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EHF CL: Day of French domination over Germans

Montpellier took the last train for TOP 16 phase of the EHF Champions League by home win over Rhein Neckar Lowen 31:26 (16:12). The reigning EHF CL winners celebrated the first victory in this season.

Another French team, current champions PSG Handball won in Flensburg 27:20 (12:9).

SG Flensburg-Handewitt – Paris St. Germain 20 : 27 (9:12) 

SG Flensburg-Handewitt: Wanne 5, Lauge Schmidt 4, Glandorf 3, Svan 3, Johannessen 2, Baijens 1, Jeppsson 1, Jöndal 1/1 

Paris St. Germain: M. Hansen 6, Gensheimer 4, H. Toft Hansen 4, Sagosen 3, Stepancic 3, Abalo 2, Remili 2, Ekdahl Du Rietz 1, L. Karabatic 1, Keita 1 

Montpellier HB – Rhein-Neckar Löwen 31 : 26 (16:12) 

Montpellier HB: Guigou 7/3, Richardson 7, Bonnefond 3, Pettersson 3, Porte 3, Mamdu 2, Villeminot 2, Bingo 1, Gerard 1, Kavticnik 1, Truchanovicius 1 

Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Tollbring 6/1, Fäth 3, Kohlbacher 3, Nielsen 3, Radivojevic 3, Larsen 2, Schmid 2, Taleski 2, Guardiola 1, Lipovina 1 

STANDINGS:

. Barcelona 7 6 0 1 234:189 12
 
2. Rhein-Neckar 8 5 0 3 255:238 10
 
3. Vive Kielce 7 5 0 2 217:202 10
 
4. Vardar 7 5 0 2 199:185 10
 
5. Telekom Veszprem 7 3 0 4 198:203 6
 
6. Meshkov Brest 7 2 0 5 183:209 4
 
7. Montpellier 8 1 1 6 216:239 3
 
8. Kristianstad 7 1 1 5 199:236 3

 

1. Paris SG 8 8 0 0 250:208 16
 
2. Szeged 7 6 0 1 209:193 12
 
3. Nantes 7 3 1 3 219:203 7
 
4. Flensburg-H. 8 3 0 5 216:217 6
 
5. Skjern 7 2 1 4 194:206 5
 
6. PPD Zagreb 7 2 1 4 177:196 5
 
7. Celje 7 2 0 5 176:203 4
 
8. Motor Zaporozhye 7 1 1 5 210:225 3

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