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I returoppgjøret mellom Tertnes og H.C. Dunarea Braila søndag ble det jevnt og spennende.

Første oppgjør mellom lagene ble spilt lørdag ettermiddag, og det endte med tomålstap 28-26 for Tertnes.

Returoppgjøret fant sted søndag, og Tertnes måtte vinne med tre mål eller mer for å kvalfisiere seg til neste runde i EHF European League.
Det gikk akkurat ikke, etter at H.C. Dunarea Braila scoret i sluttsekundene.

Gjennom hele første omgang byttet lagene på å lede. Rumenerne var på det meste foran med fire mål, mens det til pause var en differanse på to, på stillingen 11-13.

I løpet av andre omgangs første minutter ble 11-13 til 11-15, før Tertnes scoret sitt 12. mål.
H.C. Dunarea Braila var på det meste fire mål foran, men ved halvspilt andreomgang var stillingen 19-21, og spenningen var igjen tilbake.
Lagene fulgte hverandre derfra til 22-22, før Tertnes tok over ledelsen i sluttminuttene.
Det holdt dessverre ikke helt inn for Tertnes, til tross for seier 26-25.

Sammenlagtresultatet ble, etter gårsdagens tomålstap, 53-52 i rumenernes favør, og Tertnes’ eventyr i EHF European League slutter dessverre her.

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EHF European League kvinner – 2. kvalifiseringsrunde
Tertnes Bergen – H.C. Dunarea Braila 26-25 (11-13)
The Danube Sports Hall Braila, Romania

Tertnes’ målscorere og lag: Linn Gossé 9, Thea Stankiewics 5, Kaja Horst Haugseng 3, Henrikke Hauge Kjølholdt 2, Katarina Berens 2, Rikke Øyerhamn 2, Birgitte Karlsen Hagen 1, Madeleine Hilby 1, Josefine Intelhus 1, Josefine Gundersen Lien, Martine Hellesø Knutsen, Thea Adelheid Skarstein-Storeng, Eva Erdal Moen, Eli Smørgrav Skogstrand.
H.C. Dunarea Brailas toppscorer: Marina Dmitrovic 8.
Utvisninger: Tertnes 5×2 minutter, H.C. Dunarea Braila 3×2 minutter

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Yoyogi National Stadium, Tokyo

Group A

The hosts from Japan, led by Sakura Hauge Kametani from the goal (saving 47 %) took their first-ever win in the Olympic Game against a fainted Montenegro today. The Netherlands ran over Korea without problems, presenting a good team effort, meanwhile, Norway after the first ten minutes struggle against Angola, easily took the victory.

Japan – Montenegro 29 – 26 (14 – 13)

Topscorers: Fuji 5, Hara 6, Ikehara 6, Tanabe 4 (JPN) and Brnovic 6, Radicevic 4, Ramusovic 4 (MNE)

Korea – Netherlands 36 – 43 (15 – 19)

Topscorers: Lee 9, Ryu 10, Jung-Sim-Choi 4 (KOR) and Abbingh 6, Malestein 5, Dulfer 4, Smeets 4 (NED)

Angola – Norway 21 – 30(10 – 15)

Topscorers: Guialo 6, Kassoma 6 (ANG) and Solberg-Isakssen 7, Mørk 6, Kristiansen 6, Reistad 4 (NOR)

Group B

In the second round of group B huge blow for Hungary being defeated by Brazil, after their team captain Aniko Kovacsics is out of the games, being re-injured on her shoulder after she got ready in the last seconds before the OG.

Sweden produced a big surprise over classing Russia, defeating the former Olympic champions with a 12 goals difference.

Brazil – Hungary 33 – 27 (17 – 11)

Topscorers: Rodriguez Belo 7, Vieira 7, Amorim 6, Nascimento 4 (BRA) and Schatzl 7, Lukacs 4, Zacsik 4, Tomori 4 (HUN)

Sweden – ROC 36 – 24 (15 -9)

Topscorers: Strømberg 8, Roberts 7, Blohm 5 (SWE) and Vedhekina 5, Managarova-Vyakhireva-Skorobogatchenko – Kuznetsova 3-3

France – Spain 25 – 28 (12 – 12)

Topscorers: Coatanea 5, Pineau 5, Zaadi 4, Foppa 4 (FRA) and Martin 6, Rodriguez 4, Barbosa 4 (ESP)

photo: IHF

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Yoyogi National Stadium, Tokyo

Group A

The hosts from Japan, led by Sakura Hauge Kametani from the goal (saving 47 %) took their first-ever win in the Olympic Game against a fainted Montenegro today. The Netherlands ran over Korea without problems, presenting a good team effort, meanwhile, Norway after the first ten minutes struggle against Angola, easily took the victory.

Japan – Montenegro 29 – 26 (14 – 13)

Topscorers: Fuji 5, Hara 6, Ikehara 6, Tanabe 4 (JPN) and Brnovic 6, Radicevic 4, Ramusovic 4 (MNE)

Korea – Netherlands 36 – 43 (15 – 19)

Topscorers: Lee 9, Ryu 10, Jung-Sim-Choi 4 (KOR) and Abbingh 6, Malestein 5, Dulfer 4, Smeets 4 (NED)

Angola – Norway 21 – 30(10 – 15)

Topscorers: Guialo 6, Kassoma 6 (ANG) and Solberg-Isakssen 7, Mørk 6, Kristiansen 6, Reistad 4 (NOR)

Group B

In the second round of group B huge blow for Hungary being defeated by Brazil, after their team captain Aniko Kovacsics is out of the games, being re-injured on her shoulder after she got ready in the last seconds before the OG.

Sweden produced a big surprise over classing Russia, defeating the former Olympic champions with a 12 goals difference.

Brazil – Hungary 33 – 27 (17 – 11)

Topscorers: Rodriguez Belo 7, Vieira 7, Amorim 6, Nascimento 4 (BRA) and Schatzl 7, Lukacs 4, Zacsik 4, Tomori 4 (HUN)

Sweden – ROC 36 – 24 (15 -9)

Topscorers: Strømberg 8, Roberts 7, Blohm 5 (SWE) and Vedhekina 5, Managarova-Vyakhireva-Skorobogatchenko – Kuznetsova 3-3

France – Spain 25 – 28 (12 – 12)

Topscorers: Coatanea 5, Pineau 5, Zaadi 4, Foppa 4 (FRA) and Martin 6, Rodriguez 4, Barbosa 4 (ESP)

photo: IHF

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