The match that France won with a collective defense, which resulted in 11 shots more than the Danes, is also interesting if we look at the attacking performance of both teams.
In a match with a very small number of goals, both coaches reacted logically during the match.
As Denmark was going to lose the match the coach changed the most efficient line of back players Hansen, Mensah, Gidsel 18/27, but unfortunately for his team, the line-up with Olsen was the most inefficient 1/7.
Throughout the tournament, Olsen played significantly less than Mensach and Holm, and it seems that the coach, seeing that they were losing the match, decided to gamble.
The French defense was too strong and the risk, to his regret, was not worth it.
On the other hand, Remili 5/7 had significantly better individual statistics than Mem 3/8 and it seems very logical that Remili played a lot.
Overall, however, France was very ineffective in attack with him in the game 20/49.
Given the exceptional play in defense, in the end, that fact was not crucial, but we are convinced that it is good to know it.
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