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HBC Nantes beat Montpellier after five defeats in a row!

After five defeats in a row including lost of the VELUX EHF Champions League title in Cologne, HBC Nantes outplayed Montpellier Handball 30:27 in derby match of LidlStar Ligue Round 4! Hero of the night was second option between the posts of home team, Arnaud Siffert, who pushed his team up with 13 saves. Nicolas Claire netted nine goals for the winners.

On the other side, Melvyn Richardson scored six goals.

HBC Nantes : Cyril DUMOULIN (3/15), Arnaud SIFFERT (13/29), Romain LAGARDE (1/3), Florian DELECROIX (1/3), Rudi FALUVEGI, Romaric GUILLO (0/1), Nicolas CLAIRE (9/12), Lucien AUFFRET, Espen LIE HANSEN (0/2), Dragan PECHMALBEC (1/1), Nicolas TOURNAT (6/6), Rock FELIHO, Julian EMONET , Valero RIVERA (4/5), Kiril LAZAZOV (7/9), David BALAGUER (2/6).

Montpellier Handball : Vincent GERARD (8/31), Nikola PORTNER (5/12), Diego SIMONET (2/4), Kyllian VILLEMINOT, Mathieu GREBILLE, Julien BOS, Fredric PETTERSSON (2/2), Melvyn RICHARDSON (6/9), Vid KAVTICNIK (2/3), Baptiste BONNEFOND (2/6), Jean-Loup FAUSTIN (1/1), Valentin PORTE (4/6), Arnaud BINGO (0/2), Benjamin AFGOUR (2/4), Mohamed SOUSSI (1/1), Mohamed MAMDOUH (4/5).

STANDINGS:

 
1. Nantes 4 4 0 0 115:93 8
 
2. Chambery Savoie 4 4 0 0 111:103 8
 
3. Paris SG 4 3 1 0 129:102 7
 
4. Nimes 4 3 1 0 109:99 7
 
5. Montpellier 4 3 0 1 121:110 6
 
6. Tremblay 4 3 0 1 123:116 6
 
7. Dunkerque 4 1 1 2 90:89 3
 
8. Cesson Rennes-Metropole 4 1 1 2 104:109 3
 
9. Aix 4 1 0 3 108:111 2
 
10. Ivry 4 1 0 3 95:117 2
 
11. St. Raphael 4 1 0 3 123:117 2
 
12. Toulouse 4 0 1 3 117:129 1
 
13. Istres 4 0 1 3 100:117 1
 
14. Pontault 4 0 0 4 99:132 0