Goal for Germany, 21:26 by Alina Grijseels
Alina Grijseels, the team’s top scorer, scores again and puts the German team ahead with five goals for the first time. In about a quarter of an hour there is still play and the DHB selection has a really strong starting position here.
Goal for Germany, 21:25 by Emily Bölk
Goal for Romania, 21:24 by Cristina Neagu
Goal for Germany, 20:24 by Meike Schmelzer
Germany is now finding the circle again and again, where Meike Schmelzer is becoming more and more a factor and is now leading her team to 24:20.
Goal for Germany, 20:23 by Johanna Stockschläder
Goal for Romania, 20:22 by Cristina Neagu
Goal for Germany, 19:22 by Meike Schmelzer
Goal for Romania, 19:21 by Cristina Neagu
Goal for Germany, 18:21 by Alina Grijseels
Goal for Romania, 18:20 by Sorina Grozav
Goal for Germany, 17:20 by Emily Bölk
The German team is clever in this phase and always finds quick and easy goals after conceding their own goals. This is how the DHB girls keep their lead.
Goal for Romania, 17:19 by Crina Pintea
Goal for Germany, 16:19 by Emily Bölk
Goal for Germany, 16:18 by Alina Grijseels
Goal for Romania, 16:17 by Laura Pristăviță
Another very important factor today is Isabell Roch, who came on as a substitute early in the game and has been delivering really well ever since. Again, the keeper takes away a free throw here!
Goal for Romania, 15:17 by Sorina Grozav
Goal for Germany, 14:17 by Johanna Stockschläder
Before the break, there was the aforementioned goal doldrums of the DHB selection, but this is over now. Johanna Stockschläder scores here for the seventh time today!
Beginning of 2nd half
At the break, the German team leads 16:14 against Romania. In the duel for a possible third place, the DHB selection found the match very bad, but woke up in time. Markus Gaugisch’s team responded to the weak initial phase with a 7-0 series. At the end of the first half, however, the pace of the game and the offensive power of the German team slowed down considerably, which is why Germany was already six minutes without a goal at half-time. Nevertheless, we have a solid lead going into the second 30 minutes.
Goal for Romania, 14:16 by Sorina Grozav
2 minutes for Mia Zschocke (Germany)
At the end of the first half, the pace slowed down a bit on both sides. Attacks aren’t played out as quickly and the goal sequence isn’t as fast as it was in the first 20 minutes.
Goal for Romania, 13:16 by Sorina Grozav
Goal for Germany, 12:16 by Lisa Antl
2 minutes for Crina Pintea (Romania)
Goal for Germany, 12:15 by Xenia Smits
Goal for Romania, 12:14 by Laura Pristăviță
Goal for Germany, 11:14 by Julia Maidhof
Goal for Germany, 11:13 by Alina Grijseels
2 minutes for Alexandra Dindiligan (Romania)
20 minutes have been played and for the first time the game is now at eye level after both teams had good phases again and again.
Goal for Romania, 11:12 by Sorina Grozav
Goal for Germany, 10:12 by Alina Grijseels
Goal for Romania, 10:11 by Laura Pristăviță
Goal for Romania, 9:11 by Crina Pintea
Goal for Romania, 8:11 by Bianca Bazaliu
Goal for Germany, 7:11 by Johanna Stockschläder
Goal for Romania, 7:10 by Bianca Bazaliu
Ironically, Romania meets again with a man down. The Romanians thus interrupt the 7-0 run of the DHB selection.
Goal for Germany, 6:10 by Alina Grijseels
2 minutes for Lorena Ostase (Romania)
Goal for Germany, 6:9 by Johanna Stockschläder
Goal for Germany, 6:8 by Emily Bölk
Very strong phase for the German team! After a great pass, Bölk completes safely and puts the DHB selection in the lead with two goals. Markus Gaugisch’s team is currently running 5-0.
Goal for Germany, 6:7 by Alina Grijseels
Goal for Germany, 6:6 by Johanna Stockschläder
There’s the balance! Isabell Roch, already in goal with the Germans, with the long pass to Stockschläder, who is currently the top scorer and can equalize to 6:6.
Goal for Germany, 6:5 by Emily Bölk
Yellow card for Crina Pintea (Romania)
Goal for Germany, 6:4 by Johanna Stockschläder
Goal for Romania, 6:3 by Alexandra Badea
Goal for Germany, 5:3 by Johanna Stockschläder
Goal for Romania, 5-2 by Cristina Neagu
It’s too easy for Neagu, against whose quality the German team has not yet found a remedy. Keeper Katharina Filter has not yet come into play either.
Goal for Germany, 4:2 by Johanna Stockschläder
Goal for Romania, 4-1 by Alexandra Dindiligan
Goal for Germany, 3:1 by Emily Bölk
Emily Bölk meets from the back room and brings the DHB selection to the scoreboard. After a weak start we now have to find our way into the game and this goal is a start.
The German team doesn’t get into the match at all! For the third time they fail because of the goalkeeper. So far, there has been a lack of precision and the last little bit is still missing on the defensive.
Goal for Romania, 3-0 by Laura Pristăviță
Goal for Romania, 2-0 by Cristina Neagu
Goal for Romania, 1-0 by Alexandra Badea
Let’s get into the game! The German team starts in the white jerseys, but loses the ball straight away. Romania in red is now on the ball.
The same can be said for Romania, however, as the Romanians also have one win and three defeats to their name. 28:27 they were able to beat the Spanish team in the previous week. So there is a lot at stake in the game and you can be sure that the motivation of both teams will be high.
The disappointment after yesterday’s defeat was of course high for the DHB selection. In the end there was little to be gained against the undefeated French women at 21:29. The defeat also buried the medal dreams of Markus Gaugisch’s team. Today’s performance against Romania is by no means worthless. With the help of the competition, a win could still entitle you to play for fifth place, which can still be important with regard to a possible qualifying tournament for the Olympics. Accordingly, it is important to mobilize all forces again today.
Hello and welcome to the last main round match day of the European Handball Championship. Finally, the German team meets Romania at 3:30 p.m.