Propelled into the limelight because of Grimsbo’s early injury, Solberg has grasped the opportunity with style. Her 42 per cent save rate has been key to getting her team to the final.
Denmark were disappointed not to reach the semi-finals, but it didn’t stop Maria Fisker from impressing on the wing with her skill and composure, scoring 20 goals with a 56 per cent shot efficiency.
They may have missed out on a semi-final place, but Cristina Neagu has proved to be a steady influence for Romania, scoring an average of 8 goals per match.
Kristina Kristiansen unusual goal save caught the attention, but it’s her speed and cheeky passes in attack that make her stand out, and of course 33 assists.
The amazing instinctive skills and coolness under pressure of Norway’s Heidi Loke, have seen her score 35 goals so far, with an outstanding 76 per cent shot efficiency
With her quick acceleration and great vision, Norway’s Nora Mork has been a constant threat to her opponents, with 34 goals and 29 assists.
With her darting runs and quick footwork, Spain’s Carmen Martin has played an important role in helping her team reach the final, with 42 goals and an impressive 75 per cent shot ratio.
Sweden’s 1.80 metre defender has been the scourge of her opponents with some solid and intelligent defending, including 10 blocked shots.
With a chart topping 51 goals, including a faultless 24 from 24 penalties, and 21 assists, Sweden’s golden girl Isabelle Guldden has been a revelation at the EHF EURO 2014