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Live commentary France – Sweden (EM 2022 HUN/SVK, semifinals)

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21:28

mid-term conclusion

Sweden goes into the break with a 17:14 lead. The French got off to a strong start and gave up almost nothing, especially in defence. But Sweden gradually got better into the game. They found solutions in attack and defensively they didn’t allow easy goals for France either. So the leadership is quite okay, even if they can’t rest on their laurels. France should not be underestimated.

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21:24

Goal for Sweden, 14:17 by Jim Gottfridsson

With the final whistle, the director hits another one from a central position of eight meters. Gérard can only look after his throw into the lower right corner.

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21:22

Jim Gottfriedsson

Goal for Sweden, 14:16 by Jim Gottfridsson

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21:21

Hugo Descat

Goal for France, 14:15 by Hugo Descat

Undeterred by his misthrow, the left winger goes back into action with self-confidence. Despite a small angle, he hits the far corner again. Palicka, who has been making a good game so far, could have kept it.

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21:21

Jim Gottfriedsson

Goal for Sweden, 13:15 by Jim Gottfridsson

Carlsbogård clears Gottfriedsson well. He goes inimitable through the defense and hits the far corner.

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21:20

Hugo Descat

7-yards missed by Hugo Descat (France)

The so sure shooter fails on the crossbar. Substitute Johannesson is happy.

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21:19

Lucas Pellas

Goal for Sweden, 13:14 by Lucas Pellas

Great goal by Pellas. He gets a big angle and hits the far corner.

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21:18

Valentin Porte

Goal for France, 13:13 by Valentin Porte

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21:17

Lucas Pellas

Goal for Sweden, 12:13 by Lucas Pellas

On the other hand, the Swedish left winger does not show any weaknesses either. He hits the goal on the right.

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21:16

Hugo Descat

Goal for France, 12:12 by Hugo Descat

The regular shooter comes back and converts safely against Palicka.

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21:16

Karl Wallinius

2 minutes for Karl Wallinius (Sweden)

This is the second time penalty for Wallinius. But after a foul on Fabregas, it’s absolutely fine.

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21:15

Karl Wallinius

Goal for Sweden, 11:12 by Karl Wallinius

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21:15

Hugo Descat

Goal for France, 11:11 by Hugo Descat

There’s really no angle for the left winger. But he doesn’t care. With a spin, he hits the long corner.

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21:13

Jonathan Carlsbogard

Goal for Sweden, 10:11 by Jonathan Carlsbogård

There is the first lead of the Swedes! Carlsbogård takes on two defenders at once. He turns and throws at the goal without looking. The ball goes into the goal because the French were waiting for the 7-meter whistle.

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21:12

Time out France Now Gille is also taking a break. His team is now making more mistakes, especially in attack. The former world-class middleman can’t like that.

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21:10

Andreas Palicka

Goal for Sweden, 10:10 by Andreas Palicka

And straight back into the empty goal. This makes the keeper the top scorer of the game!

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21:10

Andreas Palicka

Goal for Sweden, 10:9 by Andreas Palicka

France lost the ball. Palicka sees the empty goal and scores safely.

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21:09

Max Darj

Goal for Sweden, 10:8 by Max Darj

Gottfridsson’s dream pass! He plays a no-look pass through three defenders to the pivot. From six meters he then gives Gérard no chance.

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21:08

Nikola Karabatic

2 minutes for Nikola Karabatić (France)

The captain gets a time penalty after a knockdown by Lagergren.

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21:08

Hugo Descat

Goal for France, 10:7 by Hugo Descat

After a misthrow in the counterattack, Sweden promptly gets the receipt. France releases Descat, who hits the long angle from the left wing.

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21:07

Sweden misses too many chances here. They have only hit aluminum three times and they have missed the goal several times from six meters.

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21:05

Karl Wallinius

2 minutes for Karl Wallinius (Sweden)

After a shirt pull against Mem, Wallinius has to leave the field for two minutes.

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21:05

Linus Persson

Goal for Sweden, 9:7 by Linus Persson

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21:04

dika meme

Goal for France, 9:6 by Dika Mem

You can’t give Mem such a gap! The half-right takes advantage of this and scores for the second time in today’s game.

