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As with all IHF events in recent years, together with IHF partner Swiss Timing (www.swisstiming.com), we have carried out a comprehensive and detailed analysis of attacks without goalkeeper of all 102 matches of the Men’s World Championship in Egypt.
Apart from the different substitutions during a match (goalkeeper-court player, court player-court player, goalkeeper-goalkeeper), we focused on frequency, time, and outcome of the different empty-goal situations. In this analysis, the following three game situations are differentiated:
– Offensive actions playing seven against six
– Offensive actions playing six against six (after substituting the goalkeeper for a court player during a two-minute suspension)
– Other offensive actions after substituting the goalkeeper for a court player (e.g., in situations when both teams have to play with five court players due to two-minutes suspensions: this results in six vs. five for the team in possession after substituting the goalkeeper)