and dusted for Norway. Slowly, the Scandinavian side remembered that they beat this Netherlands team by 15 goals in a friendly game three weeks ago, 36:21, and started to be more clinical in attack. With Solberg boasting a six-save tally in the last 14 minutes of the first half, the Netherlands were starting to feel the pressure. It takes an experienced, confident and level-minded team to attempt a comeback and Norway basically ticks all those boxes. When the defence started to block the Netherlands, easy goals followed in attack. Therefore, the six-goal advantage boasted by the Netherlands by the 11th minute was gone by half-time, 17:17. As you were! But Norway did not forget what brought them to this score and picked up exactly were they left off, jumping to a 25:21 lead, scoring eight goals in 12 minutes, with wings Malin Aune and Camilla Herrem and back Henny Reistad lighting up the scoreboard. By the 48th minute, Reistad was already on nine goals and Herrem on seven, yet the Netherlands were still there, somehow, keeping track of every error from Norway and taking advantage with plenty of passes to the line player, Danick Snelder, who scored six goals throughout the game. The two teams went back and forth, but the Netherlands could never find the resources to tie the game. They got to only one goal thrice in the last three minutes, but Norway always scored easily, be it with a powerful shot from Emilie Hegh Arntzen, through line player Maren Aardahl or something created by Nora Mork, who finished the match with eight goals. Eventually, as back Inger Smits missed a one-on-one shot with Solberg, hitting the post, Norway sealed the 37:34 win, which helped them win the group and eliminated the Netherlands from the competition, ensuring a new world champion will be crowned at Spain 2021. Norway will face RHF on Wednesday in the quarter-finals, while Sweden play against France with an eye on the semi-finals. Disappointingly, the Netherlands, who lost only once in this competition, went out, despite producing an otherworldly performance in attack at Spain 2021, having scored 270 goals in six games. hummel Player of the Match: Henny Reistad, Norway Photo: RFEBM / Á. Bermejo No copyright infringement is intendet, the videos are edited to follow the "Free Use" guideline of YouTube. Images by: European Handball Federation International Handball Federation #handball #handballWorld Handball (y) Like/Subscribe (y) Handball Handball Video Credits by m4sport FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL Get updates or reach out to Get updates on our Social Media Profiles Twitter 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Tiktok 🤍

Highlights: Denmark - Egypt | Quarter finals | 27th IHF Men's Handball World Championship| Egypt2021

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Paris Saint Germain HB Vs Barça Full Game Highlights Handball Champions League 2021

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Paris Saint Germain HB v Barça Full Game Highlights Handball Champions League 2021 BARÇA DESERVEDLY SNATCH A POINT IN PARIS EHF / Kevin Domas 09 December 2021, 23:00 After Barça’s win in the first game, Paris Saint-Germain Handball were motivated to turn things around at home on Thursday evening, just like they did against Lomza Vive Kielce last week. It showed in the opening minutes of the game, as the French team made a roaring start. But despite Timothey N’Guessan’s injury, Barça turned things around in the second half thanks to a stronger defence and a stellar performance from Gonzalo Perez de Vargas. In the dying seconds, both sides could have won the game but instead took one point each as the match ended 28:28. GROUP B Paris Saint-Germain Handball (FRA) vs Barça (ESP) 28:28 (17:15) PSG held an early five-goal advantage after making a better start, and Nedim Remili scored his 400th EHF Champions League goal along the way but as the first half was divided in two parts, Haniel Langaro set things straight for Barça, netting four times to put his team back on track before the break Barça came out much more aggressive defensively after the break, conceding only three goals in the first 15 minutes of the second half thanks to Gonzalo Perez de Vargas on the other side of the court, as Aleix Gómez and Haniel Langaro did not miss much, the Spanish side led by two goals in the 47th minute the game was decided in the last seconds: while Gómez scored his last penalty, Mathieu Grebille converted his last shot, meaning that both teams were level at the final whistle the top scorer of the game was Ferran Sole, who netted eight times for PSG both teams are level on 12 points after this draw. PSG are in second place in the group standings; Barça are fourth Gonzalo Perez de Vargas – what a show After conceding 17 goals in the first half of the game, Barça only conceded 11 goals in the second half – and they can thank Gonzalo Perez de Vargas. After sitting on the bench at the end of the first half, the Spanish goalkeeper only let in three goals in the first 16 minutes of the second half. If Barça coach Antonio Carlos Ortega thought that his performance was not worth it in the first half, he must have changed his mind at the final whistle after Perez de Vargas had denied the PSG players victory. Congratulations to Barcelona tonight. The first half was very good for us, we were very concentrated and everybody played perfect. (The) second half was more difficult for us. Barcelona was great in defence, but we played better at the very end of the game. Raul Gonzalez Paris Saint-Germain HB head coach It was a very tough match and a beautiful match for spectators. We were at minus five or minus six at one moment in the first half, but we kept our calm and took it step by step to be back in the game. Our second half was much better. Our defence was better. Antonio Carlos Ortega Barça head coach No copyright infringement is intendet, the videos are edited to follow the "Free Use" guideline of YouTube. Images by: European Handball Federation International Handball Federation #handball #handball World Handball (y) Like/Subscribe (y) Handball Handball Video Credits by m4sport FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL Get updates or reach out to Get updates on our Social Media Profiles Twitter 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Tiktok 🤍

Spain - Denmark Semi Finals men's handball world championship Egypt 2021

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Spain - Denmark Semi Finals men's handball world championship Egypt 2021 Spain - Denmark Semi Finals men's #håndbold #handball #balonmano

Netherlands - Norway. Handball World Women's Championship 2019

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Handball Netherlands vs Norway. IHF World Women's Championship Japan 2019 📺 WATCH NEXT - Norway vs Netherlands. Women's Friendly 2021 🤍 #handball #handbal #håndball #sports #handball19 #HandballPlanet