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21:03

Melvin Richardson

Goal for France, 8: 6 by Melvyn Richardson

First 7-meter of the tournament for the half right. He turns it into the bottom right corner. Palicka suspects the corner, but cannot parry the placed ball.

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21:01

Andreas Palicka

Goal for Sweden, 7:6 by Andreas Palicka

First Palicka holds the throw and then becomes the scorer himself. Gérard, who stormed in from the bench, was able to touch his shot from his own circle into the empty goal of the French team, but he was unable to defend it decisively.

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21:01

Jim Gottfriedsson

Goal for Sweden, 7:5 by Jim Gottfridsson

The Flensburg player uses the majority and goes through the defense.

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21:01

Sweden is now slowly but surely in the game. They get along better in defense with the two left-handers of the French and there is more speed in the actions up front.

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21:00

Hugo Descat

2 minutes for Hugo Descat (France)

The right winger wanted to get fouled by a striker, but he runs into Lagergren and rightly has to be on the bench for two minutes.

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20:58

Albin Lagergren

Goal for Sweden, 7: 4 by Albin Lagergren

That was played well by Sweden. They pull the defense apart and Lagergren uses the gap to get into the far corner from a half-right position from six yards out.

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20:58

Melvin Richardson

Goal for France, 7-3 by Melvyn Richardson

The half right can also do it himself. He climbs up from nine meters and throws the ball into the lower left corner.

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20:57

Lucas Pellas

Goal for Sweden, 6:3 by Lucas Pellas

The substitute left winger gives Gérard, who has hardly had anything to do up to now, no chance with the penalty throw and hits the goal from the left half.

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20:56

Karl Konan

2 minutes for Karl Konan (France)

After a foul against Gottfridsson, the defense specialist has to leave the field.

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20:55

Nikola Karabatic

Goal for France, 6-2 by Nikola Karabatić

The world star can also do it as a circle runner. Richardson sees him and he can throw into the box on the left from six yards.

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20:55

Oscar Bergendahl

Yellow card for Oscar Bergendahl (Sweden)

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20:55

Jonathan Carlsbogard

Goal for Sweden, 5-2 by Jonathan Carlsbogård

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20:53

Time out Sweden There is the early time-out at Sweden. Especially in attack they find it extremely difficult against the agile French defence.

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20:52

dika meme

Goal for France, 5-1 by Dika Mem

Sweden loses the ball again and France rushes forward. Mem comes with a lot of speed and hits the bottom left of the goal with a jump shot from eight meters.

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20:51

Ludovic Fabregas

Goal for France, 4-1 by Ludovic Fabregas

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20:51

Hugo Descat

Goal for France, 3-1 by Hugo Descat

Again, it’s about the outside. This time Descat hits the short corner from the left.

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20:50

Jim Gottfriedsson

Goal for Sweden, 2-1 by Jim Gottfridsson

The director redeems his team. After a nice individual action, he prevails and hits the goal from six meters.

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20:49

Ludovic Fabregas

Goal for France, 2-0 by Ludovic Fabregas

After a miss by Sweden, France quickly plays forward. Mem first fails with his throw at Palicka, but the circle runner gets the rebound and hits the bottom left of the goal.

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20:48

Yanis Lenne

Goal for France, 1-0 by Yanis Lenne

France is in the lead here. Lenne on the right only gets a small angle, but it hits the far corner just over Palicka’s head.

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20:47

Sweden have a throw-off and after a few problems with the ball things can really get going.

20:45

The hall in Budapest is full, which takes some getting used to in view of the ongoing corona pandemic. But one thing is clear: handball fans can look forward to an exciting game between two teams that have shaped world handball in recent years.

20:41

Sweden, on the other hand, has some concerns. With Felix Claar and Hampus Wanne, two important pillars are missing from Glenn Solberg’s team. At least Andreas Palicka and Daniel Pettersson are back. It will still be hard work if they want to reach the final.

20:39

The French team are showing a lot of self-confidence today. After the narrow 30:29 victory against Denmark, they were able to secure victory in the main round. And just in time for the semifinals, not only trainer Guillaume Gille returns, but also defense specialist Karl Konan. So they start with the best possible team.

20:30

Hello and welcome to the second semi-final match between France and Sweden. Throw-off is at 8:45 p.m.

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