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Lekic and Győr has won in Romania

Lekic and Győr has won in Romania
Ibolya Szekeres
Andrea Lekic aim for Champions League trophy | Photographer: Zsolt Csikfalvi

Photo: Zsolt Csíkfalvi

Hungarian champion and last years finalist, Győri Audi ETO met “U”Jolidon Cluj Napoca in their second CL-group match.

Győr opened with a hard defense, and after 6 minutes of play result was 1-6. Andrea Lekic was outstending, she scored 6 goals in the first half, but Amorim, Görbicz and Löke had memorable actions as well. Result before break: 13-20.

Second half started as the first, and aftre some minutes of play guests had an advantage of eight goals, 14-22.Orsolya Herr showed a very good performance in the goal, Lekic and Löke continued to score and the final result was 25-30.Topscorers: Andrea Lekic and Heidi Löke (Győri Audi ETO) 8-8 goals and Mihaela Ani Senocico (“U”Jolidon Cluj) 7 goals

Result: “U”Jolidon Cluj-Győri Audi ETO 25-30 (13-20)

The other match of the group was a local clash on Balkan between Podravka Koprivnica and Krim Lubljana. The Slovenians has a long injury list and players like Penezic, Wörz, Piedade are missing from the court.

Croatians managed to keep the two points home, winning Krim by 25-22.

Result: Podravka Vegeta- Krim Ljubjlana 25-22 (14-11)

Topscorers: Zana Covic (Podravka) 8 goals and Carmen Martin (Krim) 8 goals

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Hungarian living in Norway with a great passion for handball, primarly women handball. Travels all over the world to follow handball matches and tournaments and to write good articles on this website.

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