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RK Vardar, PGE Vive Kielce and SG Flensburg Handewitt close to TOP 8

RK Vardar, PGE Vive Kielce and SG Flensburg Handewitt are close to qualify for the VELUX EHF Champions League quarter-final afte first matches of the knock-out stage. The Macedonian champions made a huge step forward in Zagreb, while Kielce will need to beat Motor in front of home fans next weekend.

HC Motor Zaporoże – PGE VIVE Kielce 33:33 (16:16)

Motor: Komok, Kirejew – Malasinskas 5, Puchowski 5, Kozakiewicz 9, Dobroszczuk 3, Paczkowski 4, Babiczew 3, Denysow 1, Kus 1, Kubatko, Szynkel, Doncow, Bujnienko, Peszewski, Soroka

PGE VIVE: Cupara, Ivić – A. Dujshebaev 8, Cindrić 8, Kulesz 4, Karalek 4, Morytoc4, Aguinagalde 2, Jachlewski 2, Janc 1, Jurkiewicz, Mamić, Fernandez

PPD Zagreb-Vardar 18-27 (6-14)

PPD Zagreb: David Mandic 5, Luka Mrakovcic 3, Gregor Potonick 2, Aleks Vlah 2, Zlatko Horvat 1, Tin Kontrec 1, Senjamin Buric 1, Matej Hrstic 1, Josip Bozic 1, Ivan Srsen 1.

Vardar : Dainis Kristopans 5, Igor Karacic 5, Rogerio Ferreira 4, Christian Dissinger 3, Ivan Cupic 3, Timur Dibirov 2, Daniil Shishkarev 1, Stas Skube 1, Stojanche Stoilov 1, Martin Popovski 1, Gleb Kalarash 1.

Meshkov Brest-Flensburg-H 28-30 (14-14)

Meshkov Brest: Petar Djordjic 6, Artsiom Kulak 5, Sime Ivic 4,Maksim Baranau 3, Siarhei Shylovich 2, Andrei Yurynok 2, Sandro Obranovic 2, Darko Djukic 2, Pavel Horak 1, Viachaslau Shumak 1.

Flensburg-H: Rasmus Schmidt 8, Lasse Svan 4, Magnus Röd 3, Jim Gottfridsson 3, Holger Glandorf 3, Anders Zachariassen 3, Simon Jensen 3, Magnus Joendal 2, Goeran Johannessen 1.

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