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EHF CL (Round 3): Five games – Five home wins

Sunday matches in EHF Champions League doesn’t brought anything unexpected to handball fans all over Europe. THW Kiel beat Vive Targi Kielce 33:29 (16:13). Polish team, once again showed high motivation to play against German teams. They were close to EHF CL champion, but for surprise was no chances.

THW Kiel – VIVE Targi Kielce 33:29 (16:13)

THW Kiel: Omeyer, Palicka – Lundstrom, Dragicević, Sprenger 4, Ahlm 6, Kubes 1, Reichman, Zeitz 5, Palmarsson 3, Ilić 6(5), Klein 1, Jicha 6(1), Fernandez 1

VIVE Targi: Cleverly, Kotliński – Grabarczyk, Jurecki 3, Krieger, Zaremba, Podsiadło, Kuchczyński 1, Dzomba, Jurasik 3, Jachlewski 4, Stojković 13 (5), Żółtak, Knudsen 4, Rosiński 1, Nat

Rhein Neckar Lowen in win over Chambery 39:22 showed how big is a difference between German and French team handball.

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

At last match of group C, in front of 3000 fantastic supporters, Pick Szeged had easy job against surprisingly bad AaB Handbold 37:28.

Pick Szeged Handball AaB (Denmark) 37-28 (18-13)
Szeged, 3000 spectators.
Pick Szeged: Mikler – Stranovsky 3, Lékai 6, Zubai 6, Sulce 6, Katzirz 7 (2), third Vadkerti Exchange: Tata (goalkeeper), Bajorhegyi 1, Beocsanin 1 (1), Manager: Laszlo Skaliczki.
AaB Handball: Green – Lenneratsson 4, Christiansen 2, Ingimundarson 1, Möllgaard 1, Kjelling 6 (2), Wremer. Replace: Pedersen (goalkeeper), Ask 1, Larholm 7 (6), Möller Head Coach: Peter Larsen-Bredsdorff .

1. Chehovski Medvedi 3-5
2. Valladolid 3-5
3. Pick Szeged 3-4
4. Dinamo Minsk 3-2
5. Kadetten Schaffhausen 3-1
6. AaB Handbold 3-1

In group D, Ciudad Real beat HCM Constanta 34:28 (15:12)

34 – Renovalia Ciudad Real (15+19): Hombrados, Sterbik (ps) y Antonio Carreño (ps); Kallman (-), Abaló (4), Cañellas (2p), Alberto Entrerríos (2), Viran Morros (-), Dinart (-), Isaías Guardiola (5), Juanjo Fernández (-), Nacho Plaza (1), García Parrondo (6, 1p), David Davis (4), Lazarov (8, 1p) y Jurkiewicz (2).
28 – HCM Constanta (12+16):
Popescu y Stanescu (ps); Toma (-), Csepreghi (2), Riganas (2), Schuch (2), Baiceanu (3), Buricea (3), Adzic (-), Angelovski (1), Muresan (3), Onyejeke (-), Nicolae (-), Sabou (3, 1p), Sadoveac (6, 1p) y Stavrositu (3).

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

In group B, Swedish Savehof won over Tatran Presov 33:32.

In Saturday matches, Kolding and Veszprem celebrated wins.

1. Kolding 3-6
2. Veszprem 3-6
3. Montpellier 3-2
4. Hamburg 3-2
5. Sävehof 3-2
6. Tatran Prešov 3-0

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