Germany - Argentina 33-13 (17-8)
When left handed Susann Müller scored her third of what was to become seven goals in the 11th minute extending the German lead versus Argentina to 8-1 nobody in Kolding believed that the South American team had a shadow of a chance turning the match upside down.
And they were absolutely right. The remaining 49 minutes was a demonstration of power from the Germans leasing them to a comfortable victory in a group where goal difference can prove to be an important factor in the end.
Korea - France 22-22 (11-11)
A nervewrecking final three minutes in Kolding as Korea and France drew 22-22. Both teams had a player sent off, both teams had numerous open opportunities to decide this fantastic encounter but it all ended with 22 a piece - a just result in the end.
The two teams were close until 10 minutes from the end when France established a three goal lead. But the Asian Champions managed to regain the lead at 22-21 in this tense and exciting match.
Korea drew for the second time in as many matches whreas France now have three point in Group C.
Brazil – D. R. Congo 26-11 (14-4)
The world champions from Brazil got a hard earned point versus Korea in the first match scoring in the very last second – but the South Americans had no difficulty at all getting their first victory in Group C as yhey defeated D. R. Congo on Monday.
Brazil had the upper hand from the very first throw and apart from the congolese having contact at 1-1 it was a very uneven match.
Right winger Alexandra Nascimento once again was top scorer in the Brazilian team scoring seven times in seven attempts.
Norway - Puerto Rico 39-13 (17-6)
An impossible task for the Puerto Ricans even though they surprisingly took a 2-0 lead in the very beginning of the match. Things were however back to normal very soon and at half time the 17-6 score was as expected.
Puerto Rico also scored the first goal in the 2nd half and the the Norwegians scored a sensational 16 goals before their opponents could respond.
A missed penalty in the very last second of the match prevented the Norwegians of reaching the 40 goal mark.
Russia - Spain 28-26 (16-14)
A brilliant match between two of the strongest sides in the tournament so far. The two teams were head to head for about 50 minutes when the Russians pulled clear to a four goal lead to decide who would get the vital two points in top of the strong Group D in Frederikshavn.
Once again the young Russian players showed their immense talent - especially Anna Vyakhereva - despite the fact that she misused a penalty at a very crusial point.
But the Russian team saved the day and now together with Romania have maximum four point from their first two matches whereas Spain remain on two points.
Romania - Kazakhstan 36-20 (18-12)
Kazakhstan had a difficult time Saturday losing by 21 goals to Spain but even though they did not look like taking points in the match versus Romania either they opened strongly and after a quarter of an hour the score was 9 to 9.
The Romanians re-established their defence and scored a number of light goals on counter attacks deciding the encounter already before half time.