bra profilbild nätdejting Norway bronzemedalist in the European Open
bra frågor nätdejting If you put it in context, there was a crowded Scandinavium who welcomed Norway and the Netherlands out for the battle of the bronze medal. The Norwegian supporters poured on with bells and Dutch countered with their horns.
dejtingsidor helt gratis If it was a even game in the stands, it was Norway who started the best on the pitch. The Dutch team had it hard to get through the red defense while Norway could find the net several times. But after a good performance from the goalie Jesse Van De Polder and a resolute offensive game, the Netherlands ate their way into the game. Halftime result were written to 13–12.
spray dejt – It felt like we were tired after the semi-final. We were not really on our toes, says Norways’ six time scorer Henny Ella Reistad.
dejta 2 killar samtidigt In the second half, Norway took back the initiative. They stopped their opponents’ attacks fast, was effective in the offensive game, and the distance between the teams grew. After 45 minutes, the Norwegians led with nine balls and although the distance shrank, it never became really exciting. Norway in the end won by 30-27.
funkar dejtingsidor – The second half was much better and we had an organised defence. Of course we wanted to be in the final, but now we had to settle for third place and it was nice that we mad it through, says Reistad.
annorlunda nätdejting Now Norway will rest and then prepare for the World Championship in Slovakia starting on July 19.
vilken nätdejtingsida är bäst – EOC has given us very much as a team and we have got what we wanted out of the tournament.
happy cake dejt nätdejting bra frågor What was it that you really got out of it?
populäraste dejtingsidorna – How we will play to get the max out of our defensive game, says Henny Ella Reistad.
pannkakan dejting Text: Alexander Olausson
Photo: Peter Birgerstam