Women’s EHF Champions League
Hosts started with a 3 -0, then 5-2 and CSM Bucuresti seemed to be troubled in both phases, but a timeout from Djukic solved the problems and attacks improved at the Romanians, they managed to equalize 6-6, then took the lead, 6-7. Neagu, Lekic, Kurtovic, Mehmedovic, and Radicevic were all to rely on for the guests, meanwhile, in FTC the players like Kovacsics, Hafra or Schatzl were struggling in front of the Romanian defense. CSM Bucuresti made a good offensive game in the first half and had an advantage of seven goals before the break. Halftime result: 10 – 17.
At the beginning of the second half FTC had a better period of 5-2 again, where young Noemi Hafra scored several goals and CSM-defense could not stop her. Romanian goals were secured by Radicevic, Cvijic, and Mehmedovic, this way the course of the match did not change, guests were still in lead at 5-6 goals, 19 – 24 (47.minute). FTC tried to close the gap but their work did not work today, they seemed exhausted in front of their opponents. CSM Bucuresti took a clear victory in Erd, 28 -34.
FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria – CSM Bucuresti 28 – 34 (10 – 17)
Referees: Christainse/Hansen (DEN)
FTC: Bíró, Szemerey, Szikora (GK) – Pena 6(3), Kovacsics 5, Háfra 6, Mészáros 1, Schatzl 1, Lukács 4, Faluvégi 1, Snelder, Hornyák, Márton 2, Klivinyi 2, Farkas, Háfra L.
CSM: Grubisic, Ungureanu, Ion (GK) – Neagu 9(4), Lekic 5, Kurtovic 3, Cvijic 5, Radicevic 3, Mehmedovic 5, Omoregie 1, Lazovic 1, Jakobsen, Hagman, Udristoiu, Curea 2, Manea
Suspensions: 2 minutes; 10 minutes
7 meters: 4/3; 4/4