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EHF CL: Veszprem win in Skopje, Montpellier in Kielce – Meshkov beat RNL

Interesting Saturday in Group A of the VELUX EHF Champions League. Telekom Veszprem showed that they are again the team capable to beat everyone.

Meshkov Brest and Montpellier extended race for 6th place by beating Rhein Neckar Lowen and PGE Vive Kielce.

Vardar-Veszprem 27-29 (16-11)

Vardar: Christian Dissinger 5, Stojanche Stoilov 4, Dainis Kristopans 4, Stas Skube 4, Ivan Cupic 3, Gleb Kalarash 2, Vuko Borozan 2, Rogerio Ferreira 1, Timur Dibirov 1, Daniil Shishkarev 1.

Veszprem: Mate Lekai 7, Lazlo Nagy 6, Petar Nenadic 4, Manuel Stslek 3, Dejan Manaskov 2, Borut Mackovsek 2, Gasper Marguc 2, Kent Tönnesen 1, Andreas Nilsson 1, Kentin Mahe 1.

Meshkov Brest-Rhein Neckar 27-24 (15-12)

Meshkov Brest: Alexsander Shkurinskiy 8, Sime Ivic 4, Maksim Baranau 4, Sandro Obranovic 4, Vid Poteko 3, Artsiom Kulak 1, Pavel Horak 1, Simon Razgor 1, Petar Djordjic 1.

Rhein Neckar: Andre Schmid 5, Gudjon Sigurdsson 5, Bogdan Radivojevic 4, Vladan Lipovina 3, Alexander Petersson 3, Jannik Kohlbacher 3, Mads Mensah 1. 

PGE VIVE Kielce – Montpellier HB 27:28

PGE VIVE: Ivić, Cupara – Jurecki 3,  Bis, Aguinagalde 4, Jachlewski 3, Janc 3, Lijewski 4, Jurkiewicz, Kulesz 1, Moryto 3, Mamić, Fernandez 4, Karalek 2

Montpellier HB: Gerard, Portner – Simonet 3, Causse, Truchanovicius 3, Grebille 6, Bos, Guigou 1, Pettersson 2, Richardson 6, Kavticnik 1, Bonnefond, Faustin 2, Porte 4, Afgour

STANDING:

1. Barcelona 11 9 0 2 377:312 18
 
2. Telekom Veszprem 12 8 0 4 346:327 16
 
3. Vardar 12 7 1 4 341:333 15
 
4. Vive Kielce 12 7 0 5 375:364 14
 
5. Rhein-Neckar 12 6 0 6 363:351 12
 
6. Meshkov Brest 12 3 1 8 327:368 7
 
7. Montpellier 12 3 1 8 322:345 7
 
8. Kristianstad 11 2 1 8 317:368 5