First Swedish WCh semifinal ever

Germany 2017 handballSwedish handball national teamWomen’s handball ← Previous Story WORLD HANDBALL 2017 – BEST 8 Sweden made the biggest success in the history of competing at Women’s World Championships by beating Denmark 26:23 (13:11) in the first quarter-final in Leipzig! The team led by Henrik Signell came to Germany after disappointing EHF EURO 2016 at home (8th place), where Swedish girls were far away from the medal’s battles, but Gullden and her compatriots made dream come true…Sweden– Denmark 26-23 (13-11)Sweden: Hanna Blomstrand 7, Isabelle Gullden 5, Nathalie Hagman 4, Jamina Roberts 3, Olivia Mellegard 2, Daniela Gustin 2, Anna Lagerquist 2, Johanna Westberg 1Denmark: Mette Tranborg 7, Stine Jorgensen 6, Fie Woller 2, Kathrine Heindahl 2, Trine Ostergaard Jensen 2, Maria Fisker 1, Lotte Grigel 1, Line Jorgensen 1, Line Haugsted 1PHOTO: IHF Next Story → GERMANY 2017: France to fight for the final after six years!

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