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EHF EURO 2018: Austria was an easy task for Romania, Russia struggled with Portugal

EHF EURO 2018: Austria was an easy task for Romania, Russia struggled with Portugal
Ibolya Szekeres

In Group 4 of the EHF EURO 2018 Romania, Russia, Austria and Portugal compete for the qualification. In the first game Romania hosted Austria and took a clear victory.

Romania –  Austria 36 – 25 (18 – 11)

Goals:

Romania: Ardean-Elisei, Neagu, Geiger,Florianu   5 goals each, Chiper-Perianu 4-4, Tomescu 2, Dragut-Laslo-Pintea-Popa-Udristoiu-Zamfirescu 1-1

Austria: Frey 8, Kovacs 6, Dedic 4, Gerisch 3, Sheffknecht 2, Huber 1, Logvin 1

Tomorrow Russia will play against Portugal.

The team of Evgeny Trefilov met Portugal, but Russians could not find the right pace of the match and Portugal won the first half 13-14. In the second half Ilina, Kochetova and Managarova showed their class and hosts managed to turn over the result, keeping home the two points after this victory. Portugal made a very good impression with a young, ambitious team on the European stage.

Russia – Portugal 32 – 25 (13 – 14)

Goals:

Russia: Ilina 4, Managarova 4, Kochetova 6, Punko, Makeeva 6, Dmitrieva 3, Kozhokar 1, Makina 2, Vedhekina 2, Markova 1

Portugal: Tavares 5, Soares 5, Lopes 4, Correia-Oliveira-Rodriguez-Vieira 2-2, Amado-Da Silva Lima-Da Silva Perreira 1-1

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Ibolya Szekeres

Hungarian living in Norway with a great passion for handball, primarly women handball. Travels all over the world to follow handball matches and tournaments and to write good articles on this website.

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