EHF VELUX F4: Barcelona to play 12th EHF CL final after defeating Vive Kielce!

The players of Barcelona are the first finalists of this years’ EHF VELUX Final Four in Koln. In the first semi-final, they have beaten Vive Kielce, a team that has no reason to be unhappy – they had their best season ever in club history, but in this semi-final had to concede to a better Barcelona team. Barcelona were having slight lead throughout most of the game, and at half time took 13:10 lead. Same continued in the first half 15 minutes of the game, however since the 45th minute it was Barcelona’s best run, as they made it quickly to +4 and then +5 and +6, Bogdan Wenta‘s strategy of using 7th player instead of the goalkeeper failing, and Barcelona using this for easy goals. In the end Barcelona won with 28:23, a well-deserved victory, and they will be playing tomorrow their 12the EHF Champions League final in club history against the winner of the second semi-final between THW Kiel and HSV Hamburg.

Siarhei Rutenka was superb for Barcelona, being the top scorer of the game with 8 goals, while Juanin Garcia scored 5 goals.

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