Champions League, Main Round
Győri Audi ETO KC – HCM Baia Mare 29 – 26 (12 – 10)
Győr: Herr, Grimsbö, Csapó – Knedlikova 2, Löke 4, Lima de Araujo, Sen 2, Müller 8, Korsós 2, Kovacsics 6, Aguilar 1, Planéta, Szepesi, Milanovic-Litre, Hornyák 3, Bódi 1
HCM Baia Mare: Arenhart, Ungureanu – Parvut, Do Nascimento 4, Szűcs, Abbingh 2, Ardean 3, Lobach, Gjeorgjevska 1, Makeeva 3, Marin 3, Tatar, Davydenko 2, Nechita 1, Herrem 3
CL-title holder was struggeling in the first half against HCM Baia Mare, but they managed to improve during the game, both in attack and defense, and they won the game easily at the end.
Ambros Martín, head-coach, Győri Audi ETO KC:
” We are in a period when we are training for the next very important periods in this competition, for the play-off of quarterfinals. Every player is doing a hard work, we are working to improve our concentration, to be able to keep it high during a whole game and be able to play patiently if the situations does not occur, to wait for the perfect chances in attack.
Every match is very important for the team, for improving our play and us as a collective.
We are on the right track and we looking forward to the next phase, which will be crucial in this competition.”
Tone Tiselj, head coach HCM Baia Mare:
” As a coach I have never managed to get a victory against Győr with any of my current teams, only some draws. This is the best organized club in Europe, I am highly impressed about the system they are working in, hope we can also learn something from them.
I am proud of my team, becaise fifty minutes we made a balanced game against host, as equal opponents. After that the difference between the two teams was showed. We are focusing on our next game against Viborg.”
Camilla Herrem, HCM Baia Mare:
” I mean that we made a good first half, we played like a team, we worked collective in defense, but in the second part we played very individually, and Győr could make whatever they want with us.”
Susan Müller, Győri Audi ETO KC:
” In the first half we had a storng, good working defense, helped each other, played like a team, but our attack was not working very good, we could not make tha ball flow, and we had problems with our concentration, when we came to chances with the goalkeeper.
But in the second half we made a super crazy attack and we were very good in making clear situations, so I am happy and proud of my team.”