Friday, January 28

Norway’s international match against Denmark has been canceled

The national match in handball between Norway and Denmark on Thursday has been postponed. This is confirmed by the Norwegian Handball Association in a press release.

DOES NOT PLAY: Sander Sagosen and coach Christian Berge will not meet Denmark for a national match on Thursday night.

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– The decision is made on the basis of what consequences it will have if the match contributes to the spread of infection, says commercial manager Jan-Erik Aalbu in the Norwegian Handball Association in a press release.

– The risk of infection is small, but the consequences are very large due to the strict rules for the European Championships. This is not a purely medical assessment, but an overall assessment, says the Norwegian national team doctor Thomas Torgalsen to VG.

– We have had a case of infection, and Norway is worried about whether there may be more, says sports manager Morten Henriksen in the Danish Handball Association to Danish TV 2.

– I am very upset about the time the decision was made, Henriksen continues and adds that he was only notified at 22:50 on Wednesday night.

Even though Thursday’s match has been canceled, it is still planned that Saturday’s settlement will be played as scheduled.

– The goal is still to play that match. Before that time, we have a few extra days with hopefully negative tests of both teams’ players, says Aalbu.

The case is being updated.

Reference-www.aftenposten.no

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