The Main Round of the EHF EURO 2010 finished on Thursday evening, with the last five - and decisive - matches of the championships in Herning set to take place on Saturday and Sunday.
ehf-euro.com now reviews the statistics of the past 42 matches in the Preliminary Round and Main Round.
42 matches have been played, and each time there has been a winner. As the last five matches will be played until a winner is known, there will be no draw at EHF EURO 2010 in Norway and Denmark.
After the Danish defeat in their Main Round match against Montenegro no team has a 100% unbeaten record at EHF EURO 2010.
42 matches have seen 2,076 goals.
Average goals in each match is 49.42.
Three of the four top scorers still have a chance to increase their final number of goals, as their teams are still in the tournament.
Bojana Popovic (Montenegro) is the leading scorer with 41 goals after her eight hits against Denmark, Cristina Neagu is second with 40 goals for Romania, whilst Maura Visser of the Netherlands, who has scored 36 times, will remain with this number, as her team is out of the tournament. Linnea Torstenson has the same number (36) of goals as Visser, but has two more matches on Saturday and Sunday to increase her tally.
The top scorer from penalty line is Maura Visser of the Netherlands with 22 strikes.
The match with the highest number of goals: Romania - Serbia 40:28 (68).
The match with the lowest number of goals: Ukraine - Netherlands 13:25 (38).
The matches with the biggest gaps: Norway - Netherlands 35:13 (+22), Norway - Hungary 34:13 (+21).
Biggest gap at half-time: Norway - Slovenia 19:6 (+13).
Biggest gap in the second half: Norway - Netherlands 17:4 (+13).
Goalkeepers with the biggest numbers of saves: Karin Mortensen (Denmark) 85, Amandine Leynaud (France) 75, Maria Sidorova (Russia) 71, Katalin Palinger (Hungary) 70.
Number of defeats in EHF EURO 2010 after leading at the break: 7.
Number of matches with a one goal difference at the end: 5.
Biggest scoring streak in one match: Norway 8:0 against Hungary, Denmark 8:0 against Romania, Spain 7:0 against Russia, Denmark 7:0 against Croatia, the Netherlands 7:0 against the Ukraine, Russia 7:0 against Montenegro, Montenegro 7:0 against Russia in the same match.
Biggest series in total: Norway 16:3 against Slovenia.
Top scoring team: Norway (153 goals).
Best defending team: Norway (110 goals against them).
Worst defending team: Ukraine (170 conceded goals, ahead of Croatia with 167).