Spain vs France | Highlights | Bronze Final 2021 | Handball World Championship

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IHF World Men's Handball Championship Egypt 2021, Bronze Final (Third place game). Spain - France. Full game highlights (31-01-2021), Cairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex 🔴 Subscribe for more handball: 🤍 Share this video with a friend: 🤍 📺 WATCH NEXT - Denmark vs Sweden | Highlights | World Championship Final 2021 🤍 📺 Germany - France | Handball World Championship 2019 | Bronze Final 🤍 ✅ Recommended videos: Handball World Championship 2021: 📺 Norway vs France | Highlights | 2021 🤍 📺 Spain vs Norway | Highlights I Quarterfinals 2021 🤍 📺 France vs Hungary | Highlights I Quarterfinals 2021 🤍 📺 Spain vs Denmark. Semifinal 2021 🤍 📺 France vs Sweden | Highlights | Semifinal 2021 🤍 📺 France vs Spain. Handball World Men's Championship 1995 🤍 ✅ Recommended playlists: 📺 2021 World Men's Handball Championship 🤍 📺 Balonmano España 🤍 📺 Handball France 🤍 📺 Handball World Cup 2021 🤍 📺 Handball Highlights 2021 🤍 🔴 Other videos on the channel - 🤍 ✅ Let's connect: ➞ Facebook - 🤍handballplanet24 🤍 ➞ Facebook group – Handball Planet 🤍 ➞ Twitter - 🤍handballplanet 🤍 ➞ Instagram - handball_play 🤍 SPAIN: Rodrigo Corrales, Gonzalo Perez de Vargas; Alex Dujshebaev, Ruben Marchan, Jorge Maqueda, Angel Fernandez, Ferran Sole, Daniel Dujshebaev, Raul Entrerrios, Daniel Sarmiento, Joan Canellas, Aleix Gomez, Viran Morros, Adria Figueras, Aitor Arino, Gedeon Guardiola FRANCE: Vincent Gerard, Yann Genty; Kentin Mahe, Hugo Descat, Valentin Porte, Nedim Remili, Melvyn Richardson, Dika Mem, Nicolas Tournat, Luc Abalo, Michael Guigou, Ludovic Fabregas, Nicolas Claire, Adrien Dipanda, Jean-Jacques Acquevillo #handball #balonmano #egypt2021 #sports #HandballPlanet

Qatar vs France | 2015 World Men's Handball Championship | M9 |Final | قطر - فرنسا

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Qatar vs France | 2015 World Men's Handball Championship | M9 | Final | قطر - فرنسا

Denmark - France | Highlights | Handball World Championship 2019 | Semifinal

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Egypt - Algeria | highlights | African Handball Championship 2020

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Semifinal. 2020 African Men's Handball Championship #handball #sports #HandballPlanet

Denmark Vs Spain bronze medal Handball Women's World Championship Spain 2021

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Denmark Vs Spain bronze medal Handball Women's World Championship Spain 2021 handball women's handball Denmark MIGHTY DENMARK SECURE FIRST MEDAL SINCE 2013 It was always a question about which one of the two sides contending for the bronze medal at Spain 2021 was going to overcome their semi-final defeat easier. In the case of the 25th IHF Women’s World Championship, the answer was Denmark, who rode three strong unanswered runs to open an unassailable gap and clinch a 35:28 win against hosts Spain. handball women's The Scandinavian side, the team who conceded the lowest number of goals on average at Spain 2021, won their first medal in major international tournaments since Serbia 2013, displaying once again the type of game which could help them challenge for more in the next years. BRONZE-MEDAL GAME Denmark vs Spain 35:28 (16:13) A bronze-medal game is usually not as important as the final at the IHF Women’s World Championship, for clear reasons, but for both Denmark and hosts Spain, this match was paramount, with clear implications for their future and their development. Denmark failed to win a medal at a major international competition since Serbia 2013, when they took a 30:26 win in the bronze-medal game against Poland, and Spain were aiming to end the competition, which they both hosted and started so well, on a high. And for the first four minutes, ‘Las Guererras’ delighted their fans, who flocked to the Palau de l’Esports de Granollers, shocking Denmark with their aggressive 5-1 defensive system, that prevented the Scandinavian side to score a goal. Taking the lead was enough for Spain, who deployed their usual style, trying to extend the attacks as much as possible, knowing that Denmark can be deadly on fast breaks. But Denmark are far from being pushovers and, despite their defeat in the semi-final against France on Friday, can still be pretty good in attack. Right back Louise Burgaard, in particular, was in fine shooting form, enabling Denmark to deploy a 3:0 run between the 12th and 16th minute to take an 8:6 lead. However, the difference between the two teams, who are definitely among the top four defensive sides in the competition, was surely the attack. Denmark converted 73% of their shots in the first half, while Spain missed half of their chances, including some one-on-ones with Denmark’s goalkeeper Sandra Toft. While the usually reliable Toft did not record more than five saves in the first half, it was Denmark’s defence who constantly forced Spain to take risky shots, riding a 4:0 run that prevented their opponents to score for nearly six minutes. Hitting the post four times did not help, but, in general, Spain’s woes were more about missing the clear-cut chances they had than not creating them in the first place. Spain’s usually vocal fans were, therefore, disappointed, but ‘Las Guerreras’ needed their push to mount a comeback in the second half, trying to cancel the three-goal lead taken by Denmark in the first 30 minutes (16:13). Yet, something was amiss for the hosts. Failing to score in the first five minutes and three seconds of the second half enabled Denmark to use another 3:0 run to open a six-goal gap, 19:13. By that moment, it was pretty clear for both sides who will win the bronze medal, with Spain having nothing in the tank, especially in attack, to push Denmark one bit. The superb display of backs Louise Burgaard and Anne Mette Hansen, who combined for 13 goals while missing only one shot between them, lifted the Scandinavian to an unassailable 28:19 lead, with 11 minutes to go. As the celebrations had already started on Denmark’s bench, Spain could really do nothing, as Denmark celebrated the second largest win ever in an IHF Women’s World Championship bronze-medal match, 35:28, only two goals shy of the record set by Romania against Poland at Denmark 2015 (31:22). With their stated objective of a place among the top four teams in the world, Denmark had already made good on their promise, but clinching the bronze medal at Spain 2021 will surely boost the morale of the Scandinavian team, which has known a big resurgence under coach Jesper Jensen, who was appointed in 2020. A great defence, two of the best goalkeepers in the competition and an efficient attack were the ingredients that brought Denmark their first medal in major international tournaments since 2013, with the Scandinavian side aiming higher in the next years. On the other hand, Spain took a step back after Japan 2019, when they won the silver medal, finishing the competition on home soil with two losses in a row after winning their first seven games. Yet, for ‘Las Guerreras’, this could still be considered as a positive, with new players like Paula Arcos Poveda and Elisabet Cesareo emerging to form a good base for the future. hummel Player of the Match: Sandra Toft, Denmark #handballwrold #handball #balonmano

