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Neagu-comeback when CSM Bucuresti defeated Lublin

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Neagu-comeback when CSM Bucuresti defeated Lublin

DELO Women’s EHF Champions League

Group B

Round 4

As MKS Perla Lublin mathematically was already eliminated from the race of reaching the Main Round, CSM Bucuresti traveled to Poland in order to practice (Lekic, Martin and Mørk missing from the squad). Cristina Neagu made her comeback in this match, scoring already 3 goals in the first half. Half time result: 10-17.

In the second half CSM Bucuresti continued their play, Dedu replaced Grubisic in the goal and their advantage was increased. Romanians won without making any effort, at the end of the match even the junior players of CSM could play some minutes.

MKS Perla Lublin – CSM Bucuresti 19 – 28 (10 – 17)

Referees: Kijauskaite, Zaliene (LTU)

Goals:

Lublin: Besen (19%), Gawlik (35%) – Gega 6(1), Achruk 3(1), Nocun 1, Szarawaga 1, Blazevic 2, Matuszczyk 1, Nocek, Møldrup 2, Krolikowska, Olek, Labuda 2, Gadzina 1

CSM Bucuresti: Dedu(53%), Grubisic (33%), Ion (67%) – Grbic 6, Pintea 7, Neagu 4(1), Moisa 2, Klikovac 2, Omoregie 2, Cvijic 2, Torstenson 1, Perianu, Marin, Valcan, Jipa, Curea 2

7 meters: 4/2; 2/1

Suspensions: 2 minutes; 6 minutes

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