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CSM Bucuresti opened with a victory in Esbjerg, Metz defeated Podravka

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CSM Bucuresti opened with a victory in Esbjerg, Metz defeated Podravka
Ibolya Szekeres

DELO Women’s EHF Cahmpions League

First Round

Group B

After a headcoach-change the Romanian team managed to mobilize their energies in the right direction and there were no doubts that they will win the first match in the CL against a strong Danish team. With an amazing Denisa Dedu in the Romanian goal, Esbjerg had problems to find the way to the goal and Andrea Lekic was a true leader for her team, scoring 5 goals. Esbjerg had Polman, Frey and Breistøl, but their efficiency was not enough for more than a loss.

Team Esbjerg – CSM Bucuresti 22 – 24 (8 – 13)

Referees: Boris Mandak (SVK), Mario Rudinsky (SVK)

Goals:

Team Esbjerg: Poulsen, Granlund – Polman 6(2), Frey 4, Breistøl 3, Jacobsen 3, Solberg 3, Ingstad 2, Jonsdottir 1, Danielsson, Frafjord, Jørgensen, Halicevic, Nielsen

CSM Bucuresti: Dedu, Grubisic, Ion – Lekic 5, Omoregie 4, Pintea 3, Cvijic 2, Curea 2, Klikovac 2, Martin 2, Torstenson 1, Grbic 1, Perianu 1, Moisa 1

7 meters: 5/2, 4/3

Suspensions: 6 minutes/12 minutes

Group A

Metz Handball – Podravka 40 – 26 (24 – 13)

Referees: Daniel Freitas (POR), Cesar Carvalho (POR)

Goals:

Metz: Kapitanovic, Porte – Burgaard 8, Sajka 6(3), Luciano 5, Zaadi 4, NGouan 4, Nocandy 4, Maubon 4, Peredery 3, Houete 1, Le Blevec 1, Jacques, Di Rocco, Maurice, Bouktit

Podravka: Risovic, Ecimovic – Stanko 6, Tsakalou 6, Milosavljevic 4, Mugosa 3, Franusic 2, Gjeorgijevska 2, Debelic 1, Milosevic 1, Turk 1, Zadravec, Karlovcan, Popovic, Jandrasic, Dzono

7 meters: 4/3, 4/3

Suspensions: 4 minutes/6 minutes

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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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