On Monday, December 6, 2021, eight matches were played in four preliminary groups of the Women’s Handball World Cup in Spain, and 12 teams go on.
Romania will play Norway on Tuesday, at 9.30 pm, in the last match of group C, in Castellón de la Plana, both teams being already qualified in the main groups. The team that goes with the most points in the next phase is to be determined
Following the results, the teams of Germany, Hungary, Czech Republic (E), Denmark, South Korea, Congo (F), Brazil, Japan, Croatia (G) and Spain, Argentina, Austria (H) qualified in the main groups.
All the results of Monday’s World Handball Championship Romania plays against Norway today, at 9.30 pm
The results recorded in Monday’s matches in groups E, F, G and H are: Czech Republic – Slovakia 24-23 and Germany – Hungary 25-24 (group E), Tunisia – Congo 24-33 and Denmark – South Korea 35- 23 (F), Brazil – Paraguay 33-19 and Croatia – Japan 26-28 (G), Argentina – China 36-24 and Spain – Austria 31-19 (H).
The last matches will be played in groups A, B, C and D on Tuesday.
Romania, in group C, has two victories (39-11 with Iran and 38-17 with Kazakhstan), being further qualified, before the dispute with the European champion Norway, on Tuesday evening. Instead, Norway can also boast two victories: Kazakhstan (46-18) and Iran (41-8).
In the main groups phase, the tricolors will play in the company of the top three in Group D, which includes the Netherlands, Sweden, Uzbekistan and Puerto Rico.
Romania has played nine games since 2016 against the Nordics. We have two victories, but they have been defeated 7 times! Last live match, in the dispute for participation in the Olympic Games, we lost 24-29 in Montenegro.
What does the Castellon de la Plana group standings look like?
The ranking is as follows: 1. Norway 4p (87-27) 2. Romania 4p (77-28) 3. Kazakhstan 0p (35-84) 4. Iran 0p (20-80).
The matches of the main groups will take place between December 8-13. The first two places in these groups will qualify for the quarterfinals, which will take place on December 14-15, and the winners will play in the semifinals on December 17.
The finals for medals are scheduled for December 19. At the last edition of the World Championship, Romania ranked 12th. The podium of the 2019 edition was occupied, in order, by the Netherlands, Spain and Russia.
Source: Prosport by www.prosport.ro.
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