The first ever Hungarian Supercup goes to Győr

The first ever Hungarian Supercup goes to Győr
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Hungarian Supercup, Sunday 30th August in Veszprém Arena

Győri Audi ETO KC –  FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria 29 – 28 (15 – 9)


Győri Audi ETO KC : Görbicz 10, Löke 6, Amorim 5, Kovacsics 4, Aguilar 2, Korsós 1, Orbán 1

FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria: Szucsánszki 8, Pena 4, Steinbach 3, Szamoránsky 3, Szarka 1, Kovacsicz 1, Lukács 4, Tomori 3


Both teams are in preparations, FTC prepares for the Champions League qualification tournament in Leipzig and Győr pepares for the season.

Győr arrive to this match after three consecutive defetas against Vardar, larvik Hk and HC Leipzig, but AMbros Martin was confident that the work they did will bring the result.

The first half was dominated by Győr, with a good defense, Herr in the goal having saves around 50% and Amorim, Görbicz, Löke and Kovacsics scoring.

On the other side Tomasevic had some great saves as well, but FTC was struggeling in attack. 15 – 9 at halftime.

In the second half FTC started with more motivation, showing a good offensive play with Pena and Szucsánszki scoring from backplayer position and Lukács from rightwing.

Without having help from the goalkeepers in this period, Győr managed to keep the lead and  led by Görbicz, to win the match by one goal, 29 – 28.


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