Highlights: Denmark 30-33 Sweden for men's handball in the Olympic Games
Photo: IHF

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10:17 AM2 months ago

Bye

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10:13 AM2 months ago

Quarterfinal games

France-Bahrain

Sweden-Spain

Germany-Egypt

Denmark-Norway

10:07 AM2 months ago

Swedish victory

Sweden dominated both halves, and had both goalkeepers on a great day. On the other side, Denmark was not effective in attack, not to mention that their main player Mikkel Hansen was not inspired.

First half: 13:17

Second half: 17:16

Overall score: 30-33

9:57 AM2 months ago

30'

The second half ends
9:56 AM2 months ago

30x33

Jacob Holm scores in the right corner
9:51 AM2 months ago

28x31

Hasen displaces the goalkeeper to score from seven meters
9:44 AM2 months ago

17'

Overview: The second half has suspensions for both sides. Sweden manages to keep up the pace and keep the upper hand. Denmark, on the other hand, is not on top of its game. When they do manage to create, the Swedish goalkeepers get the better of them.

Efficiency

Denmark 54%

Sweden: 63%

9:40 AM2 months ago

GOAL SWEDEN

Sandell falls with the Danish arrival, but manages to send it into the net. 24x28.
9:35 AM2 months ago

GOAL SWEDEN

IN THE CATEGORY! Pellas goes up high, gets past Moellgaard and scores a beautiful goal. 21x24
9:33 AM2 months ago

11'

Sweden with one more. Saugstrup suspended for two minutes
9:31 AM2 months ago

GOAL DENMARK

Hasen downsizing 20x23 on seven-meter goal
9:29 AM2 months ago

18x22

Claar spins over his marker and leaps to the corner
9:28 AM2 months ago

14x17

Andreas Palick uma parede para defender bola de Gidsel
9:20 AM2 months ago

00'

Back to the game
9:07 AM2 months ago

30'

END OF THE FIRST HALF. Denmark 13x17 Sweden
9:04 AM2 months ago

GOAL DENMARK

Hasen throws on the three-meter line, hitting the corner: 12x16
9:01 AM2 months ago

WOW

Andreas Palick makes another save from seven yards out. Mikkel Hansen looked for the angle, but the goalkeeper got the better of him
8:58 AM2 months ago

Supension

Petterson is suspended for two minutes. He grabbed Gidsel
8:56 AM2 months ago

GOOD ADVANTAGE

Suécia abre quatro pontos sobre Dinamarca: 10x14
8:54 AM2 months ago

HE DEFENDED

Denmark has a great chance on the seven-meter line. Mikkel Hansen is stopped by a great save by Andreas Palick
8:50 AM2 months ago

7x10

Mikkel Hansen misses in the attack. Sweden goes ahead freely, Hampus Wanne only has the job of scoring without a goalkeeper
8:46 AM2 months ago

12'

Overview: Sweden manages to be more effective on the counterattacks. Denmark, on the other hand, takes too long and relies on Gidsel's set-pieces
8:43 AM2 months ago

6x7

Yellow card for Denmark's Saugstrup
8:40 AM2 months ago

4x5

Carlsboagard gives a great pass to Max Darj, who half unbalanced, sends it to the goal
8:38 AM2 months ago

3x3

Kevin Moeller makes good save on Claar's shot
8:32 AM2 months ago

1x0

Johan Hasen
8:31 AM2 months ago

00'

The match is about to start
8:11 AM2 months ago

Team Sweden

Goalkeepers: Andreas Palick, Mikael Aggefors
Socks: Felix Claar, Jim Gottfridsson
Shipowners: Jonathan Carlsboagard, Albin Largergren, Oskar Sunnefeldt, Lukas Sandell
Wing: Niclas Ekberg, Hampus Wanne, Daniel Pettersson, Lucas Pellas
Pivot: Frederic Petterson, Max Darj
8:00 AM2 months ago

Team Denmark

Goalkeepers: Kevin Moeller, Niklas Landin
Midfielders: Mads Mensah, Morten Olsen
Mariners: Henrik Moellgaard, Mikkel Hansen, Jacob Holm
Wing: Magnus Landin, Emil Jakobsen, Lasse Svan, Johan Hasen
Pivot: Magnus Saugstrup, Henrik Toft Hansen
7:55 AM2 months ago

Other Services

IHF Official: Dragan Nachevski (Macedonia)

IHF Timekeeper: Stella Vartanyan (Russia)

IHF Scorer: Arijana Vojic (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

7:50 AM2 months ago

Refereeing

Referee 1: Robert Schulze (Germany)

Referee 2: Tobias Tonnies (Germany)

Reserve Referee 1: Bojan Lah (Slovenia)

Reserve Referee 2: David Sok (Slovenia) 

7:45 AM2 months ago

When is the Denmark-Sweden match and how to follow it LIVE?

Championship: Tokyo Olympics
Venue: Yoyogi National Stadium
Time: 8:30 am ET
Where to Watch: NBC
Real Time: VAVEL USA
7:40 AM2 months ago

Results from Sweden

Sweden 32-31 Bahrain
Japan 26-28 Sweden
Sweden 29-28 Portugal
Sweden 27-22 Egypt
7:35 AM2 months ago

How Sweden is coming

Sweden are right behind in second place with the same eight unbeaten points. However, it has a disadvantage in goals for (116) and against (107).
7:30 AM2 months ago

Denmark's Results

Denmark 47-30 Japan
Egypt 27-32 Denmark
Denmark 31-21 Bahrain
Portugal 28-34 Denmark
7:25 AM2 months ago

How Denmark gets there

The reigning Olympic champion Denmark leads Group B with eight points. With a 100% record, the red and white team has the best scoring record with 144 pro and conceded the fewest goals - 106
7:20 AM2 months ago

The match will be played at the Yoyogi National Stadium

The Denmark vs Sweden game will be played at the Yoyogi National Stadium in Japan, with a capacity of 13,291 people. It was opened for the 1964 Olympics.
7:15 AM2 months ago

Derby

Denmark vs Sweden live in the Olympic Games on Sunday (1), at the Yoyogi National Stadium, at 8:30 am ET. The clash is valid for the fifth round of the competition.
 
7:10 AM2 months ago

Welcome to VAVEL.com’s coverage of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 match: Denmark vs Sweden Live Updates!

My name is Izabelle França and I’ll be your host for this game. We will provide you with pre-game analysis, score updates, and news as it happens live here on VAVEL USA
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