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Champions are out! Meshkov Brest to play at knock-out stage!

Montpellier Handball are out, Meshkov Brest will play at knock-out stage of the VELUX EHF Champions League 2018/2019. 

The reigning EHF CL winners won’t have a chance to defend title in Cologne as they ended this season in preliminary round after defeat in Skopje against Vardar 33:27.

Telekom Veszprem won in Kielce 36:35 and choose Sporting CP for the next rival.

Meshkov will chase SG Flensburg for the quarter-final.

Barcelona-Rhein-Neckar 30-25 (20-12)

Barcelona: Lasse Andersson 5, Kamil Syprzak 5, Victor Tomas 4, Ludovic Fabregas 4, Aron Palmarsson 2, Kevin Møller 2, Raul Entrerrios 2, Dika Mem 2, Gilberto Brito 1, Thiagus Goncalves
Aitor Arino 1, Aleix Gomez 1.

Rhein-Neckar: Filip Taleski 6, Jannik Kohlbache 6, Jerry Tollbring 5, Andre Schmid 3, Vladan Lipovina 3, Bogdan Radivojevic 1, Alexander Petersson 1.

Meshkov-Brest-Kristianstad 32-23 (15-11)

Meshkov-Brest: Sime Ivic 6, Viachaslau Shumak 4, Petar Djordjic 4, Maksim Baranau 3, Siarhei Shylovich 3, Sandro Obranovic 3, Vid Poteko 2, Simon Razgor 2, Artsiom Kulak 1, Aliaksandr Bachko 1, Andrei Yurynok 1, Pavel Horak 1, Darko Djukic 1.

Brest-Kristianstad: Stig Nielsen 4, Olafur Gudmundsson 3, Emil Hansson 2, Marc Cañellas 2, Viktor Hallen 2, Helge Freiman 2, Alfred Ehn 2, Teitur Einarsson 2, Valter Chrintz 2, Adam Nyfjäll 1, Arnar Arnarsson 1.

Vardar-Montpellier 33-27 (16-13)

Vardar: Dainis Kristopans 7, Igor Karacic 6, Ivan Cupic 5, Timur Dibirov 4, Stojanche Stoilov 4, Rogerio Ferreira 3, Stas Skube 3, Dmitrii Kiselev 1.

Montpellier: Valentin Porte 5, Fredric Pettersson 4, Melvyn Richardson 4, Vid Kavticnik 4,  Mathieu Grebille 2, Kyllian Villeminot 2, Jonas Truchanovicius 2, Baptiste Bonnefond 2, Michael Guigou 1, M. Mamdouh 1.

Vive Kielse-Veszprem 35-36 (21-18)

Vive Kielse: Blaz Janc 7, Artsem Karalek 6, Julen Aguinagalde 4, Krzysztof Lijewski 4, Uladzislau Kulesh 4, Mateusz Jachlewski 3, Luka Cindric 2, Angel Fernandez 2, Mariusz Jurkiewicz 1, Arkadiusz Moryto 1, Marko Mamic 1.

Veszprem: Kentin Mahe 8, Petar Nenadic 6, Laszlo Nagy 5, Dragan Gajic 4, Andreas Nilsson 3, Boryt Mackovsek 3, Mate Lekai 3, Dejan Manaskov 1, Momir Ilic 1, Kent Tönnesen 1, Manuel Strlek 1.

STANDING:

1. Barcelona  14 12 0 2 486:391 24
 
2. Telekom Veszprem  14 10 0 4 410:382 20
 
3. Vardar  14 9 1 4 406:390 19
 
4. Vive Kielce  14 7 0 7 439:430 14
 
5. Rhein-Neckar  14 7 0 7 418:410 14
 
6. Meshkov Brest 14 4 1 9 379:419 9
 
7. Montpellier 14 3 1 10 377:414 7
 
8. Kristianstad 14 2 1 11 396:475 5
 

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