The Dream Team of handball. The French have won or rather deserved this token in the last 15 years, not by chance. This is because the opponents assisted with the hands unarmed, instead trying to make things harder, with more or less success. It is natural, then, that a true handball player should see this team at every world event. Also in Budapest.
In France, handball can be like playing football in Brazil. As an outsider, one feels that everyone out there has a sense of it. Of course, even the bests have to fight hard against themselves and their rivals, however such a unique series of successes in modern handball that the Galls did led by Nikola Karabatic have never been achieved by anyone. Born in Serbia, the left back was there at every triumph and was the leader of his side. After winning the 2008 Beijing Olympics, they were able to take home the four of the seven World Championship trophies, sit on the throne of Europe twice, and not incidentally defend their title in London as well.
Although Karabatic may be beyond the zenith of his career, he is still outstanding in defense, due to his physical abilities and his skill to understand every element of the game. It was no coincidence that he was voted Best Male Handball Player of the Year three times. Ronaldo and Messi in handball mashed together. Nearly forty, he no longer pulls the others, but it would be a sin to miss him as a lover of any sport. What Federer for tennis, Nikola Karabatic is the same in handball.