Sweden Vs Norway handball Women's World Championship Spain 2021

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Sweden Vs Norway handball Women's World Championship Spain 2021 Sweden Vs Norway Highlights Women's World Championship Spain 2021 Deadlock In A Scandinavian Derby For The Ages Norway led by as many as four in the Scandinavian derby against Sweden, only for the game to be finished in a crunch draw, 30:30, after left wing Olivia Mellegard scored with only four seconds to go before the final whistle. The reigning European champions are now tied with the Netherlands for the group’s lead, with Sweden one point behind, with no main round berth awarded before the last match day in Castelló. MAIN ROUND GROUP II Sweden vs Norway 30:30 (12:14) Two superb teams providing two of the best attacks at Spain 2021. Two sets of amazing fans, who occupied two corners in the Pabellón Ciutat de Castelló, painting them red and yellow. Two Scandinavian rivals, fighting for a place in the quarter-finals at the 25th IHF Women’s World Championship. The scene was set, therefore everybody expected the Scandinavian derby between Sweden and Norway to truly deliver one of the best matches at Spain 2021. And, sure enough, there was drama, plenty of superb goals, a flurry of saves by the two goalkeepers and, eventually, a deadlock that means this group is still wide open before the final match day. Yet it was far from easy for the reigning European champions, who saw themselves down 4:6 after 13 minutes. It was the logical consequence after an enormous display from Sweden’s defence, spearheaded by goalkeeper Evelina Eriksson, who saved five of the eight shots she faced, for an outstanding 62.5% saving efficiency. With Norway’s attack limited to a meagre 36% efficiency, it was time for coach Thorir Hergeirsson to change something and introducing back Henny Reistad and left wing Camilla Herrem really turned the game on its head. Norway produced a superb 3:0 run, based on saves from goalkeeper Silje Solberg, to take back the lead they conceded after Sweden produced their own 3:0 run. With the sheer depth displayed by Norway, it was hard for their rivals to keep track. Powered by two goals from Reistad and line player Kari Brattset Dale each, Norway took a 14:12 lead into the break, with Dale converting the last shot in the final second, being impossible to stop by Sweden’s defence. It looked like game over as soon as Norway took a 21:17 lead, with some swift attacking moves, as Sweden had little answer to their attack. But a time-out called by coach Tomas Axner instilled new life into Sweden, which looked transformed both in defence and in attack. One goal and one assist from centre back Jamina Roberts and two goals from left back Emma Lindkvist propelled Sweden to an excellent 5:0 run, preventing Norway to score for five minutes and 46 seconds. Norway came back to their senses for a bit, with Nora Mork and Kari Brattset Dale scoring two goals each, but the spark missed from the Scandinavian side, especially in defence, as Sweden took advantage of every chance they had. With 90 seconds before the end of the game, Norway boasted a 30:28 lead and everything seemed to be looking to go their way, which would have seen them through to the quarter-finals. Yet, Sweden were superb in defence, stopping Norway twice and extending the attack just enough to have the final say in the game. The ball passed through all the players’ hands before ending in left wing Olivia Mellegard’s, who beat Katrine Lunde with a perfect shot, sealing a point for Sweden in a 30:30 deadlock. Despite not losing a game at Spain 2021, Norway fell to the second place in Group II, tied in points with the Netherlands, but boasting a lower goal difference. Yet, there can be only one come Monday, with the top two places colliding in Castelló for a quarter-final berth. Despite being third in the group, only one point behind the two sides, Sweden might see their game against Romania as a huge opportunity to progress to the top eight teams at Spain 2021. hummel Player of the Match: Jamina Roberts, Sweden Photo: RFEBM / Á. Bermejo No copyright infringement is intendet, the videos are edited to follow the "Free Use" guideline of YouTube. Images by: European Handball Federation International Handball Federation #handball #handball World Handball (y) Like/Subscribe (y) Handball Handball Video Credits by m4sport FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL Get updates or reach out to Get updates on our Social Media Profiles Twitter 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Tiktok 🤍

Paul Brady GAA World Handball Champion on Trans World Sport

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TWS in the Republic of Ireland with Gaelic Handball legend, Paul Brady. Subscribe to Trans World Sport: 🤍 TWS features sports action from around the globe, including reports from the biggest international competitions, in-depth features on lesser-known sports and profiles of rising stars of the future. Follow us: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍

