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Spain resolves in its favor the second day of the European (33-26)

MADRID, Jan. 11 (SportsFinding) –

The Spanish handball team beat Germany on Saturday, 33-26, in their second match of the Men's European Championship and thanks above all to the good performance of Alex Dujshebaev, whose seven goals helped channel the victory and retain the Group's leadership C.

Thus, the pupils of Jordi Ribera solved a duel of ordago and tied points that could be vital for their subsequent contest in the 'Main Round'. With two wins in the two days already contested, the 'Hispanics' are leaving good feelings on the parquet of the Trondheim Spektrum.

Although the Norwegian flag marker was soon inaugurated, it quickly became clear that Spain would have a good day at work. Alex Dujshebaev was the one who scored 1-0 in the 4:42 minute, after he and his teammates had surprised with a defense in formation 5/1.

Jordi Ribera was already playing his tricks against the tactics of Christian Prokop, whose team ran into an excellent Gonzalo Pérez de Vargas. In the first minutes, the Barça goalkeeper was key in the partial 8-2 unfavorable to the Germans.

11:31 had been played, but Germany was disarmed by the versatility of its opponent. Somewhat from Ferran Solé to the backlash, which was 10-4, worked as a touch of attention for Prokop, who moved the bench further to find solutions and send a message that his disciples had to increase the pressure in defense.

The meeting was somewhat locked from that moment, including two exclusions to Jorge Maqueda and Julen Aginagalde. Both actions cut the rhythm of the 'Hispanics' and his rival took advantage of it to approach a single goal (10-9), after an accurate pitch by Julius Kühn.

But again Jordi Ribera came out with a good decision, asking for a timeout that woke up his players. Aitor Ariño proved it, becoming another dagger to the race. He and his counterpart Solé hurt the ends and against each other, allowing Spain to go to rest with a 14-11 face.

Alex Dujshebaev had been the most effective against the opposing goal and, for greater inri, at the start of the second half he received the protection of the secondary actors. Men like Joan Cañellas, Raúl Entrerríos and Dani Sarmiento also 'wet', despairing a Johannes Bitter whose effect was completely diluted.

The starting goalkeeper had been Andreas Wolff, who was not fine in several clearings. However, the gale of the 'Hispanics' did not care much who was in front, expanding the advantages (32-22) in the electronic of a Trondheim Spektrum that saw Germany kneel the knee despite the final makeup with the goals of Hendrik Pekeler.

DATA SHEET.

– RESULT: SPAIN, 33 – GERMANY, 26 (14-11, at rest).

–EQUIPMENT.

SPAIN: Pérez de Vargas (P), Cañellas (3), Entrerríos (2), Morros (-), A. Dujshebaev (7), Solé (3) and Ariño (2) –titles–; Corrales (P), Fernández (2), D. Dujshebaev (1), Sarmiento (2), Aginagalde (1), Figueras (2), Maqueda (4), Guardiola (-) and Gómez (4, 1 pen.) .

GERMANY: Wolff (P), Gensheimer (4, 2 pen.), Reichmann (2, 2 pen.), Pekeler (5), Drux (1), Böhm (3) and Häfner (3) –titles–; Bitter (P), Kühn (2), Weber (2), Kohlbacher (2), Kastening (2), Schmidt (-), Michalczik (-), Zieker (-) and Wiencek (-).

– PARTIALS EVERY 5 MINUTES: 1-0, 6-2, 10-4, 10-8, 12-9 and 14-11 (rest); 17-13, 20-16, 25-18, 28-19, 31-22 and 33-26.

– ARBITRATORS: Arthur Brunner and Morad Salah (SUI). On the part of Spain, they excluded two minutes to Maqueda (2), Aginagalde and Ariño; and yellow card A. Dujshebaev y Entrerríos. On the part of Germany, they excluded two minutes to Drux, Wiencek (2) and Kastening; and yellow card Häfner and Wiencek.

– PAVILION: Trondheim Spektrum.