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Team Esbjerg take the victory in Lublin, Brest crushed Valcea

Team Esbjerg take the victory in Lublin, Brest crushed Valcea
Ibolya Szekeres

DELO Women’s EHF Champions League

Round 2

Group B

MKS Perla Lublin – Team Esbjerg 22 – 28 (15 – 12)

After last weekend’s loss, both teams had motivation for collecting points. Despite the lead after the first half, Lublin was not able to get the victory, Team Esbjerg won the game, collecting two important points.

Referees: Loncar/Loncar (CRO)

Lublin: Besen (23%), Gawlik – Achruk 5(1), Gega 4(2), Nocun (4), Matuszczyk 3, Krolikowska 2, Blazevic 2, Labuda 1, Szarawaga 1, Olek, Moldrup, Kochaniak, Gadzina

Team Esbjerg: Poulsen (40%), Granlund – Frey 8(3), Polman 6(1), Ingstad 6, Jørgensen 4, Solberg 3, Jonsdottir 1, Danielsson, Frafjord, Breistøl, Jacobsen, Halicevic, Nielsen

7 meters: 5/3, 4/4

Suspensions: 4 minutes, 8 minutes

photo: MKS Lublin – facebook

Group C

Brest Bretagne – SCM Rm.Valcea 37 – 24 (22 – 9)

Brest took a flying start in the CL, taking their second important victory after they defeated Buducnost in the first round away in Moraca. Tonight the Romanian champion from Valcea were the guests in Brest and somehow surprisingly Brest took a 13-goal advantage in the first half, 22-9. There was no way back for Valcea, even if they tried to get closer in the second half. Brest kept up the pace and the difference, winning big at 37-24.

Referees: Alpaidze, Berezkina (RUS)

Brest: Toft (32%), Quiniou (33%), Fontaine – Niakate 6, Pop-Lazic 6, Gros 4, Foppa 4, Mangue 4, Toublanc 3, Kobylinska 3, Lassource 3, Coatanea 2, Mauny 1, Le Hir 1, Tissier, Minevskaya

Rm.Valcea: Dumanska (31%), Ciuca (41%), Batinovic (7%) – Nørgaard 9(6), Elghaoui 4, Da Silva Vieira 2, Glibko 2, Gonzalez 2, Fernandez 2, Badea 2, Lopez 1, Adespii, Florica, Zamfirescu, Liscevic, Savu

7 meters: 1/0; 6/6

Suspensions: 8 minutes, 8 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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