50 BEST GOALS | Handball World Championship 2021

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Best goals World Men's Handball Championship, Egypt 2021: 00:00 - Intro 00:22 - Mikkel Hansen (Denmark – Qatar) 00:50 - Andy Schmid (Switzerland – Iceland) 01:04 - Dika Mem (France – Hungary) 01:25 - Szymon Sicko (Poland – Germany) 01:36 - Kentin Mahe (Norway – France) 01:50 - Nikolaj Oris Nielsen (Denmark – Sweden) 02:10 - Andy Schmid (France – Switzerland) 02:38 - Ferran Sole (Spain – France) 03:09 - Kentin Mahe (Norway – France) 03:22 - Jacob Holm (Denmark – Sweden) 03:45 - Alex Dujshebaev (Spain – France) 03:52 - Andy Schmid (Algeria – Switzerland) 04:09 - Federico Pizarro (Argentina – Bahrain) 04:24 - Ayoub Abdi (France – Algeria) 04:49 - Valentin Porte (France – Algeria) 05:11 - Arnar Freyr Arnarsson (Iceland – Norway) 05:28 - Federico Pizarro (Argentina – Croatia) 05:47 - Frankis Carol Marzo (Sweden – Qatar) 06:03 - Henrique Teixeira (Spain – Brazil) 06:19 - Hiroki Motoki (Croatia – Japan) 06:37 - Jiun Kim (Seungmin Lee) (Korea - Russia (RHF)) 06:52 - Luka Sebetic (Denmark – Croatia) 07:10 - Federico Pizarro (Argentina - DR Congo) 07:23 - Rogerio Moraes Ferreira (Spain – Brazil) 07:35 - Alex Dujshebaev (Spain – Norway) 07:52 - Andrei Yurynok (Sweden – Belarus) 08:21 - Rudolph Hackbarth (Spain – Brazil) 08:38 - Mathias Gidsel (Denmark – Egypt) 08:51 - Marino Maric (Croatia – Japan) 09:05 - Matyas Gyori (Hungary - Cape Verde) 09:19 - Medhi Ben Romdhane (Switzerland – Norway) 09:38 - Ali Zein (Denmark – Egypt) 09:53 - Romain Lagarde (Portugal – France) 10:10 - Miguel Martins (Portugal – France) 10:22 - Rome Hebo (Angola – Morocco) 10:40 - Sebastian Frimmel (Norway – Austria) 10:51 - Sander Sagosen (Norway – Austria) 11:04 - Victor Iturriza (Switzerland – Portugal) 11:20 - Ahmed Elahmar (Russia (RHF) – Egypt) 11:41 - Artsem Karalek (Slovenia – Belarus) 11:59 - Daniel Dujshebaev (Spain – Denmark) 12:12 - Felix Claar (France – Sweden) 12:25 - Geronimo Goyoaga Alonso (Uruguay – Spain) 12:49 - Jin Watanabe (Bahrain – Japan) 13:00 - Kentin Mahe (Iceland – France) 13:28 - Mads Mensah Larsen (Denmark – Croatia) 13:38 - Mohamed Ahmed (Croatia – Bahrain) 13:50 - Pablo Ariel Simonet (Japan – Argentina) 14:15 - Manuel Antonio Nascimento (Angola - DR Congo) 14:35 - Rafael Capote (Qatar – Bahrain) 14:57 - Zephyrin Bouity Genese (Tunisia - DR Congo) 15:12 - Haniel Langaro (Hungary – Brazil) 15:31 - Kiril Lazarov (North Macedonia – Chile) 15:57 - Mikkel Hansen (Spain – Denmark) Thank you for Rating and Comments! #handball #sports #HandballPlanet

Norway - Denmark | Highlights | Final 2019 | Handball World Championship

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Handball IHF World Men's Championship 2019, Final. Norway - Denmark. Full game highlights. 27 January 2019, Herning / Jyske Bank Boxen 🔴 Subscribe for more handball: 🤍 Share this video with a friend: 🤍 📺 Watch next – Norway - Denmark. Handball Final World Championship 2019 🤍 Spain - Denmark. 2021 World Men's Handball Championship 🤍 ✅ Recommended playlists: 📺 2019 World Men's Handball Championship - 🤍 📺 Håndbold Danmark VM 2019 - 🤍 📺 Håndball Norge - 🤍 📺 Håndbold Danmark - 🤍 🔴 Other videos on the channel - 🤍 ✅ Let's connect: ➞ Facebook - 🤍handballplanet24 🤍 ➞ Facebook group – Handball Planet 🤍 ➞ Twitter - 🤍handballplanet 🤍 ➞ Instagram - handball_play 🤍 Norway - Denmark - 22-31 (11-18) Referees: Gubica Matija (CRO) - Milosevic Boris (CRO) Norway: 5. Sander Sagosen 3/9, 8. Bjarte Myrhol 1/2, 9. Henrik Jakobsen 0/2, 11. Petter Overby 1/1, 16. Espen Christensen 0/0, 17. Magnus Jondal 9/11, 19. Kristian Bjornsen 2/4, 21. Magnus Gullerud 0/0, 23. Goran Johannessen 3/5, 24. Christian O Sullivan 0/1, 25. Eivind Tangen 0/1, 27. Harald Reinkind 1/4, 30. Torbjorn Bergerud 0/0, 71. Alexander Blonz 0/0, 77. Magnus Rod 2/4, 89. Espen Lie Hansen 0/0. Denmark: 1. Niklas Landin 0/0, 4. Magnus Landin 3/4, 6. Casper U. B. Mortensen 0/0, 10. Nikolaj R. B. Markussen 0/2, 11. Rasmus Lauge 4/5, 14. Anders Zachariassen 3/3, 16. Jannick Green 0/0, 17. Lasse J. Svan 4/5, 18. Hans O. Lindberg 0/0, 21. Henrik Mollgaard 0/0, 22. Mads Mensah 4/6, 23. Henrik Toft 0/0, 24. Mikkel Hansen 7/12, 25. Morten Toft Olsen 5/7, 31. Nikolaj Oris 1/2, 34. Simon Hald 0/0 #handball #håndball #håndbold #handball19 #sports #HandballPlanet

