Sweden håndboldkvinder had suddenly WORLD cup fate in own hands, but lost to Montenegro.
Sweden's håndboldkvinder be out in a thrilling battle for a place in the OLYMPICS-qualification.
on Wednesday afternoon missed the swedes the chance to go in the semi-final, as it failed to defeat Montenegro, who won 26-23.
Earlier on Wednesday had the swedes got a big gift from Russia, which lammetævede Spain with 36-26 and won the group.
Thus were the swedes only concentrate on winning her own battle to secure advancement to the WORLD cup semi-final, although the day before had seen very difficult out for the swedes.
Since Spain on Tuesday had beaten Japan, were the swedes dependent on themselves to beat both Romania and Montenegro, while Spain were to lose to Russia. In addition, Sweden should download 18 goals in the Spanish goal difference.
The initial conditions of all went the swedes way, but skæbnekampen against Montenegro was an extremely difficult task.
Montenegro fought for its OLYMPIC chance, and with a victory over the swedes would Montenegro be assured of a place in the OLYMPICS-qualification.
From the start of the second half was Montenegro, a small man and built up a tremålsføring.
Sweden's national coach Henrik Signell, was forced to wager, while at the same time he tried to incite the Swedish players. On the opposite trænerbænk he could see his compatriot Per Johansson be more pleased with the battle's development.
Montenegro's Swedish national coach could well enough see his players shoot past a completely empty goal along the way, but finally was centimeterne on the Montenegrin side.
Odense-player Nathalie Hagman burned a kontrachance a little over a minute before time, and instead ruled Montenegro the fight a few seconds later at the other end by getting in front by three.
In Denmark mellemrundegruppe secured Norway's first place by beating Germany with 32-29.
Had the two teams played a tie, they were both gone further, but now it is instead the Netherlands, as follows with the norwegians in the semi-final.
Sweden and Germany will meet in the battle on an unfamiliar important seventh place finish.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 11 December 2019, 14:00