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HANDBALL. France – South Korea: the Blues see the quarter-finals after a fifth success, the summary


HANDBALL. The French women’s team easily won against South Korea this Friday, December 8 and almost opens the way to the quarter-finals of this 2023 World Cup (32-22).

7:30 p.m. – It’s over! The Blues are approaching the quarters

The job is done and well done for France which wins by ten goals against South Korea (32-22). Thanks to this fifth success in as many matches, the French are getting very close to the quarter-finals.

19:28 – Superb save from Avec (60′)

South Korean kung fu is stopped by Camille Sinceet who makes a fifth save in this second period of France – South Korea.

19:26 – The 30th goal (57′)

Orlane Kanor scores the 30th goal for Les Bleues in this France – South Korea.

19:23 – +10 for the Blues and a timeout (55′)

While France has just taken a 10-point lead in this match, Henrik Signell calls for another time-out before entering the last five minutes of this France – South Korea.

19:22 – A third save for Avec (54′)

Superb save from Camille Sinceet in this France – South Korea on a movement magnificently initiated by Ryu’s hidden pass.

19:21 – Kanor punishes (52′)

In numerical superiority, the French women are not giving up in this France – South Korea and continue to ensure a success which is emerging very clearly now. +9 for France.

19:19 – The game resumes (51′)

After a break for a technical incident, this France – South Korea resumes after a two-minute interruption.

19:15 – The South Koreans are undisciplined (51′)

Since the start of this France – South Korea, the Blues very often find themselves in numerical superiority. It’s Lee who is penalized two minutes after a bad change.

19:13 – Les Bleues make a big hole (50′)

France is approaching the quarter-finals. Les Bleues lead by eight goals 10 minutes from the end of this France – South Korea.

19:12 – The South Koreans find the net again (48′)

After more than three minutes without scoring in this France – South Korea, the Asians finally found the net with 12 minutes remaining at the Trondheim Spektrum.

19:08 – A South Korean timeout (46′)

A few minutes after that taken by Olivier Krumbholz, Henrik Signell also takes a timeout while his team comes back a little in this second period of France – South Korea.

19:07 – What a shot from Ryu (45′)

As the South Korean possession soon ended, Ryu released a powerful shot into the top corner.

19:06 – 26 turnovers (44′)

This France – South Korea is marked by a significant number of ball losses. The South Koreans have lost 15 times compared to 11 for the Blues.

19:03 – Time out for France (42′)

The Blue coach calls for a time out in this France – South Korea to give new instructions to his team which leads by six goals.

19:01 – It’s a red for Bouktit (40′)

The meetings follow one another and are not alike for Sarah Bouktit who had a huge performance against Austria. Today she is disqualified for a gross foul in this France – South Korea.

18:59 – Bouktit sanctioned (40′)

Sarah Bouktit is sanctioned two minutes after a cuff in the face of her opponent. The referees will analyze the images.

18:57 – Nze Minko devastating (38′)

Another terrible acceleration from Estelle Nze Minko who scores the 21st goal for Les Bleues in this France – South Korea.

18:55 – Another save from Park (37′)

The South Korean goalkeeper had more success in this second period of France – South Korea and made her second save of the evening.

18:54 – Valentini’s cap goal (35′)

Chloé Valentin shoots from her wing but her ball bounces off the post then onto Park’s back and ends up finding the net. Lots of success for the French winger.

18:53 – Sinceet makes an effective entry (34′)

A few minutes on the floor and Camille Sinceet stands out with a first save. Laura Glauser enjoyed it on the bench and applauded her teammate.

18:52 – Park’s first save (33′)

The South Korean goalkeeper makes a first save in this France – South Korea on a nice breakthrough from Estelle Nze Minko.

18:52 – Sinceet begins the second half (32′)

Olivier Krumbholz takes Laura Glauser’s breath in this second half of France – South Korea and gives the first minutes of the competition to Camille Sinceet.

18:50 – Nocandy misses his shot (31′)

Méline Nocandy tries to continue her momentum from the first period but misses her hip shot which goes wide.

18:50 – It’s back to Trondheim!

The referee duo kicks off the second half of this France – South Korea. The Blues lead the score after a rather solid first period from the French.

18:35 – It’s the break!

It’s half-time in this France – South Korea. The Blues lead by five goals after a rather serious first despite a very sluggish first five minutes. Méline Nocandy scored her team’s 17th goal just before the break.

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