DR Congo - Denmark. 2021 World Men's Handball Championship

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Handball DR Congo - Denmark. World Men's Championship 2021. Preliminary round (17-01-2021) Cairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex, Cairo #handball​​​​​​ #egypt2021 #håndbold​​​​​​ #sports​​​​ #HandballPlanet

France Vs Denmark Semi-final Handball Women's World Championship Spain 2021

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France Vs Denmark Semi-final Handball Women's World Championship Spain 2021 GRIT, LUCK AND DEFENCE: HOW FRANCE BEAT THE ODDS TO WRITE HISTORY Qualifying for the big final in one year in the top three international competitions – the IHF Women’s World Championship, the Women’s EHF EURO and the Olympic Games – is not unparalleled, but it is a feature reserved only for the best teams in the history of handball. Only two other sides have managed that feat, with Denmark conquering all titles, at the Olympic Games Atlanta 1996, the Women’s EHF EURO 1996 and at Germany 1997, and Norway securing the gold at Brazil 2011, the Olympic Games London 2012 and the silver medal at the Women’s EHF EURO 2012. Now, the shortlist has been completed by a third team, France, who secured silver at the Women’s EHF EURO 2020, became Olympic champions for the first time at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and have qualified for the final at Spain 2021 with their best start in their participations at the IHF Women’s World Championship. “For me, the World Championship is the only competition that is missing from my resume. We have already secured a medal, but what I really want is the gold,” said Pauletta Foppa, France’s line player who will turn 21 three days after the big final at Spain 2021, and has been nicknamed ‘The Octopus’ for her antics on the court. That experience has been priceless in crunch moments, but France have long embodied the team spirit, grit and resilience needed by top teams to reach the pinnacle in the crucial games of the competition. The recipe was the same at Spain 2021, despite ‘Les Bleues’ having one of the most difficult schedules in the competition. France’s draw has not been kind with the reigning Olympic champions, as Olivier Krumbholz’s side faced seven European opponents on their way to the final, with the eighth game pitting them against African champions, Angola. When France delivered the gold medal at the IHF Women’s World Championship at Croatia 2003 and Germany 2017, they dropped one game each time, but in December 2021, they have truly delivered a performance for the ages, boasting an eight-game winning streak, their biggest in history in the competition. “It is difficult, because, as the reigning Olympic champions, you have a target on your back and every team wants to beat you. We want to give everything every time we take the court, because we do not know what can happen tomorrow. This is the spirit of French handball,” said centre back Grace Zaadi to ihf.info after the 23:22 win against Denmark in the semi-finals. And it was exactly the spirit, shown time and time again in Olivier Krumbholz’s two stints as France’s coach that truly lifted France from difficult moments in this tournament. In the knockout phase, in Granollers, ‘Les Bleuses’ found themselves trailing by two against Sweden and by as many as four in the 39th minute against Denmark. Each time, they pulled a rabbit out of the hat, displayed enormous courage in defence and stopped the opponents in their tracks, with the kind of defensive nous instilled in the teams that know how to win by spending every ounce of energy in them. Their attacking stats do not make for easy reading; France have scored 218 goals in eight games, 73 less than Norway. They even scored less than the Netherlands, who had 270 goals, despite playing two games less than the reigning Olympic champions. But the defence worked like a charm, a big improvement from their performance at Japan 2019, when France finished 13th, securing the President’s Cup. Foppa and Zaadi are France’s top scorers, with 26 and 25 goals, enough for the 48th and 54th places in the top scorers list. To put those numbers into perspective, Sweden’s right wing Nathalie Hagman scored 19 goals in two different matches by herself, against Puerto Rico and Kazakhstan. Yet this does not deter France for a bit. Everything changes from a defensive perspective, with France conceding 168 goals in the tournament, or 21 goals per game, one goal less than Norway, whom they will meet in the final, but 14 goals more than Denmark, who are the top defence at Spain 2021. “We won with courage, being competent in defence and bringing lucidity to our game whenever everything looked to be lost. Our defence has been amazing, with the players who are staying in the center, the core for our system, being huge,” said France’s coach, Olivier Krumbholz, after the 23:22 win against Denmark in the semi-final. Time and time again, those ingredients have been paramount to France’s success in the last two decades, yet opponents have never figured out how to really take advantage of what really hurts France into games. The reigning world champions have one of the worst shooting efficiencies between the 24 teams that qualified for the main round at Spain 2021, 59%, yet came out unscathed in every one of the eight games they played until the final.

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Switzerland vs Norway | Highlights | 2021 Handball World Championship

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IHF World Men's Handball Championship 2021. Preliminary round. Switzerland - Norway. Full game highlights. 16 January, Dr. Hassan Moustafa Sports Hall, 6th of October City. 🔴 Subscribe for more handball: 🤍 Share this video with a friend: 🤍 📺 WATCH NEXT - Denmark vs Sweden | Highlights | World Championship Final 2021 🤍 📺 Spain vs France | Highlights | Bronze Final 2021 | Handball World Championship 🤍 ✅ Recommended videos: Handball World Championship 2021: 📺 Norway vs France | Highlights | 2021 🤍 📺 Spain vs Norway | Highlights I Quarterfinals 2021 🤍 📺 France vs Hungary | Highlights I Quarterfinals 2021 🤍 📺 Spain vs Denmark. Semifinal 2021 🤍 📺 France vs Sweden | Highlights | Semifinal 2021 🤍 ✅ Recommended playlists: 📺 2021 World Men's Handball Championship 🤍 📺 Håndball VM 2021 Norge 🤍 📺 Handball Schweiz 🤍 📺 Handball World Cup 2021 🤍 📺 Handball Highlights 2021 🤍 🔴 Other videos on the channel - 🤍 ✅ Let's connect: ➞ Facebook - 🤍handballplanet24 🤍 ➞ Facebook group – Handball Planet 🤍 ➞ Twitter - 🤍handballplanet 🤍 ➞ Instagram - handball_play 🤍 SWITZERLAND: Aurel Bringolf, Nikola Portner; Andy Schmid (1), Lenny Rubin (4), Cedrie Tynowski (2), Michal Svajlen, Marvin Lier (7), Roman Sidorowicz (2), Leonard Grazioli, Nicolas Raemy, Samuel Rothlisberger, Nik Tominec, Samuel Zehnder (1), Alen Milosevic (7), Philip Novak, Medhi Ben Romdhane (1). Сoach: Michael Suter NORWAY: Torbjorn Bergerud, Kristian Sæveras; Magnus Jondal (4), Sander Sagosen (11), Sander Overjordet, William Aar, Goran Johannessen (6), Bjarte Myrhol (2), Henrik Jakobsen (1), Christian O'Sullivan (1), Alexander Blonz , Kent Robin Tonnesen, Kristian Bjornsen (1), Harald Reinkind (5), Thomas Solstad, Kevin Gulliksen. Сoach: Christian Berge #handball #håndball #sports #HandballPlanet

