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EHF CL (Round 3): Barcelona “blew” Celje PL

There was no uncertainty in first match of Round 3 in group A of EHF Champions League between F.C Barcelona and Celje Pivovarna Lasko 44:33 (20:10). Last season EHF CL F4 finalist showed secure form during 60 minutes and didn’t let any chance to former EHF CL winner from 2004. Best scorer was Belarus left back, Siarhei Rutenka (10), former player of Slovenian team.

Barcelona: Sjöstrand (two saves), Šarić (14 saves), Noddesbo 3, Garcia 9 (4), Tomas 5, Entrerrios 2, Sorhaindo 5, Sarmiento 2, Ugalde 2, Romero 2, Jernemyr, Rutenka 10, Rocas, Oneto, Igropulo 4, Saubich.

Celje PL: Lesjak (one save), Alilović (10 saves), Prieto 1, Marguč, Vugrinec 2, Pajovič 4, Razgor 4, Toskić 7, Poklar 2, Kozlina 1, Metličić, Rnić 1, Kokšarov, Zorman 1, Gajič 7 (3), Žvižej 2.

Sunday matches:
THW Kiel – Vive Targi Kielce
Rhein Neckar Lowen – Chambery

Standing:
1. Rhein Neckar Lowen 2 – 4
2. Kiel 2 – 3
3. Barcelona 3-3
4. Celje PL 3-2
5. Chambery 2-2
6. Kielce 2-0

Group D

Sankt Petersburg – C.O Zagreb 28:35
RK Bosna Sarajevo – SG Flensburg-Handewitt 23:35 (9:18)
RK Bosna Sarajevo:
Uvodic (8 saves), Morozov (three saves) – Arnaudovski, Medic (2), Pucelj, Karacic (7/2), Cakic, Rakovic (1), Kapisoda, Nekic (3), Pazin (3), Divkovic, Vrazalic (1), Savic (2), Mesaric (4)
SG Flensburg-Handewitt: Beutler (18/1 saves), Rasmussen (three saves) – Karlsson, Carlén (2), Eggert (7/5), Fahlgren, Mogensen (2), Svan Hansen (10/1), Djordjic (2), Mocsai (1), Heinl (5), Szilagyi (3), Boesen (3)

Standing:
1. Zagreb 3-5
2. Ciudad Real 2-4
3. Flensburg 3-4
4. St. Peterburg 3-2
5. Bosna Sarajevo 3-1
6. Constanta 2-0

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