Champions League

Győr victory after a struggle against Krim

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Győr victory after a struggle against Krim
Ibolya Szekeres

DELO Women’s EHF Champions League

Group D

Round 4

Győr started strongly, had an advantage of five goals, 8-3, but after that somehow the offensive play stopped at the Hungarians and Krim managed to level the game 8-8. Slovenians fought exemplary and managed to stay close, the first half ended 13-13. The Austrian goalkeeper of Krim, Antonia Mamic made a good first half, but the host played very unfocused and with many mistakes. Anita Gorbicz made her comeback after an injury break, helping her team with the 7-meters, as no one else was able to put the ball behind Mamic from penalties.

In the second half was also a close race until the 45.minute, than Győr accelerated and increased the lead, 24-21. Oftedal, Amorim, Knedlikova or Nze Minko had important roles regarding to efficiency, Leyanud pulled out some saves and the final result was:

Győri Audi ETO KC – Krim Ljubljana 31 – 26 (13 – 13)

Referees: Ershov, Pavliukov (RUS)


Győr: Kiss (35%), Leyanud (19%) – Oftedal 7(1), Knedlikova 5, Amorim 4, Nze Minko 4, Brattset 2, Hansen 2, Görbicz 2(2), Bulatovic 2, Bódi 2, Fodor 1, Edwige, Puhalák, Faluvégi, Kurtovic

Krim: Mamic (29%), Vojnovic 30(%) – Varagic 5, Baric 4(1), Rebicova 4, Van Kreij 3, Klemencic 3, Zabjek 2, Snopova 2, Kojic 1, Juric 1, Ljepolja 1, Klobucar, Polajnar, Vucko

7 meters: 5/3,3/1

Suspensions: 2 minutes, 10 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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