Champions League

Secure victory for Győr in Ljubljana

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Secure victory for Győr in Ljubljana
Ibolya Szekeres

Women’s EHF Champions League

Group C

Round 5

Tamara Mavsar and Alja Koren are not able to play for Krim, but the new transfer Gnabouyou is able to help her team.

For Gyor, there are still missing Nora Mørk and  Zsuzsanna Tomori.

Győr started with a 0-5 in Ljubljana, but the home team managed to rise and come back 3-6. Amorim, Oftedal, and Hansen were the main scorers for guests, Grimsbø stood like a wall in the goal for the Hungarians, but Marincek had also important saves. When Krim came close at 9-10, head coach Danyi called his first TO, which made that his team had accelerated their offensive phase and managed to win the first half 10 – 16.

In the second half Győr continued to keep the advantage and even if Krim managed to reduce the gap to three goals, 16-19, the Hungarians took a nine-goal victory, being still unbeaten in the CL.

Krim Ljubljana – Győri Audi ETO KC 23 – 32 (10 – 16)

Goals:

Krim: Vojnovic, Marincek (GK) – Gnabouyou, Krsnik, Baric 2, Stanko 3, Zulic 5(2), Tsakalaou 4, Vucko 1, Zabljek, Amon, Peredery 4, Ristovska 4

Győr: Leyanud, Kiss, Grimsbö (GK) –  Knedlikova 2, Afentáler, Varga, Brattset 3, Hansen 3, Görbicz 3(2), Oftedal 2, Amorim 7, Kristiansen 4, Groot 6, Fodor, Bódi 1, Puhalák 1

Suspensions: 8 minutes; 8 minutes

7 meters: 5/2; 2/2

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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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