TOP RED CARDS World Women's Handball Championship 2021

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All red cards. IHF World Women's Handball Championship, Spain 2021 0:00 Intro 0:30 Yvette Yuoh vs Dilbarhon Bahromova (Cameroon - Uzbekistan) 1:00 Maftunakhon Vosiljonova vs Anna Lagerquist (Sweden - Uzbekistan) 1:30 Mia Zschocke vs Rikke Iversen (Denmark - Germany) 2:05 Nina Neidhart vs Josipa Mamic (Austria - Croatia) 2:35 Evelina Kallhage vs Zuleika Fuentes (Sweden - Puerto Rico) 3:02 Juliana Jose Machado vs Ivona Pavicevic (Montenegro - Angola) 3:31 Tatjana Brnovic (France - Montenegro) 4:06 Marija Petrovic vs Milana Tazhenova (Russia - Serbia) 4:46 Marketa Hurychova vs Antje Lauenroth (Germany - Czech Republic) 5:09 Karin Bujnochova vs Jana Knedlikova (Czech Republic - Slovakia) 5:52 Stelvia de Jesus Pascoal vs Karichma Kaltoume Ekoh (Angola - Cameroon) 6:27 Michaela Holanova vs Barbora Lancz (Czech Republic - Slovakia) 7:05 Yvette Yuoh vs Amal Hamrouni (Cameroon – Tunisia) 7:39 Marija Jovanovic vs Itana Grbic (Montenegro - Serbia) 8:08 Xeniya Pupchenkova vs Angela Malestein (Kazakhstan - Netherlands) 8:39 Livia Ventura vs Luciana Mendoza (Argentina - Brazil) 9:18 Atsuko Baba vs Mirela Dedic (Japan - Austria) International Handball Federation ✅ Recommended videos: 📺 TOP RED CARDS 2019 Handball World Championship 🤍 📺 TOP 10 RED CARDS Handball Men's EHF EURO 2022 🤍 📺 TOP 5 RED CARDS Handball EHF EURO 2020 🤍 📺 Top 20 Red Cards Handball World Men's Championship 2021 🤍 ✅ Recommended playlists: 📺 Red cards in handball 🤍 #handball​​​​​​ #redcard #sports​​​​ #HandballPlanet

Germany - France | Handball World Championship 2019 | Bronze Final

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IHF World Men's Handball Championship 2019. Third place game. Germany vs France - 25-26 (13-9) 27 January 2019 #handball #sports #handball19 #HandballPlanet

Denmark Vs Brazil Handball Women's World Championship Spain 2021

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Denmark Vs Brazil Handball Women's World Championship Spain 2021 Rikke Iversen is smiling. Smiling in December, in Barcelona and into the glare of the warm Balearic sun as she contemplates her first-ever IHF Women’s World Championship semi-final with Denmark, against France on Friday (17 December). “That sounds like a dream come true, right?,” says the 28-year-old to ihf.info when asked to respond to that list of where she finds herself now. “It's the most perfect, idyllic day to be talking about the semi-finals. We're just happy to be here.” That is no understatement. One year ago, Denmark, like all other 15 teams were locked away in a COVID ‘red bubble’ hotel on home soil in the 2020 European Championship, where they lost the bronze-medal match against Croatia to finish fourth. “You know, I feel like it's so far behind now because we've been through so much and COVID also makes every day a little bit longer,” says the Odense Handbold player. “So much has happened in the clubs at home and on the national team since. We actually said; ‘Oh my God, was it just last year?’ We were stuck in the hotel and now we have the possibility to go out, have people in the seats (at the arena), cheering. It's a whole new year, but it's only one year. “After the championship we talked about it and we had a lot of analysis, doing what went wrong [if it was] mental or something. We went through it and hopefully we can do better this year,” she said about their home European Championship experience. “The chapter is over and we turned a new page. It's a new year, a new tournament and the opponent is someone else. It's better to look forward.” A 30:25 win over Brazil in their quarter-final on Tuesday (14 December) was their seventh win in seven games at Spain 2021 and afforded the Danes a rare back-to-back non-match day, able to watch the remaining two quarter-finals and their potential semi-final opponents in the match between France and Sweden the following day. France dispatched the Swedes in their match (31:26) to set-up Denmark’s first semi-final in the competition since 2013 and while it was a chance for team bonding, it was also an opportunity to learn a little bit more about the challenge they face. “We watched it on a big screen in a room at the hotel and everybody was together,” said Iversen. “It was nice. We were not cheering at anything specific but cheering at a good game. “There was no video analysis or anything but we all talked about [them]. I was sitting with Line Haugsted, my defender, and we were talking about, ‘okay if we meet the French, then Zaadi will do this’, and ‘if we meet the Swedish then Carin Stromberg will do this’. So of course we were looking at it but otherwise no, we're just drinking, eating and having some fun – Coca-Cola Zero and Pepsi Max of course.” So can Iversen just enjoy watching handball as a fan? “For me, I will say that I always watch handball to see if I can learn something especially the line player or in the defence. If I can see something they do or something, I'll be like, ‘Okay, this I need to try or this I can do more of,’ so you will always see a game and be like; ‘Oh, this is nice’, but you always learn something from it.” Iversen’s national team coach Jesper Jensen has decided recently to cancel training sessions for the team, preferring them to switch off from being on court with a ball, instead focusing on fitness and wellbeing. With mental health being more openly discussed in 2021 within sport and society in general, Iversen appreciates the break from the routine. “It’s so important, it’s one of the big factors we look at now and we have a lot of focus on that,” she says about mental health. “We still went to the fitness but just doing something else than throwing a ball. It's giving you some freedom to think about something else and not be the same. “These days we often have the same schedule to wake up: do this, eat there, be there, do this and then last night it was like ‘okay, you can get free and you can go for a walk. We went to a park in Barcelona and it was nice to see something else because otherwise we've been around the block, 100 times.” France, like Denmark, also boast a perfect record and came to Spain 2021 as Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 champions, with Iversen excited about the chance to test herself against the best in the world. “I'm looking forward so much, we know the French are coming with everything,” she said. “We will be scheduling every single (France) player and say: What can she do? What isn’t she that good at? What are we allowing in our defence? What are we not? They are good and have a lot of players so we have to see what is okay, and what is too much open.” ‘Open’ is not a word associated with the Danes at Spain 2021 though having conceded just 131 goals in their seven games so far (18.7 per game), the lowest of all four teams remaining.

