The national team beat Slovakia in the second half

Thursday, December 02, 2021 10:21 PM

After a weak first half, the Hungarian women’s handball team defeated the Slovakian team in the first round of the group stage of the World Cup in Spain.

Women’s Handball Championship Group Round 1 Group E:
Hungary-Slovakia 35-29 (16-16)
Llíria, v .: Christiansen, Hesseldal Hansen (Danish)
shots / goals: 53/35 and 44/29, respectively
goals from seven meters: 2/2 and 4/4, respectively
exhibitions: 4 and 6 minutes, respectively

Hungary: Judge – Márton 3, Háfra 7, Vámos 5, Bordás 3, Klujber 7, Lukács 1, exchanges: Planet, Kácsor 2, Szabó L. 1, Tóth E. 3, Szikora, Fodor, Kovács A. 2, Albek 1, Szemerey, Federal Captain: Vladimir Golovin

Szandra Szöllősi-Zácsik and Petra Tóvizi were not included in the match. From the very beginning of the match, an enthusiastic fan base of about 15 people encouraged the Hungarian national team, which did not start well in the defense, as the Slovakian, Nikoleta Trúnková, who scored eight goals in the October European Championship qualifiers, was successful several times this time.

The Hungarians scored from quick counter-actions, they led by 8-6 after a 5-4 disadvantage, but the former Hungarian youth national team Viktória Oguntoye defended the Slovak goal perfectly. Based on this, his team continued to do well, scoring goals from the standings, the crossing and the wind, so he took the lead back.

Melinda Szikora came to the Hungarian goal instead of Banka Blanka, and Federal Captain Golovin Vladimir changed the field more, then asked for time. The planet Simeta, the duo Laura Szabó, came together in defense, but this time they were not effective either, and since the number of mistakes did not decrease in the attack, the position was a draw during the break.

The second half already looked better

The Slovakian team also slowed down the game at the beginning of the second half, which was good for it, then thanks to the improving defense, rapid Hungarian counterattacks followed, and they managed to move up with a 6-0 series (23-18). This did not break the Slovaks either, but in the remaining time they could not really make it difficult for their opponent, who was now defending and attacking with sufficient efficiency. Captain Golovin gave every substitute a chance, they all got along well in the match and confidently kept the difference until the end.

The most successful player of the Slovaks was the team captain Réka Bízik with eight goals, Trúnková seven times and Barbora Lancz six times. Of the goalkeepers, Szikora presented six defenses, Judge two, and Oguntoye on the other side showed nine defenses. In the 22nd match between the two teams, the 18th Hungarian success came with a defeat and three draws.

The teams will take their results against the other two advancers to the semi-finals. The most successful Hungarian players of the match in Liria were Katrin Klujber and Noémi Háfra with seven goals, the latter being chosen as the best in the field. The Hungarians will meet with the Czech Republic on Saturday and with Germany on Monday, both from 8.30 pm. The top three finishers will advance to the semi-finals and take their results against the other two advancers.

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