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Powerful PSG Handball, HBC Nantes were on -10

HBC Nantes have been on -10 last night in Paris, ready to experience disasterous defeat, but home team put leg on the brake in the last 10 minutes, to give a breath to the one of the biggest rivals in French handball.

Powerful Raul Gonzales’ team beat the rivals from Nantes 34:29 (19:13) to leave them five points behind.

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN HB – HBC NANTES 34-29 (19-13)

Paris : Corrales (1 save), Omeyer (14 saves); Gensheimer (6/7 ), Stepancic (9/11), Keita (0/1), Sagosen (6/7), H. Toft Hansen (2/2), Rémili, Abalo (0/2), Dourte, L. Karabatic (4/4), Morros, Hansen (5/10), N. Karabatic (2/2), Ekdahl du Rietz, Nahi (0/1)

Nantes : Bonnefoi (9 saves), Siffert (); Delecroix (1/1), Guillo, Nyokas (5/9), Claire (3/6), Pechmalbec (1/2), Tournat (2/3), Feliho, Emonet (0/1), Rivera (2/5), Lazarov (5/8 ), Gurbindo (5/7), Balaguer (4/6), Damatrin (1/1), Imare

RESULTS:

Paris SG – Nantes 34:29
Aix – Montpellier 19:23
Dunkerque – Toulouse 22:28
Ivry – Chambery Savoie 22:32
Nimes – Tremblay 32:26
Pontault – St. Raphael 27:32

STANDING:

 
1. Paris SG 17 16 1 0 541:431 33
 
2. Montpellier 17 14 1 2 482:432 29
 
3. Nantes 17 14 0 3 515:463 28
 
4. Nimes 17 13 1 3 495:463 27
 
5. Chambery Savoie 17 12 1 4 474:423 25
 
6. Aix 17 8 0 9 466:439 16
 
7. St. Raphael 17 7 2 8 494:476 16
 
8. Toulouse 17 6 2 9 502:493 14
 
9. Dunkerque 17 5 2 10 412:431 12
 
10. Tremblay 17 4 4 9 458:505 12
 
11. Cesson Rennes-Metropole 16 3 2 11 376:439 8
 
12. Ivry 17 3 2 12 410:468 8
 
13. Pontault 17 2 0 15 414:507 4
 
14. Istres 16 1 2 13 407:476 4
 

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