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EHF CL Round 3 Kolding and Veszprem beat big names

Very interesting Saturday in Champions League – Group “B”. After series of bad results in domestic “Jack & Jones” League, KIF Kolding keep great performance in Champions League. Lead by Christiansen and Nikolic (both scores 6 goals) plus fantastic Everik on the post (16 saves), Danish team celebrated win over HSV Hamburg 32:30 (16:15) and now has maximal six points from three games.KIF Kolding: Petersen (3 saves, 1.-16.); Erevik (16 saves, 16.-60.); Bols n.e.;Nikolic 6, Christiansen 6/1, Mikkelsen 5/3, Spellerberg 4, Jensen 4, Karlsson 3, Toromanovic 2, Garralda 1, Oechsler 1, Forslund, Schnuchel n.e., Søndergaard n.e.HSV Handball: Sandström (13/1 saves, 1.-37., 47.-60.); Bitter (one save, 37.-47.);Lackovic 7, Lindberg 5/2, Vori 4, Hens 4, Kraus 3, Schröder 3, Duvnjak 2, M. Lijewski 1, G. Gille 1, Jansen, Flohr, B. Gille, Stabick n.e., Schliedermann n.e.After magnificent atmosphere at last weekend, when they beat HSV Hamburg, MKB Veszprem took off another big scalp – Montpellier 27:26 (13:15).VESZPRÉM: Fazekas – Iváncsik T. 3, VUJIN 7, Eklemovics, SULIC 4, Terzic 2, IVÁNCSIK G. 4. PERICS (kapus), Lusnyikov, Laluska, Vilovszki, Pérez 3, Császár 2, Gulyás 1, Nagy K. 1.  MONTPELLIER: STOCHL – Di Panda 3, TEJ, Juricek 2, N. KARABATIC 4, ACCAMBRAY 9, Guigou 4 (1): L. Karabatic, Bojinovic 3 (1), Kavticnik 1, ObradovicStanding:1. Kolding 3-62. Veszprem 3-63. Montpellier 3-24. Hamburg 3-25. Tatran Presov 2-06. Sävehof 2-0 HSV HamburgKIF KoldingMKB VeszpremMontpellier ← Previous Story Danish “Jack & Jones” League: New defeat for KIF Kolding Next Story → EHF CL (Round 3): Barcelona “blew” Celje PL read more

Telekom Veszprem win in Zagreb to come closer to TOP 8

Telekom Veszprem are on the way to another EHF Champions League quarter-final after minimal victory in Zagreb over home team – 23:22 (12:10). The finalists of the EHF CL Final4 2015 and 2016, showed domination at Arena Zagreb, in encounter with domestic squad, who was forced to be behind during 60 minutes.PPD Zagreb – Telekom Veszprem 22:23 (10:12)PPD ZAGREB: Stevanović 10 saves, Skok; Kontrec, Vori 3, Cingesar 1, Šebetić 2, Marković 2(2), Horvat 1, Šušnja, J. Valčić 4, Jotić 1, T. Valčić, Mandalinić 3, Miklavčič 1, Markoski, Pavlović 4. Trener Silvio Ivandija.TELEKOM VESZPREM: Mikler 1 save, Alilović 9 saves; Gulyas, Ivancsik, Schuch, Ilić 2, Palmarsson 1, Gajić 2(1), Nilsson 3, Nagy 1, Ugalde 4, Marguč 4, Chema, Terzić, Sulić 4, Lekai 2. Trener Xavier Sabate.  ← Previous Story EHF CL TOP 16 weekend: Veszprem in Zagreb, PSG in Nantes Next Story → No winners in French derby in Nantes read more