The German objective is qualifying for the next World Championship and this was a first test for coach Martin Heuberger. Ultimately, the success of the “Mannschaft” who won the trophy home to Poland (24-23).
Both teams won their first two games found themselves in the final stage in Hamburg. Poland were also absent with Lijewski brothers and left back Jurecki . We returned the favor during the first half with guards that meet present. Nobody takes advantage at rest (11-11) and the final retains its suspense.
Back on the floor, Wiencek (5) and Sellin (5) give the advantage to Germany of +2, but Poland replied with great Bielecki (5) to stay in the game. The final word yet return to the German who manage to use the last minutes at best and despite the ultimate enemy attempts (23-20) and (24-22), won the Super cup 2013.
GERMANY – POLAND 24:23 (11:11)
Germany: Heinevetter, Lichtlein – Kneer, Gensheimer 3, Roggisch, Sellin 5/3, Wiencek 5, Pekeler, Groetzki 2, Weinhold 3, Kneule 1, Haas 2, Pfahl 1, Klein, Christophersen 2.
Poland: Szmal, Wyszomirski – Jaszka 1, Kuchczyński 1, Bielecki 5, Wiśniewski 2, Syprzak 3, Daszek 1/1, Kostrzewa 1, Krajewski 2/1, Kubisztal, Orzechowski 3, Szyba 2, Chrapkowski 2.
SWEDEN – EGYPT 40:29 (18:15)
Sweden finished on the podium in dominating Egypt after such a demonstration in the second half (40-29).Without Kim Andersson and Ekdahl Rietz missing from the Scandinavian side in this tournament call but nice reaction from the Vikings.
EGYPT – POLAND 21:24 (11:11)
GERMANY – SWEDEN 29:24 (12:9)
GERMANY – EGYPT 36:25 (19:13)
POLAND – SWEDEN 29:28 (14:10)