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EHF CL TOP 10 SCORERS: Hansen on 100, Ilic losing trophy!

It seems that last two years the winner of the EHF Champions League “Golden Ball”, Momir Ilić, will have to hand trophy to some of his rivals from the past. The Serbian bomber scored only 71 goals in 13 matches, which put him on position No.9, even 29 goals less than the leader Mikkel Hansen, who netted exactly 100 goals until now.

EHF CL TOP 10 SCORERS:

1. Hansen Mikkel (DEN) 100 – Paris Saint-Germain Handball (FRA)
2. Lazarov Kiril (MKD) 92 – FC Barcelona Lassa (ESP)
3. Bombac Dean (SLO) 88 – MOL-Pick Szeged (HUN)
4. Djukic Darko (SRB) 80 – Besiktas Jimnastik Kulubu (TUR)
5. Pukhouski Barys (BLR) 76 – HC Motor Zaporozhye (UKR)
6. Döne Ramazan (TUR) 74 – Besiktas Jimnastik Kulubu (TUR)
Karabatic Nikola (FRA) 74 – Paris Saint-Germain Handball (FRA)
8. Stojkovic Rastko (SRB) 73 – HC Meshkov Brest (BLR)
9. Bozovic Janko (AUT) 71 – HC Metalurg (MKD)
Ilic Momir (SRB) 71 – MVM Veszpr’m (HUN)

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  1. Anonymousityuser1

    26. April 2016. at 10:37

    He´s also one of the best on penalties, which explain his many goals. He´s by far not the best bomber anymore, but he´s however a very intelligent shooter and handball player, and deserves the title as the best, because he after all is on top of the assistlist, and on the scoringlist. If you look at most of his goals, it´s because the team mates and he himself creates room for him to shoot, he never pulls the trigger from 11 meters, he´s not that kind of player, but he´s overall the best and most efficient shooter around, still to this day, he have proved he can shoot 128 km/h if he´s focused on doing so, now he´s a refined finesse player with too much skill for his opponents to handle, when he´s on, even thou he just shoots around 98 km/h these days, doesn´t matter, just that there´re goal..

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