Norway Vs RHF (Russia) Handball Women's World Championship Spain 2021

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Norway Vs Russia Handball Women's World Championship Spain 2021 MACHINE-LIKE EFFICIENCY POWERS NORWAY INTO THE SEMI-FINALS Norway sealed their fourth consecutive semi-final berth – and their seventh at the last eight editions of the IHF Women’s World Championship – after a comprehensive 34:28 win against RHF in the battle of the most decorated teams in history in the competition. The Scandinavian side will now face hosts Spain in a crunch semi-final, while the RHF will be eighth in the final standings, their worst performance in the competition since 1999. QUARTER-FINALS Norway vs RHF 34:28 (19:15) Conceding 19 goals in the first half of a IHF Women’s World Championship quarter-final match is virtually synonymous with elimination from the competition, but the RHF team had little to show against Norway, who ran riot for the first 30 minutes. It took a plethora of factors for Norway to display such ruthless efficiency, chief of which was the inability of the RHF goalkeepers to stop their shots, as Anastasiia Lagina and Polina Kaplina each saved one shot, with the Scandinavian side finishing the first part of the match with an otherworldly 83% shooting efficiency. But it was also Norway’s outstanding depth, creativity and plenty of teamwork, with 14 from their 19 goals coming from assists, six of which were delivered by the core of their attack, centre back Stine Bredal Oftedal. It was not a vintage performance from the Scandinavian side, rather than a job perfectly executed, with their 4:0 run between the second and fifth minute setting the tone for what ensued. Facing a young RHF team, who needed permanent instructions from coach Liudmila Bodnieva, who frequently conducted huddles with her players during the game, Norway displayed the usual machine-like efficiency. Ready to avenge the two consecutive losses from the bronze-medal game at Japan 2019 and the painful semi-final at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, which denied them a chance for the gold medal, the Scandinavian side seemed to be cruising to the win. But after scoring only twice in the first eight minutes of the second half, coach Thorir Hergeirsson sensed something was amiss, with the flawless attacking game from the first half disappearing into thin air. His perfect timing in calling a time-out was exactly the ingredient needed to recharge Norway’s batteries, as another 4:0 run, mirroring the one from the first half, basically ended the RHF’s pursuit for the win, as the reigning European champions jumped to a 26:20 lead, much to the joy of their fans present in Granollers. Individually, star right back Nora Mork, the hummel Player of the Match, had her best outing in the competition after somewhat of a hit-and-miss game against the Netherlands, being a key cog in Norway’s well-oiled machine, scoring nine goals and dishing four assists. Despite a late attempt for a comeback in the last 10 minutes of the game, when they used a 6:2 run to cut the gap to only five goals (25:30), the RHF could not derail Norway’s challenge for their fourth consecutive semi-final at the world handball flagship event. Eventually, the Scandinavian side enjoyed a thorough 34:28 win, not their biggest in history against their archrivals, or a win like the one in the quarter-finals at Germany 2017, 34:17, but enough to prove why they are one of the teams to beat at Spain 2021. Norway extended their unbeaten streak at Spain 2021 to seven games, six of which were wins, boasting their best start at the IHF Women’s World Championship since Italy 2001, when they went undefeated in the final, only to concede a loss against Russia. Their path to the final crosses the one of another unbeaten team in this tournament, hosts Spain, who won all of their seven games coming in the final weekend in Granollers, in a clash that will surely be one of the highlights of the tournament. On the other hand, RHF will now finish eighth, due to winning less points in the main round than any other qualified team in the knockout phase at Spain 2021. This will be the worst finish for the RHF in the IHF Women’s World Championship since Denmark/Norway 1999, when they finished 12th. hummel Player of the Match: Nora Mork, Norway No copyright infringement is intendet, the videos are edited to follow the "Free Use" guideline of YouTube. Images by: European Handball Federation International Handball Federation #handball #handballWorld #balonmano Handball (y) Like/Subscribe (y) Handball Handball Video Credits by m4sport FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL Get updates or reach out to Get updates on our Social Media Profiles Twitter 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Instagram 🤍

