Champions League

Clear Győr victory in Viborg

Clear Győr victory in Viborg
photo: Tamás Csonka

photo: Tamás Csonka

Champions League, women

Round 3

Viborg HK –  Győri Audi ETO KC 25 – 30 ( 13 – 17)


Viborg HK – Damnjanovic 2, Skov 4, Gulldén 3, Burgaard 3, Lyksborg 5, Fisker 3, Gravholt 3, Andreassen 2

Győri Audi ETO KC – Amorim 7, Hornyák 5, Bódi 5, Löke 4, Korsós 3, Szepesi 1, Görbicz 3, Kovacsics 1

Beföre the match headcoach of Viborg was hoping to produve a surprise, however he knew that Győr is a much better team than Viborg, having more players to use in a game.

Győr’s headcoach, Ambros Martín said that the most improtant thing is to keep focused and control the game, not let the opponent to be able to play their game.

Győr lost Lunde and Görbicz due to pregnancies, Müller and Orbán are injured.

photo: Tamás Csonka

photo: Tamás Csonka

Until minute 13 the game was balanced, 7- 7, but then Győr pushed the pedal and took the lead and really controlled the game, finishing the first half with 13- 17.

Anita Görbicz,pregnant-  came onto the court only for the seven meters (she scored three of four), but every player who got playing minutes put her contribution to the result, such as Eduarda Amorim, Heidi Löke, Ágnes Boczkó-Hornyák or Dorina Korsós had decisive roles in taking the victory in Viborg Stadionhall.

Viborg had a good goalkeeper performance in some periods of the match, Chana Masson De Souza had hold a high level in her game, but fieldplayers couldn’t match that only Louise Lyksborg on the right wing and Rikke Skov in some periods made a good impression. Viborg could not play their fast play, and that was the key factor to decide the outcome of the match.

The second half brought an even bigger difference in favour of guests, 16 -25 in minute 45. Hosts managed to reduce the gap, but the clear victory of the CL-title holder was never in danger during this encounter.

Final result: 25 – 30.


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