Champions League

København took a point from Brest in group B

photo: Brest Bretagne Handball Officiel facebook
København took a point from Brest in group B

Women’s EHF Champions League

Group B

Round 5

Injured players: Johanna Bundsen (KBH), Mia Rej Bidstrup (KBH), Isabelle Gullden (Brest), Cleopatre Darleux (Brest)

København Håndbold played a strong game against Brest in France and after having an advantage for a long period in the first half of the match, Brest had the lead 14-13 after the first half. In the second half, the two sides played a close encounter which ended with shared points. The result means that besides Rostov Don, both teams are qualified to the Main Round, but the number of points taken is still uncertain.

photo: Dan Eugen Nielsen/København Håndbold

Brest Bretagne –  København Håndbold 28 – 28 (14 – 13)

Goals:

Brest: Idéhn, Quiniou (GK) – Mauny 1, Toublanc, Tissier 3, Gros 8(2), Pineau 2, Lagttu 2, Prouvensier 2, Opo-Lazic 5, Stojlkovic 1, Floppa, Le Calve, Coatanea 2, Mangue 2, Limal

KBH: Sando, Milling (GK) – Fons 2, T.Mörk 7(2), Blohm 3, Meyer, Nüsser, Kragaballe 2, Alm 2, Lykkegård 2, Bont 2, Dornonville de la Cour 1, Dulfer 4, Blomstrand 2, Hansen 1

Suspensions: 8 minutes; 8 minutes

7 meters: 2/2; 3/3

 

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