Norway is through to the World Cup handball final after beating Denmark yesterday 19-24 in the semi-finals in Århus in Denmark.
The Norwegians controlled the first half, deciding the rhythm of the game, ending 9-15 at half time.
Denmark made a comeback attempt in the second half, and was just two goals behind after nine minutes.
However, Norway made a serious effort to keep the advantage, finally managing to win 19-24. Yesterday’s victory was the eighth in a row against Demark.
Thorir Hergeirsson’s girls will face Romania today after it beat France by 23-21 earlier in the week. The final is a rematch of last year’s World Cup final, when Norway lost against Romania 28-27.
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