south Korea was up to the WORLD cup rated as a good piece from the ancient strength, but the Danish håndboldkvinder must be on your toes in Sunday's meeting with the asian champions.
It showed the south koreans on the WORLD cup's førstedag.
the Team took here the fuse on the France's reigning world champions, won 29-27 and sent an unambiguous warning to the danes.
"Now begins the WORLD cup in earnest. I am very surprised by the results," says Louise Burgaard.
She points, however, also, that the result is not necessarily saying the earth on the two teams ' opportunities in the long run.
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"France is typically a team that gets better during a tournament. The French know when to be there, even if they have made a blunder now," says Louise Burgaard:
"But the match showed that south Korea has a good strength. The players are very fast, but compared with other asian teams also have a fine physique. I am sure that it will be a great battle."
France's håndboldkvinder won the WORLD cup in 2017, and european championships in 2018.
Denmark has not met the south koreans at A-level since the OLYMPICS in London in 2012. But on the ungdomsplan have several of the players become acquainted with the light-footed asians.
One of them is the Line Haugsted, who in 2014 was at the U20 WORLD cup in Croatia, where south Korea took the gold and Denmark bronze.
Four of the guldheltene in the south Korean WORLD cup squad in Japan.
"They were good back then, and surprised most. They play the little different than you are accustomed to. We can win, it looks really good," says Line Haugsted.
the national Coach Klavs Bruun Jørgensen believes that the south koreans have been underestimated up to the WORLD cup.
"This is a better team than we maybe had anticipated. The bulletins, we have got went on that the team is not as good as south Korea was in the old days. I'm not sure that it is not," says the national coach.
Denmark's WORLD cup meeting with south Korea starts 12.30 local time.
You can follow the match live here at B. T.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 10:00