Denmark - Sweden | Highlights | World Championship Final 2021

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IHF World Men's Handball Championship Egypt 2021, Final. Denmark - Sweden. Full game highlights (31-01-2021) Cairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex, Cairo 🔴 Subscribe for more handball: 🤍 Share this video with a friend: 🤍 📺 WATCH NEXT - Handball WC 2019 Final. Norway - Denmark 🤍 ✅ Recommended playlists: 📺 Håndbold Danmark - 🤍 📺 Handboll Sverige - 🤍 🔴 Other videos on the channel - 🤍 ✅ Let's connect: ➞ Facebook - 🤍handballplanet24 🤍 ➞ Facebook group – Handball Planet 🤍 ➞ Twitter - 🤍handballplanet 🤍 ➞ Instagram - handball_play 🤍 #handball #egypt2021 #håndbold #handboll #sports #HandballPlanet

Denmark - Qatar. 2021 World Men's Handball Championship

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France - Romania. Handball World Men's Championship 1995

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Handball France vs Romania. World Men's Championship 1995 Iceland. Full match #handball #handbal #sports #HandballPlanet

Denmark - Argentina. 2021 World Men's Handball Championship

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Croatia - Germany. Handball World Men's Championship 2019

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France vs Sweden | Semi-Finals| 27th IHF Men's World Championship, Egypt 2021

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Top RED CARDS Handball EHF Champions League 2022

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TOP Red cards. Handball EHF Champions League 2021-2022: 🔔Subscribe, 👍Like, 📢 Rating and comment 00:00 Intro 00:36 Ali Zein vs Luc Steins (Paris Saint-Germain HB – Barca) 01:12 Denis Vasilev vs Teitur Orn Einarsson (SG Flensburg-Handewitt - HC Motor) 01:44 Sebastian Frimmel vs Simon Gade (Pick Szeged - Aalborg Handbold) 02:11 Gonzalo Perez de Vargas vs Diogo Branquinho (Barca - FC Porto) 02:42 Richard Bodo vs Goran Sogard Johannessen (SG Flensburg-Handewitt - Pick Szeged) 03:24 Patryk Walczak vs Eric Johansson (Elverum Handball - HC Vardar 1961) 03:56 Maksim Baranau vs Sindre Heldal (Elverum Handball - HC Meshkov Brest) 04:27 Djibril M’Bengue vs Catalin Octavian Bizau (CS Dinamo Bucuresti - FC Porto) 04:58 Artsem Karalek vs Petar Nenadic (Lomza Vive Kielce - Telekom Veszprem HC) 05:27 Dominik Mathe (Pick Szeged - Elverum Handball) 05:55 Viachaslau Bokhan vs Igor Karacic (HC Motor - Lomza Vive Kielce) 06:10 Daniel Dujshebaev vs Kyllian Villeminot (Montpellier HB - Lomza Vive Kielce) 06:45 Richard Bodo vs Diego Simonet (Pick Szeged - Montpellier HB) 07:21 Pedro Veitia Valdes vs Igor Karacic (Lomza Vive Kielce - FC Porto) 07:59 Militaru Robert Mihai vs Alex Dujshebaev (Lomza Vive Kielce - CS Dinamo Bucuresti) 08:30 Baptiste Bonnefond vs Csaba Leimeter (HC PPD Zagreb - HC Meshkov Brest) 09:06 Tomasz Gebala vs Nedim Remili (Paris Saint-Germain HB - Lomza Vive Kielce) 09:40 Adrian Sipos vs Amine Bannour (CS Dinamo Bucuresti - Telekom Veszprem HC) 10:23 Bakary Diallo vs Kyllian Villeminot (Montpellier HB - HC Vardar 1961) 10:56 Militaru Robert Mihai vs Mate Lekai (CS Dinamo Bucuresti - Telekom Veszprem HC) 11:28 Youssef Benali vs Rune Dahmke (THW Kiel – Barca) 12:13 Blaz Blagotinsek vs Uladzislau Kulesh & Branko Vujovic (Telekom Veszprém HC - Lomza Vive Kielce) EHF TV: Watch free live Handball Games European Handball Federation Jim Yosef - Let You Go [Official Instrumental] Referees: Bojan Lah (Slovenia), David Sok (Slovenia), Mirza Kurtagic (Sweden), Mattias Wetterwik (Sweden), Lars Jorum (Norway), Havard Kleven (Norway), Vaclav Horacek (Czech Republic), Jiri Novotny (Czech Republic), Arthur Brunner (Switzerland), Morad Salah (Switzerland), Nenad Nikolic (Serbia), Dusan Stojkovic (Serbia), Vaidas Mazeika (Lithuania), Mindaugas Gatelis (Lithuania), Fabian Baumgart (Germany), Sascha Wild (Germany), Matija Gubica (Croatia), Boris Milosevic (Croatia), Dalibor Jurinovic (Croatia), Marko Mrvica (Croatia), Duarte Santos (Portugal), Ricardo Fonseca (Portugal), Mads Hansen (Denmark), Jesper Madsen (Denmark) 🔴 Subscribe for more handball: 🤍 Share this video with a friend: 🤍 ✅ Recommended videos: 📺 Top 20 Red Cards Handball World Men's Championship 2021 🤍 📺 TOP 10 RED CARDS 2017 Handball World Championship 🤍 📺 TOP 10 RED CARDS Handball Men's EHF EURO 2022 🤍 📺 TOP 5 RED CARDS Handball EHF EURO 2020 🤍 📺 Top 20 Red Cards 2022 | Handball EHF European League 🤍 📺 TOP RED CARDS 2013 Handball World Championship 🤍 📺 Top Red Cards in Women's Handball 2022 🤍 📺 TOP RED CARDS World Women's Handball Championship 2021 🤍 ✅ Recommended playlists: 📺 Red cards in handball 🤍 🔴 Other videos on the channel - 🤍 ✅ Let's connect: ➞ Facebook - 🤍handballplanet24 🤍 ➞ Facebook group – Handball Planet 🤍 ➞ Twitter - 🤍handballplanet 🤍 ➞ Instagram - handball_play 🤍 #handball #sports #redcard #HandballPlanet

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