False start for Spain, but Denmark get up
Up against Brazil, a Spain side featuring Viran and Ferran had to make do with a draw (29-29), while Denmark had a much easier evening, against Bahrain (34-20).
SPAIN - BRAZIL: 29-29
OUR PARISIANS IN THE MATCH
With about twenty minutes of court time each, Ferran Sole Sala and Viran Morros did their best to help Spain do battle with Brazil. The Parisian winger, who fire 4 from 5 in the first half, was characteristically unbeatable from the penalty line, while Viran Morros looked to fill in the gaps in the Spanish rearguard in the encounter's opening minutes.
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This Sunday Spain will take on Poland, who had a tough time defeating Tunisia yesterday (30-28). The match will be broadcast on beIN Sports 3, throwing off at 20:30.
DENMARK - BAHRAIN: 34-20
OUR PARISIAN IN THE MATCH
Mikkel Hansen had a rather quiet evening with Denmark in their opening match. Our no. 24 did manage to fire 4 from 5, mostly in the first half, but then watched the rest of the game from the bench.
This Sunday at 20:30, Denmark take on the Democratic Republic of Congo. The match will not be broadcast.