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Jelena Grubisic and Győr crushed Zagreb, Savehof draw against Viborg

Jelena Grubisic and Győr crushed Zagreb, Savehof draw against Viborg
photo: győriaudietokc

photo: győriaudietokc

Champion League, women

Group C, round 5

Lokomotiva Zagreb –  Győri Audi ETO KC 15 – 26 (7 – 13)

Goals:

Zagreb: Basic 1, Bozovic 1, Grubisic 1, Havic 2, Horvat 2, Hrbkova 4, Koznjak 2, I.Milanovic-Litre 1, Milic 1

Győr: Kovacsics 4, Aguilar 3, Amorim 3, Löke 5, Bódi 4, Szepesi 2, Korsós 3, Sen 1, V.Milanovic-Litre 1

With a good defense and a fantastic performance of Jelena Grubisic (56%) in Győr’s goal, guests let no chance or hope to Lokomotiva Zagreb, who needed desperatly points in this encounter in order to keep their chances for advencement to the Main Round open.

IK Savehof won a point today against Viborg, Swedish champion having one point advantage in the classament of the group.

Győr’s players managed to add each of them small details to the game, scoring from wings,lineplayerss position or from backcourt, sharing the goals between themselves.

 

IK Savehof –  Viborg HK 25 – 25 (10 – 12)

Topscorers: Ida Odén (Savehof) 7 goals and Maria Fisker (Viborg) 7 goals

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