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PGE Vive Kielce and Telekom Veszprem take new points

PGE Vive Kielce are now the first followers of FC Barcelona Lassa who stayed at the TOP of the EHF Champions League Group A by beating

PGE VIVE Kielce – Meshkov Brest 34:31 (17:16)

PGE VIVE: Cupara, Ivić- Bis, A. Dujshebaev 10, Aguinagalde, Jachlewski 4, Janc 6, Lijewski 4, Jurkiewicz, Kulesz, Moryto 5, Mamić 1, Fernandez Perez 1, D. Dujshebaev 3, Karalek

Meshkov Brest: Pesić, Mackiewicz – Budzeika, Jaszczanka, Kulak 3, Szkurinskij 7, Jurynok, Ivić 3, Szumak 2, Horak, Razgor 5, Obranović 3, Selvasiuk 2, Djukić 2, Kuran, Szyłowicz 4

Telekom Veszprém – IFK Kristianstad 36:27 (20:14)
 
Telekom Veszprém: Mikler, Sterbik – Manaskov 3, Tonnesen 8, Gajic 2, Nilsson 4, Nagy 1, Strlek 3, Terzic, Blagotinsek 1, Nenadic 5, Mahé 4 (4), Jamali 1, Mackovsek 3, Lékai 1

IFK Kristianstad: Larsson, Kappelin – Hansson, Nyfjall, Arnarsson 4, Henningsson 1, Nilsen 5, Canellas, Gudmundsson 4, Hallén 1, Freiman, Ehn 3, Einarsson 1, Jurmala, Chrintz 8 (3), Halen

STANDINGS:

1. Barcelona 8 7 0 1 268:215 14
 
2. Vive Kielce 8 6 0 2 251:233 12
 
3. Rhein-Neckar 8 5 0 3 255:238 10
 
4. Vardar 8 5 0 3 225:219 10
 
5. Telekom Veszprem 8 4 0 4 234:230 8
 
6. Meshkov Brest 8 2 0 6 214:243 4
 
7. Montpellier 8 1 1 6 216:239 3
 
8. Kristianstad 8 1 1 6 226:272 3

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