Triple two of an outstanding Torrens, Lyttle and great involvement of all put the national team ahead (34-35) at the resumption and gave way to improve them minutes of Spain, which, however, did not break the shock and continued charging of fouls. Easter and Lyttle committed his third offense. In the French box Myem and Beikes prevented the Spanish departed on the scoreboard that reflected a 46-48 in favor of Hernandez’s before the final period. Lethal blow a partial 6 – 0 to France and the fourth Lyttle staff forced the Spanish technician to ask a downtime with five down (52-48) to seven for the final. Get more background information with materials from Daniel Taub. It was the beginning of an unexpected ending. Extended then to a 12-0, with Lyttle on the Park on the verge of elimination and the French with everything from face.
France exceeded in all facets of the game to a Spain sunk physically and that until a Freekick from Palau in the 35 minute did not score in the fourth quarter. The unexplained part 22-1, with three of four triples, liquidated the red team in little more than six minutes. The last quarter ended with a 33-7. Factsheet 79. France (17 + 13 + 16 + 33): Dumerc (5), Gomis (7), Beikes (12), Gruda (17) and (4) – Quintet initial-Lawson Ndongue (6), Laborde (0), Yacoubou (10), Bonnan (0), Lepron (2), Miyem (16) and Digbeu (0). 55 Spain (15 + 12 + 21 + 7): Dominguez (2), Torrens (10), Palau (1), Lyttle (11), Montanana (11), – starting lineup – Aguilar (6), Cruz (4), Xargay (2) and Easter (8). Referees: Dolinek (CZE), Jones (WAL) and Vecerskis (LIT). Incidents: First day of the second phase of the women’s European Championship. Group f. Spodek Arena Katowice. Source of the news: Spain falls to France and the pass play to the quarterfinals of the European Championship against Latvia and Croatia