The ‘Guerreras’ shine within the first European preparation match
The Spanish girls’s handball group debuted this Friday with a forceful victory towards Tunisia (39-29) on the primary day of the XXV Worldwide Event of Spain of Ladies’s Handballa promising begin to the set-up for the European Championship.
The Warriors’carried on the wings by the followers of the Palacio de los Deportes de Torrevieja, unbalanced the sport within the second half, with a Stellar Silvia Navarro beneath sticks, which was additionally named MVP of the match. These of José Ignacio Prades already work from the primary within the face of the European beginning subsequent week and this Saturday they are going to search to substantiate it earlier than Egypt.
The match began tight, with the Tunisian group very aggressive on the defensive facet. Spain struck first with a claw from Shandy Barbosa, however the Tunisians, led by the baton of Amal Hamrouni, didn’t wrinkle. The primary quarters, favorable to Spain, allowed them to keep up quick rents (5-3).
The Tunisian girls weren’t intimidated who, regardless of Maddi Aalla’s stretching, managed to place the tie on the scoreboard (6-6). The Spanish assault was not snug, discovering its finest weapons within the penetrations of Shandy Barbosa and Carmen Campos within the first half and, with the entry of Paula Arcos, allowed Spain to place in one other gear, rising, as common, from the protection (11-10).
fruit of spanish change of tempo the guests started to doubt. The ‘Guerreras’ smelled blood and launched themselves with a 5-0 run, punishing every rival mistake with exact and deadly counterattacks (16-11). Thus, the Spanish pressed within the closing minutes of the primary half to keep up a lead of 4 targets on the break (17-13).
José Ignacio Prades then launched variations in his scheme within the second half and started to distribute minutes among the many squad to check completely different methods. Nevertheless, Tunisia’s goalkeeper and captain, Fadia Omrani, made issues troublesome for the Spanish group, however the lead didn’t drop beneath 4 targets within the first set after the restart (20-16).
With an impenetrable middle of protection commanded by Lysa Tchaptchet and Alba Spugnini and an impressed Silvia Navarro (5 consecutive stops), the ‘Guerreras’ rocked the sport. A run of 7-0 (25-16) struck down the African group, which was unable to penetrate the Spanish purpose for nearly 10 minutes.
Counterattacks from Ester Arrojeria, Shandy Barbosa and Sole López virtually sentenced the match. The mattress of 9 targets appeared insurmountable for a Tunisia that, nonetheless, didn’t surrender. The ultimate stretch of the assembly handed easily for the spanish groupwho managed his benefit no hassle tying victory (39-29).