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PGE Vive Kielce and PSG Handball close successfully Round 2

PGE Vive Kielce and PSG Handball have close the Round 2 of the VELUX EHF Champions League with the clear home wins. The Polish best team gave no chance to Motor Zaporozhye 33:26 (22:11) and that was obvious after first half which ended with 22 goals in the net of Kireev – 33:26 (22:11). Talant Dujshebaev had a chance to give time on court to many players in order to save strentgh for the upcoming challenges. 

PGE VIVE Kielce – HC Motor Zaporozhye 33:26 (22:11)

PGE VIVE: Kornecki, Wolff 1 – Karacić 3, Dujshebaev 4, Pehlivan 2, Aguinagalde 5, Janc 5, Jurkiewicz 2, Kulesz 1, Moryto 3, Fernandez Perez, Karalek 6, Guillo 1.

Motor Zaporozhye: Komok, Kireev- Vujović 5, Babiczev 3, Puchowski 5, Denisov, Doroszczuk, Krawczenko 1, Kozakiewicz, Dontsow 3, Jaanimaa 1, Gurkowski 1, Żukov 3, Kus, Soroka 4.

Neither Paris Saint Germain Handball had trouble in their first home match in this season. MOL Pick Szeged, who suprised Barca Lassa a week ago, had no power to endager home team – 30:25 (16:14).

Paris Saint-Germain HB: Gerard, Corrales – Sigurdsson, Keita, Sagosen 4, Kounkoud 2, Toft Hansen, Remili 5, Abalo 1, Kempf, Syprzak 3, Karabatić L. 2, Morros de Argila, Karabatić N. 8, Ekdahl du Rietz 1, Nahi 4.

MOL-Pick Szeged: Mikler, Allilović – Maqueda 6, Stepancić 1, Kallman 1, Bodo 5, Canellas 1, Henigman, Radivojević 4, Gaber 1, Sostarić, Banhidi 3, Kasparek, Bombac 2, Rosta, Żytnikov 1.

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