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THW Kiel win in Montpellier – Veszprem made RK Vardar crisis even deeper

THW Kiel at the TOP, Meshkov Brest and Motor Zaporozhye at the bottom of the VELUX EHF Champions League Preliminary Group afte five matches.

Here are all the results and goalscorers:

Telekom Veszprém – HC Vardar Skopje 39:30 (21:17)
 
Telekom Veszprém: Sterbik, Cupara – Manaskov 3, Yahia 4, Tönnesen 2, Gajic, Nilsson 6, Marguc 2, Lauge 8, Strlek 4 (2), Terzic, Blagotinsek, Nenadic 5, Mackovsek 1, Lékai 1, Borozan 3
 
HC Vardar Skopje: Ghedbane, Kugis, Kizikj – Stoilov, Kukulovski, Dimitrovski, Kristopans 3, Sikosek Pelko 4, Dissinger 5, Atman 1, Skube 2, Kalarash 1, Cupic 3 (1), Dibirov 8, Shishkarev 3, Gorpishin
 
Porto – Motor 35:35

Porto: Andre Gomes 8, Antonio Areia 7, Alexis Borges 6, Diogo Branquinho 3, Daymaro Salina 3, Rui Silva 2, Miguel Martins 2, Anger Hernandez 2,  Yoan Blanco 1, Fabio Magalhaes 1.

Motor: Barys Pukhouski 12, Igor Soroka 6, Vladyslav Dontsov 3, Aidenas Malasinskas 3, Dmytro Doroshchuk 2, Zakhar Denysov 2, Artem Kozakevych 2, Stanislav Zhukov 2, Victor Kireev 1, Dener Jaanimaa 1, Maxim Babichev 1.

MONTPELLIER HB (FRA) – THW KIEL: 30:33 (16:17)

Montpellier HB: Sego (1.-20., 1 saves), Bonnefoi (20.-60., 11 saves), Portner (n.e.); Simonet (3), Villeminot (1), Truchanovicius (5), Descat (8/3), Grebille, Tskhovrebadze, Bos (2), Mengon, Pettersson, Porte (7), Afgour (1), Soussi (3); Trainer: Canayer
THW Kiel: N. Landin (44.-60., 5 saves), Quenstedt (1.-44., 9 saves); Duvnjak (4), Reinkind (5), M. Landin, Kristjánsson (n.e.), Wiencek (n.e.), Ekberg (4/1), Rahmel, Dahmke (2), Zarabec, Horak, Bilyk (2), Pekeler (5), Nilsson (11); Trainer: Jicha

Meshkov Brest – PGE VIVE Kielce 27:31 (9:15)

Meshkov Brest : Pesić, Mackiewicz 1 – Kankaras 2, Kułak 1, Szkurinskij 2, Andrejew, Jurynok 1, Accambray 6, Szumak, Baranow, Razgor 3, Selwasiuk 1, Djukić 4, Vilipau 4, Malus.

PGE VIVE Kielce: Kornecki, Wolff – A. Dujshebaev 4, Pehlivan 2, Aguinagalde 4, Janc 4, Lijewski, Jurkiewicz 1, Kulesz 7, Moryto 4, Fernandez Perez 5, Karalek, Guillo.

STANDING:

1. Kiel 5 4 1 0 162:134 9
 
2. Telekom Veszprem 5 3 0 2 166:146 6
 
3. Montpellier 5 3 0 2 140:136 6
 
4. Vardar 5 3 0 2 146:158 6
 
5. Vive Kielce 5 2 1 2 151:145 5
 
6. Porto 5 2 1 2 150:160 5
 
7. Meshkov Brest 5 1 0 4 133:147 2
 
8. Motor Zaporozhye 5 0 1 4 150:172 1

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