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- Norway took a comfortable win against Slovenia for bronze
- earlier on, Germany beat Portugal in the 5/6 placement match
- read the bronze medal and 5/6 placement match preview here
20:40 THE NIGHT'S ACTION, REVIEWED
The first medals have been handed out and there is only one match of the EHF EURO 2020 left - but first, reviews of Saturday's play:Bergerud saves first ever Norwegian EHF EURO medal
Keepers Wolff and Bitter lead Germany to fifth place
20:05 NORWAY WIN BRONZE
Norway were unstoppable tonight, and beat Slovenia 28:20 to win bronze.
19:10 NORWAY LEAD BY THREE GOALS
Norway are currently looking like they have stamina left after last night's marathon semi-final, and lead Slovenia 12:9.
17:30 GERMANY ARE FIFTH
Germany are fifth at the EHF EURO 2020 after beating Portugal 29:27 - sixth is still Portugal's best-ever rank at the tournament.
16:35 GERMANY LEAD PORTUGAL AT HALF-TIME
Halfway through the 5/6 placement match, Germany have a one-goal lead over Portugal. It's 14:13.
15:15 HERE’S HOW TO FOLLOW THE ACTION
It's the penultimate day of competition tonight and here’s how you can follow all the action:
- check out the ehf-euro.com home page when a match is running for the live ticker, complete with full statistics including player tracking;
- go to ehfTV.com for live streaming, with English commentary tonight from both matches
- and follow the EHF EURO social media channels on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for live videos, top actions and other behind-the-scenes exclusives.
The 5/6 placement match throws off in just 45 minutes at 16:00 CET.
13:00 DOLLY PARTON MEETS HANDBALL
11:10 FINAL PREVIEW
Croatia and Spain are the last teams standing in the way of the EHF EURO 2020 trophy - here's the preview ahead of the final on Sunday afternoon.
10:30 BRONZE MEDAL MATCH PREVIEW
Norway and Slovenia have a hard task ahead of them as they seek to bounce back from last night's disappointments. Here's our preview of both the bronze medal match and the earlier 5/6 placement match between Portugal and Germany.
— EHF EURO (@EHFEURO) January 25, 2020
09:30 FIRST MEDAL TO BE WON TODAY
The bronze medal will be won today, but first up there's the tantalising prospect of a match between Portugal and Germany for fifth place. Portugal have already surpassed expectations for this tournament, while Germany want to end with their heads held high.
Later, Norway will try and win their first ever EHF EURO medal and bounce back from the disappointment of yesterday's marathon semi-final against Croatia. They beat Slovenia 33:30 in the main round, but today will be a very different game.
To start the day, check out this video of the Spanish team celebrating their place in the final by recreating a viral moment from reality TV show 'Isla de la Tentanciones', which has been a hit on social media!
— EHF EURO (@EHFEURO) January 24, 2020