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CSM Bucuresti defeated Bietigheim

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CSM Bucuresti defeated Bietigheim

Women’s EHF Champions League

Group D

Round 6

  • CSM Bucuresti was already qualified, Bietigheim was already out from CL before the match
  • Hosts were struggling in the first half, guests being in lead for a long period
  • In the second half, the Romanian team seemed to be more focused, Jelena Grubisic had a  47 % of saves in the goal and they managed to get an easy victory at the end of the day

CSM Bucuresti –  SG BBM Bietigheim 32 – 24 (14 – 13)

Referees: Barysas/Petrusis (LTU)

Goals:

CSM? Grubisic 1, Ungureanu (GK) – Udristoiu 1, Curea 2, Radicevic 3, Lekic 6(2) , Neagu 5(1), Bazaliu 1, Jacobsen, Lazovic 1, Omoregie 3, Manea 2, Kurtovic, Hagman 1, Cvijic 2, Mehmedovic 4

Bietigheim: Eckerle, Salamakha (GK) – Rozemalen, Laurenroth 3, Ivancok 1, Loerper 5(5), Van der Heijden 3, Schulze 3, Kudlacz-Gloc 3, Gustin 3, Woller 3, Malestein, Braun

Suspensions: 4 minutes, 12 minutes

7 meters: 5/3, 6/5

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