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FRANCE: PSG Handball survive Saint Raphael to stay in race – Hansen scores the last one!

Paris Saint Germain stayed at Championship race with Montpellier Handball after tight win in away clash with Saint Raphael 26:25 (13:12). The Danish TOP scorer Mikkel Hansen scored nine goals (eight from 7-meter), the decisive one in the last second of the match, while Nedim Remili and Luc Abalo netted four each.

Montpellier made another step towards trophy by beating Massy 32:23.

Saint-Raphaël – Paris (12-13) 25-26

Saint-Raphaël: Popescu (12 saves), Demaille. Krantz (0/1), Barachet (1/2), Hubert, Abily (5/7), Sarmiento (2/4), Lynggaard (2/2), Caucheteux (7/11 dt 5/5 pen.), Vigneron (1/2), Trottet, Krakowski, Dipanda (4/8), Karalek (3/5), Eponouh, Hmam.

Paris: Omeyer (30′ 3 saves), Corrales (30′ 7 saves). Mollgaard, Stepantic (1/3), Sagosen (1/2), Kounkoud, Damjanovic, Rémili (4/6), Abalo (4/7), Karabatic L. (1/3), Hansen (9/10 dt 8/8 pen.), Nielsen, Karabatic N. (2/5), Nahi (2/3).

RESULTS:

Cesson Rennes-Metropole 27 – 33 Nantes
Tremblay 34 – 31 Toulouse
Dunkerque 30 – 31 Aix
Ivry 24 – 22 Chambery Savoie
Montpellier 32 – 23 Massy Essonne
Nimes 30 – 23 Saran

STANDINGS:

1. Montpellier 17 15 1 1 491:409 31

2. Paris SG 17 13 1 3 512:436 27

3. Nantes 17 12 1 4 531:464 25

4. Nimes 17 10 2 5 463:442 22

5. St. Raphael 17 10 2 5 468:448 22

6. Aix 17 10 1 6 485:457 21

7. Dunkerque 17 9 1 7 443:455 19

8. Toulouse 17 8 1 8 493:494 17

9. Chambery Savoie 17 6 2 9 464:482 14

10. Ivry 17 4 2 11 425:488 10

11. Tremblay 17 4 2 11 473:495 10

12. Cesson Rennes-Metropole 17 2 4 11 431:466 8

13. Massy Essonne 17 2 2 13 386:462 6

14. Saran 17 3 0 14 488:555 6
 

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