Champions League

Buducnost-secures victory against Glasseverket

photo: Tamás Csonka
Buducnost-secures victory against Glasseverket

In the second round of the group matches in group A Glassverket hosted their first ever Champions League group encounter against noone else than Buducnost.

Montenegrins arrived without Cvijic-still injured, but with Neagu already able to play. Neagu started the scoring and Buducnost took the lead, 1-4, then Glassverket had a comeback to  6-4. Icelandic rightback, Haraldsdottir had an excellent day for hosts, at guests the players shared the goals. The first half was a balanced one, with a close result 11-13.

In the second part of the game Buducnost showed that the victory and the control cannot be taken here of nobody else than Buducnost, acting like a team and being able to even practice for future games, Adzic and his team took securely the two points home from Drammen.

Final result: 23 – 30

Glassverket –  Buducnost 23 – 30(11-13)


Glassverket: Haraldsdottir 11, Christensen 3, Iversen 3, Merg 3, Andenaes 1, Wolff 1, Bjoernsen 1

Buducnost: Jaukovic 5, Bulatovic 4, Irman 4, Neagu 4, Malovic 3, Raicevic 2, Ramusovic 2, Achruk 1, Grbic 1, Agovic 1, Novovic 1, Pavicevic 1, Ujkic 1


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