The victory against Brazil on Saturday was ultimately meaningless, because Hungary and Spain had already booked the two tickets for the quarter-finals before kick-off and thus destroyed the DHB selection’s already faint hopes for a handball miracle. Nevertheless, the German team showed a concentrated performance. “We also have the eagle on our chest, that’s why we wanted to get out of here with a win,” said captain Uwe Gensheimer.
The game starts at 8.30 p.m. and the broadcast starts at 8.15 p.m. Florian Naß is on duty as a reporter, while ex-national player Dominik Klein is a co-commentator. Alexander Bommes will moderate.
The ARD shows the first World Cup match between Germany and Poland on Monday from 8.15 p.m. in a free live stream zdf.de. Handball fans can theoretically see all World Cup games, but have to pay for them.
The internet provider sportdeutschland.tv requires ten euros by its own account. In addition to the German games, there are 15 other encounters on free-to-air television without additional payment Eurosport. Curious: Uwe Semrau works as a commentator for both providers.