Champions League

Confident Vipers victory against FTC

photo: Madalina Donose
Confident Vipers victory against FTC

DELO Women’s EHF Champions League

Round 5

Group A

FTC started the match with leading 3-1, but Vipers quickly recovered and took the lead 4-5. This was crucial as FTC did never manage to have the lead in the entire match. Heidi Løke was again unstoppable on the line, scoring 7 goals and getting several 7 meters and 2 minutes for the opponent. Half time: 15-19.

In the second half Vipers continued where they stopped, Pedersen improved in the goal, FTC could not score only two in the first 13 minutes of the second half. Klujber and Lukacs were efficient from their positions, Klivinyi had also a better period in the attack, but this was helping only to reduce the difference from eight goals to five at the end of the game.

photo: Madalina Donose

FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria – Vipers Kristiansand 29 – 34 (15 – 19)

Referees: Merz, Kuttler (GER)

Goals:

FTC: Bíró (14%), Szemerey (19%) – Klujber 6(4), Háfra 3, Kovacsics 2, Márton 3, Lukács 5, Christensen 2, Snelder 2, Pásztor 2, Csiszár-Szekeres, Debreczeni-Klivinyi 4, Tóth, Bánfai, Schatzl, Mészáros, Zsigmond

Vipers: Pedersen (34%), Yang – Hegh Arntzen 11(4), Löke 7, Tomac 4, Waade 3, Aune 3, Sulland 2(2), Jonassen 2, Dahl 1, Andenæs 1, Næs Andersen, Morais

7 meters: 6/4; 7/6

Suspensions: 12 minutes; 12 minutes

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