Fantastica partita delle ragazze Spagnole guidate dal nostro Alfredo Rodriguez che negli ottavi di finale dei mondiali che si giocano in Polonia battono la Norvegia 20 / 18.
Primo tempo segnato da difese coriacee da tutte e due le parti e grandi parate qualche errore di troppo da alla Norvegia il momentaneo vantaggio 9 a 7 alla fine del primo tempo.
Al rientro le ragazze Spagnole partono con un ritmo che travolge e frastorna le ragazze Norvegesi.
Finale al cardiopalma che si chiude a favore della Spagna 20 / 18.
Grande gioia delle ragazze e mister Alfredo che continuano la loro avventura nei mondiali.
BIG WIN AND ADVANCE TO QUARTERFINALS FOR SPAIN
After first half it was Norway that led but after the break Spain played incredible game and got into best eight.
Great defense and incredible goalkeeper’s parade’s – this was the beginning of this duel. Norwegian started to built their slight advantage as first, after twenty minutes they led 7: 4. Later, the picture of the game didn’t change – in the whole first half both teams threw together only sixteen goals, and no one managed to cross the barrier of ten goals.
The game accelerated after the break, and Spain quickly led to a draw, and the moment later they even were leading. Handballers from the Iberian Peninsula jumped on three goals! Norway coach tried to reverse the fate of the match and took time, after that Norway lost only by one goal. The end of the game was very fierce and exciting. The coach of Norway asked for time again 40 seconds before the end of the match with a one goal by the Spanish. They failed to score, that was 16 seconds before the finish. The Spanish women carried out a successful action, won and advanced to the quarterfinals!
Spain – Norway 20:18 (7:9)
Spain: Wiggins, Suarez Martinez-Gandia – Palomo 2, Fernandez-Agusti 4, Sobrepera 6, Spugnini 3, Vallina, Morales 1, Martinez 3, Moles, Mendez, Arcos, Diaz, Capdevilla, Loidi 1, Quevedo.
Spain: Skogrand, Finneide – Oyerhamn 2, Hove 1, Kjolholdt 3, Deila T., Svele 3, Deila L. 1, Figenschau, Morch 1, Novak 3, Hansen, Sendi 1, Arnesen 2.
Wojciech Staniec, fot. PRESSFOCUS/ZPRP
Alfredo Rodriguez Alvarez (head coach of Spain): I can’t express my happiness right now because Norway is one of the best team of this generation. This is the first time that this generation of players won against Norway in official match. We feel fantastic.
Knut Ove Joa (head coach of Norway): We have really good team, we gained experience and now we have to develop.