Denmark roll on, Spain get going
Unsurprisingly, reigning champions Denmark clocked a second-straight World Championship win by beating the Democratic Republic of Congo (39-19), while Spain trumped Poland by the narrowest of margins (27-26).
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - DENMARK: 19-39
OUR PARISIAN IN THE MATCH
Mikkel Hansen watched his partners' performance from the bench. Notably that of his namesake and right winger, Johan Hansen (8 from 9). The Parisian left-back should have much more playing time against Argentina in their next game, with Denmark already qualified for the main round.
Denmark will have to step up the pace. After facing two teams that are not as strong on paper, they will be up against Argentina, who have also won their first two games. Tune in to on beIN Sports Max 6 at 20:30 on Tuesday to find out who will head into the main round with a flawless record.
POLAND - SPAIN: 26-27
OUR PARISIANS IN THE MATCH
In a game where Spain were in front almost all the while time, Ferran Sole scored two goals from three attempts in just over half an hour of play. Viran Morros had almost the same playing time and, as is often the case, he was able to make his mark in the Spaniards' defense.
After a draw against Brazil, Spain's win over Poland was their maiden win of the current World Championship. Now qualified for the main round, the Iberians will try to build confidence by dispatching Tunisia at 18:00 on Tuesday, a match that will be broadcast on beIN Sports 3.