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CSKA Moscow gave hard time for Győr

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CSKA Moscow gave hard time for Győr

In the first round of the DELO Women EHF Champions League Győr visited CSKA Moscow and the encounter ended with a draw, where the home team gave a hard time to the titleholder, Győr managing to get the draw in the last second of the match with a goal from veteran Anita Görbicz from the wing. Amandine Leynaud in the Győr’s goal made a fantastic game and kept her team in the safe zone, for CSKA Masson had a better performance in the goal. Moscow did not give up and led by Mikhaylichenko and Dmitrieva made a good match as a debut in the CL. The best performances for Győr came from Görbicz, Lukács, and Kristiansen.

CSKA Moscow – Győri Audi ETO KC 27 – 27 (14 – 14)

Referees: Covalciuc, Covalciuc (MDA)


Moscow: Mikhaylichenko 7 (2), Dmitrieva 5, Vedekhina 3, Ristovska 3 (2), Skorobogatchenko 3, Sudakova 2, Gorshenina 2, Heindahl 1, Ilina 1

Győr: Kristiansen 7(4), Lukács 6, Görbicz 5(1), Amorim 4, Oftedal 2, Brattset 2, Hansen 1

7 meters: 4/4, 6/5

Suspensions: 4 minutes, 8 minutes

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