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Germany vs Serbia: Handball World Cup now live – offensive spectacle from the DHB team

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Germany vs Serbia: Handball World Cup now live – offensive spectacle from the DHB team Created: 01/15/2023, 18:42 By: Florian Schimak Germany meets Serbia in the second group game of the Handball World Championship. With a win, the DHB team would move into the intermediate round. But there is trouble. Germany – Serbia 19:17 (19:17) (6 p.m., ARD) Handball World Cup 2023 : Second group game for


Germany vs Serbia: Handball World Cup now live – offensive spectacle from the DHB team

Created: 01/15/2023, 18:42

By: Florian Schimak

Germany meets Serbia in the second group game of the Handball World Championship.

With a win, the DHB team would move into the intermediate round.

But there is trouble.

  • Germany – Serbia 19:17 (19:17)

    (6 p.m., ARD)

  • Handball World Cup 2023

    : Second group game for the

    DHB team

    – will the second win succeed?

  • "Out of time": Before the game against the Serbs there was excitement about

    Christian Schwarzer

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+++ Half-time conclusion: Break in Katowice.

Wow what a game!

The DHB team burns off a real offensive firework.

Led by the strong Yuri Knorr, the Gislason squad shines against Serbia, but they don't have to hide here.

The 2015 European Championship runner-up also knows how to impress and is ultimately only two goals behind.

+++

SC Magdeburg's Lucas Mertens scored four times in the first half.

Germany against Serbia at the Handball World Cup in the live ticker.

© IMAGO/Marco Wolf

Germany – Serbia 19:17 (19:17)

Germany: Joel Birlehm, Andreas Wolff - Kai Häfner, Paul Drux, Simon Ernst, Juri Knorr, Julian Köster, Philipp Weber, Luca Witzke, Djibril M

Serbia: Milan Bomastar, Vladimir Cupara - Ilija Abutovic, Uros Borzas, Petar Dor?ic, Marko Milosavljevic, Stefan Dodic, Lazar Kukic, Milos Orbovic, Predrag Vejin, Nemanja Ilic, Vanja Ilic, Bogdan Radivojevic, Vukasin Vorkapic, Mijajlo Marsenic, Dragan Pechmalbec Source: https://www.handball-world.news/o.red.r/news-1-1-25-148587.html

Penalty minutes: 2 - 0

29 minutes:

Bitter!

Change error in the DHB team, that means double the number in the last minute before the break.

And the Serbs play it out brilliantly with a Kempa trick.

Strong!

At 19:17 we go on break.

27 minutes:

What is that for a fast game?

A crazy offensive spectacle, both teams act with completely open visors.

18:15 and it's not even break yet.

Now there's the first two-minute penalty for the DHB team.

Meanwhile, Gislason brought Birlehm for Wolff.

25 minutes:

Knorr again!

Golla again!

Hit number 16 for the DHB team.

Very, very strong.

22 minutes:

Knorr!

Is that strong!

The new superstar of the DHB team hits from the back to 15:11 - for the first time four goals forward for Germany.

Serbia is taking a break.

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Andreas Wolff is strong: Germany against Serbia in the live ticker at the Handball World Cup.

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18 minutes:

boy, boy!

Outstanding attack of the DHB boys!

Knorr frees Mertens on the left, who flies into the circle, but frees Kempa Köster and he scores.

Great, that shows self-confidence.

15 minutes:

Mertens on fire!

Four throws, four hits from Magdeburg, that's strong.

Knorr grabs the rebound and serves Mertens, who scores to make it 11:9.

In return, however, the Serbs break through, national coach Gislason takes the first time out.

11 minutes:

Offensively things are going very well for the Germans so far.

Especially the wingers around Groetzki and Mertens are accurate.

Now Wolff has his first big save!

Very important!

Captain Golla is also there - two goals ahead.

5th Minute:

Whoa, this is where things really get going!

Good pace in the game.

Nine goals in the first five minutes - the keeper can't get a hand on the ball on either side. Now the Serbs are counterattacking because the DHB team has lost the ball easily - compensation!

1st minute:

Throw!

The game is on and Weber immediately puts the DHB team in the lead.

It is important that he hits the first throw.

The Serbs don't finish their first attack.

Knorr frees Groetzki terrifically - 2:0!

Update from January 15, 5:57 p.m.:

The anthems sound!

It's about to start in Katowice.

We are already very hot.

Update from January 15, 5:50 p.m .:

Breathe easy with the DHB team!

Andreas Wolff is fit for the second group game at this World Cup.

As ARD has just reported, the keeper didn't hobble into the hall and showed himself to be in excellent shape even during the warm-up.

"We have to be in constant defense for 60 minutes, we only did that half time the day before yesterday," warns national coach Gislason now in the sports show.

Andreas Wolff is available for the game against Serbia.

© IMAGO/Marco Wolf

Update from January 15, 5.40 p.m .:

The Serbs also had a successful start.

The squad of Spanish coach Toni Gerona won against Algeria with 36:27 (16:13).

Update from January 15, 4:33 p.m .:

It starts in less than 90 minutes, then Germany meets Serbia in the second World Cup group game at the World Cup in Sweden and Poland.

Will keeper Andreas Wolff be fit by then?

Apparently!

After suffering a minor calf injury, the 31-year-old completed the final training session ahead of Sunday's game on Saturday afternoon.

Wolff suffered the strain in the 31:27 win against Qatar on Friday and hobbled off the field in the closing stages.

First report from January 15, 4 p.m.:

Munich / Katowice – The second group game of the DHB selection at the Handball World Cup 2023 is pending.

At the start, Germany had deservedly beat Qatar 31:27 (18:12) in Kattowitz, but in the end kept the game unnecessarily exciting.

This carelessness must not happen to the team of national coach Alfred Gislason against the 2012 European Championship runners-up.

Therefore, assistant coach Erik Wudtke warns the team around youngster Juri Knorr before a "crunchy task".

Germany vs Serbia: Handball World Cup in the live ticker – excitement in the DHB team

Despite the initial success, the headlines in Germany were unfortunately not purely of a sporting nature.

The reason: Christian Schwarzer.

A hearty beating by the German handball boss, incredulous shaking of the head in the league and great incomprehension in the DHB team: The reactions to the crude statements by 2007 world champion Christian Schwarzer about referees in the men's area are tough.

Blacky's blackout heated up tempers on the first World Cup weekend.

"It's a pity that such a great national player is maneuvered offside in such a way," said DHB President Andreas Michelmann to SID and reprimanded Schwarzer's behavior: "I find these statements absolutely out of date and completely out of place." Germany's captain Johannes Golla asked clear: "It makes no difference to me who directs the games."

Juri Knorr threw the best German pitcher against Qatar.

Christian Schwarzer attracted attention with strange statements.

© IMAGO / wolf-sportfoto

Hanbdall World Cup 2023: "Out of time" - Blacky's blackout heats up

The 318-time national player Schwarzer had previously criticized the nomination of women's referees for the men's World Cup (until January 29), just two days after the historic premiere of Maike Merz and Tanja Kuttler as the first female German World Cup team.

"I have no idea how the idea of ​​letting women whistle for men came up," said the 2007 world champion in the podcast "Enlightening by Blacky Schwarzer".

In his active career he missed female referees on the field "by no means": "I wouldn't have done it: They can whistle for women - and men whistle for men, but that's my attitude towards it now - and it decides other people about it.”

The two women

skillfully parried the statements on

ARD .

“Everyone has the right to freely express their opinion.

He can do that too," said World Cup referee Merz at the sports show: "We don't have to say more about it."

(smk / sid)

Source: merkur

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