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PSG WANT FIRST PLACE: Remili put on silence Flens Arena

The sold-out FLENS Arena with 6.300 fans couldn’t help Ljubomir Vranjes and his team to avoid defeat over Paris Saint Germain 33:34 (18:15) which showed once again that two best teams in this moment in Group A are Barcelona and French champions.

The match winner was Nedim Remili after “kempa” of his team in the last attack.

SG Flensburg-Handewitt – Paris Saint-Germain HB 33:34 (18:15)
SG Flensburg-Handewitt: Andersson (8 saves), Møller (4 saves.) – Eggert (5/5), Glandorf (2), Mogensen, Svan (4), Wanne (3), Djordjic (3), Heinl, Zachariassen (2), Toft Hansen (1), Gottfridsson (4), Lauge (5), Mahé (4), Radivojevic
Paris Saint-Germain HB: Skof (10 saves), Omeyer (6 saves) – Möllgaard (3), Kounkoud (1), Abalo (3), Narcisse (5), N. Karabatic (4), Gensheimer (5/2), Remili (6), Nielsen (7), Stepancic, Accambray

STANDINGS:

1. FC Barcelona Lassa 11 10 0 1 324 : 276 (48) 20
2. Paris Saint-Germain Handba… 11 9 0 2 346 : 308 (38) 18
3. Telekom Veszprém 11 5 2 4 288 : 285 (3) 12
4. SG Flensburg-Handewitt 10 5 1 4 274 : 256 (18) 11
5. THW Kiel 11 5 1 5 281 : 283 (-2) 11
6. Orlen Wisla Plock 11 3 2 6 289 : 305 (-16) 8
7. Bjerringbro-Silkeborg 11 2 0 9 279 : 317 (-38) 4
8. Kadetten Schaffhausen 10 1 0 9 259 : 310 (-51) 2

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