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Watch out for the match hours!  What a big hit Poland

Watch out for the match hours! What a big hit Poland

The Polish team had to face a number of problems before the start of the tournament. Within a few days many contestants got a positive result calendar Corona virus test, but the Whites and the Reds may have won the first two games. How will it be with Germany? Where and when to watch this duel?

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Poland Germany. The form of both teams

Red and white competition this year European Championship Brilliantly started. Last Friday, the Poles likely won by 36:31 with Austria. An even more impressive victory was achieved on Sunday, when they defeated the national team 29:20 Belarus. Two wins and a goal balance of 65:51 gave them first place in the Group D table after two rounds.

Germany also successfully started competing in the tournament. They dealt with Belarus in the first round, winning in 33:29, while they were in the second round series games They defeated the national team 34:29 Austria. Our western neighbors are currently in second place with a goal score of 67:58.

Poland Germany. Where and when do you watch?

Polish representation The win with Germany has been waiting for more than 7.5 years – and for the last time they were happy to win in June 2014 during the World Championships (29:28). Since then, our western neighbors have been better, although the last confrontation of both teams, took place on January 25, 2021, also during World Championship It ended in a 23:23 draw.

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Bratislava, January 16, 2022. Poland vs Belarus matchDeath group! Polish handball players met other competitors in the European Championship

The last group meeting during the European Championship 2022 in handball Between Poland and Germany will start on Tuesday 18 January at 18:00 in the Zimný štadión Ondreja Nepelu in Bratislava. The game will be broadcast on Eurosport 1.