Herning (Denmark) (AFP)

The left-back of the France team Estelle Nze Minko was named best player of the Euro-2020 handball, even before the final against Norway on Sunday (6 p.m.) in Herning (Denmark), the European Federation announced on Sunday. on his Twitter account.

Two years ago, Estelle Nze Minko had an excellent Euro-2018 with an insolent 83% shooting success (38 goals), but she had missed the MVP title, awarded to the Russian Anna Vyakhireva, also before the final won by France 24-21.

In Denmark, the 29-year-old Frenchwoman has regained her level in attack, approaching her statistics for Euro-2018 (68% success with 25 goals before the final).

It also impresses by the pressure it exerts at all times in defense on the opponents, with interceptions (6) and goals on the counterattack (10).

Nze Minko is the only French individual rewarded.

Denmark's Sandra Toft has been named the best goalkeeper, while two Norwegian women, Nora Mork at right-back and Stine Oftedal as center-half, are in the typical Euro-2020 squad.

Best player: Estelle Nze Minko (FRA)

Best goalie: Sandra Toft (DEN)

Best left wing: Camilla Herrem (NOR)

Best left-back: Vladlena Bobrovnikova (RUS)

Best center-back: Stine Oftedal (NOR)

Best pivot: Ana Debelic (CRO)

Best right-back: Nora Mork (NOR)

Best right wing: Jovanka Radicevic (MNE)

Best defender: Line Haugsted (DEN)

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