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Vardar Skopje is the first team to Cologne

photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud
Vardar Skopje is the first team to Cologne

EHF Champions League is about to continue with the second leg of the quarter-finals, first Vardar Skopje hosted Flensburg, after  a victory of the Macedonians in Germany with a two goal advantage.

Ljubomir Vranjes and his team had of course every chance to win this game and even qualify but Vardar in an outsold Jane Sandanski arena were unstoppable and unbreakable.

The team led by Luka Cindric and  Àrpàd Sterbik managed to win this second encounter as well, at a comfortable difference, taking their first-time ever ticket into the Velux EHF F4 in Cologne.

Vardar Skopje – SC Flensburg-Handewitt 35 -27 (15 -10)


Vardar: Sterbik, Milic-Cindric 7, Dujsebajev 5, Shishkarev 5, Borozan 4, Cannelas 3, Karacic 3, Marsenic 3, Cupic 2, Dibirov 1, Moraes 1, Stoilov 1, Abutovic, Dereven, Maqueda

Flensburg: Andersson, Møller – Eggert 8, Mogensen 4, Toft Hansen 4, Mage 3, Wanne 3, Schmidt 2, Jakobsson 1, Svane 1, Zachariassen 1, Djordic, Glandorf, Heinl, Karlsson, Radivojevic

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