EHF CL Veszprem continue 15 years long winning strike – Kiel beat

8. Besiktas Jimnastik Kulubu300375:102(-27)0 ← Previous Story Wisla Plock make “break” in Celje! Next Story → EHF CL: Home wins for Metalurg and La Rioja 2. Paris Saint-Germain Handba…3201101:93(8)4 1. MVM Veszprém321076:71(5)5 5. Orlen Wisla Plock311179:81(-2)3 Fantastic handball Saturday at VELUX EHF Champions League. Hungarian Veszprem continued 15 years old winning strike against RK PPD Zagreb 21:20 (9:10) after 60 tough minutes in front of 14.200 fans in Arena Zagreb. The TOP scorer of Hungarian team were sent-off after terrible mistake of the Danish referees in 13th minute, while Christian Zeitz left court injured ten minutes later…However, Mikler between the posts was on the level together with defense in the last part of the match, what was enough for victory…RK PPD Zagreb: Stevanović, Ivić (13 saves); Mihić 1, Sabljić, Vujić, Stepančić 4, Kontrec, Šebetić 2, Raković, Horvat 3, Šušnja, Šandrk 1, Valčić, Obranović 3, Kovačević, Pavlović 6HC MVM Veszprem: Mikler (7 saves), Alilović; Gulyas, Ivancsik 2, Schuch, Ilić 1, Palmarsson 2, Nilsson 3, Zeitz, Ugalde, Marguč 8, Rodriguez 1, Terzić, Sulić, Lekai 1, Slišković 3THW Kiel beat SG Flensburg 27:23 14:13)  in the biggest German derby.THW Kiel: Landin (1.-25., 5 saves), Katsigiannis (25.-60., 12 saves); Duvnjak (6), R. Toft Hansen (2), Mamelund, Sprenger (4), Weinhold (1), Dissinger, Wiencek, Ekberg (n.e.), Cañellas (7/4), Dahmke (n.e.) Williams (n.e.), Vujin (5/1), Oprea (2); Trainer: Alfred Gislason 3. THW Kiel320181:73(8)4 VELUX EHF Champions League 2015/2016 7. SG Flensburg-Handewitt310286:87(-1)2 6. RK Celje Pivovarna Lasko310275:73(2)2 PSG Handball scored 40 goals in Istanbul against Besiktas MOGAZ – 40:30. 4. HC Prvo plinarsko drustvo …320170:63(7)4 STANDINGS: PHOTO: Mandatory Credit ©SEHA/ Zsolt Melczer SG Flensburg-Handewitt: Andersson (1 -7m), Möller (1.-60., 17/1 saves); Karlsson, Eggert (1), Glandorf (5), Mogensen (2), Svan (4), Wanne (3), Djordjic, Jakobsson (1), H. Toft Hansen (2), Gottfridsson (1), Lauge (1), Mahé (3/3), Radivojevic; Trainer: Vranjes read more

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