The Slovak handball players also failed in their second performance at the World Championships in Spain. In Saturday’s duel, Llíria’s e-groups lost to Germany at 22:36 and will fight for a place on the main stage in Monday’s duel with the Czech Republic. The Germans put their pocket in the pocket after two victories.
The Slovaks had a poor start to the match, they quickly lost 1: 5 and in the half they had a promising lead of five goals. In the second half, the Germans highlighted the difference in the score and after the show ended, they confirmed the position of the leader in the standings. The best bowlers for the Slovak national team are Rika Bezikova and Vladimir Bagchova with four goals.
Coach Pavel Streicher’s players lost to Hungary in the first match of the championship 29:35 and they don’t have any points in their account yet. The top three teams of the group will advance to the main stage of the tournament, and the fourth will still play for last place in the so-called Presidential Cup.
Slovakia – Germany 22:36 (12:17)
Referees: Boon Ok Koo, Seok Lee (both Korean Reps), Eliminations: 3:3, 7m Throws: 4/3 – 3/2
Slovakia squad and goals: Ivanicjová, Oguntoyová – Pócsiková 1, Lanczová 3, Rebicová, Trúnková 3, B. Bíziková 1, Bujnochová, R. Bíziková 4/3, Bajčiová 4/1, Holejová 2, Szarková 2, 2tefáková.
Most of Germany’s goals: Grijseelsová 6, Schmelzerová and Stockschläderová after 5.
The Germans opened the scoring 58 seconds into the first half and although Lanchova equalized with a 1:1 shot, it was the Slovak side’s last hit for nearly seven minutes. He struggled to push through the favorite’s aggressive defense, finished from unprepared positions and the Germans took the lead. Two quick counterattacks in 2: 1 “by throw”, but in the sixth minute they advanced four goals 5: 1. Coach Streicher responded with a break and stopped the opponents for a moment – Ivanichova neutralized the seven and Bagshova and Lankzova arranged the reduction to 5: 6 in the 11th minute. However , followed a three-goal streak for the German team, which leads 9:5 in the 14th minute. After two successful seven-meter throws by Réka Bíziková, the Slovaks cut eight minutes before the break to 10:12, but they did not succeed at the end of the opening class according to their ideas and went To the locker room short of five goals.
Even in the second half, the picture of the match did not change, the Slovak team had problems gaining ground in the opponent’s defense and often collected from breaks. The Germans entered the second term, as well as the first, with a score of 5:1, and after two minute interventions from Stockschläder, they took the lead in the 36th minute early in 22:13. Before the quarter-finals, the difference in the score was double digits for the first time (17:27), when Grigsiel finished on a quick counter-attack. In the end, the Germans clearly took control of the board of directors, increased their advance and secured promotion from the group in a sovereign manner.
Voices after the match / Source: slovskhandball.sk/:
Pavol Streicher: “Such a match is not easy, but we have to admit that our opponent outperformed us in every activity. We never caught up with the start of the fencing, which the girls warned us about. After losing balls in attack, we got one goal after another. But it turned out that it was not At any point in the match we have a chance against a good opponent like Germany.”
Vladimíra Bajčiová, SR Communication: “I think they decided our technical mistakes in attack, which we made a lot and punished us with goals from quick counter-attacks.”
Adriána Holejová, SR Communication: “We certainly didn’t do well. The biggest problem was that we didn’t go back to defence. From our technical mistakes there were a lot of easy goals in our goal, which put us in a vulnerable position.”
Alexandra Ivanichova, goalkeeper of the Slovak Republic: “In the first half, we held out until about the 20th minute. But then we collected twice in the empty net and the girls tried to catch it quickly. That was the source of our mistakes and the Germans came back to us. Up, but for several technical errors and the resulting loss of balls came a penalty in Shape goals from contour lines.
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