Landsholdsstjerne icy on head injury: 'A fine memory to have'

She came out with a strong beer in hand and a big black eye. Actually a very powerful symbol of the Mie Højlund and the rest of the team had just walk in. A

Landsholdsstjerne icy on head injury: 'A fine memory to have'

She came out with a strong beer in hand and a big black eye.

Actually a very powerful symbol of the Mie Højlund and the rest of the team had just walk in.

A strong fight, culminating in jubilation, ecstasy and celebration, which could be heard out by the mixed zone after the match. And then you live with a swollen face.

"the Head is fine. I think I can do everything in the day after such a victory," storsmilede Mie Højlund.

"I'm thinking, a blue eye is a fine memory to have after winning over France," said Mie Højlund who got 'an arm or hand in my head towards the end of the second half.

Along with the rest of the team, she beat Friday verdensmestrene from France out of the WORLD cup. A great achievement. It was not any doubt about that.

"When it goes up for me, that victory is finally at home, I begin almost to just cry. It means so much to this team, and we have fought so insanely much. It is the largest redemption ever to win this here," said Mie Højlund, with a clear relief in his voice.

the Team had the knife for the throat. Only a victory could be used, and it came in the house. Something that says a lot about where the team is going, thought the Odense-player.

"We are piss cool. We can do much more than we think. I think we play some great handball today," said Mie Højlund, who must now meet Norway, the Netherlands and Serbia with the rest of the national team.

Prior to the victory, however celebrated, and jubelscenen rungede, so no one was in doubt as to who took the two points on Friday. It could be heard out in the area where the tearful French people stood and gave interviews.

"I hope, you could hear it throughout the hall. We were completely up and running," smiled Mie Højlund.

After the match against Brazil was knocked a few holes in the ceiling, as the team cheered. It happened, however, not Friday, she revealed.

"I don't think there is anything that is turned in pieces yet. But it could be reached," said jauntily from the Mie Højlund.

Denmark meets Norway on Sunday at 12.30. You can follow the match LIVE here on bt.dk.

Updated Date: 06 December 2019, 19:00

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