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Kielce and Veszprem booked their tickets to Cologne!

Telekom Veszprem and Lomza Vive Kielce dominated in their quarterfinal ties and booked their places in the EHF Champions league final-four in Cologne.

The Hungarian team managed to maintain a solid advantage from the first leg (36:29), by losing 37:35 (20:21) against Aalborg in Denmark, while the Polish side had no problem at all outscoring Montpellier in two matches. Six days after victory in France 28:31, Talant’s team dominated at home 30:22 (15:8).

Aalborg Handball-Veszprem 37:35 (20-21)

Aalborg Handball: Buster Juul-Lassen 9, Kristian Bjornsen 9, Nikolaj L. Christensen 7, Henrik M øllgaard 3, Felix Claar 3, Rene Antonsen 2, Valdemar Hermansen 2, Victor Kl øve 1, Christian Termansen 1. 

Veszprem: Kentin Mahe 6, Rasmus Lauge 6, Gasper Marguc 5, Manuel Strlek 4, Petar Nenadic 3, Mate Lekai 2, Jorge Maqueda 2, Andreas Nilsson 2, Patrik Ligetvari 2, Yahia Omar 2, Blaz Blagotinsek 1.

Vive Kielce – Montpellier 30-22 (15-8)

Vive Kielce: Artsem Karalek 7, Nicolas Tournat 4, Dylan Nahi 4, Arkadiusz Moryto 4, Igor Karacic 3, Branko Vujovic 2, Szymon Sicko 2, Daniel Dujshebaev 2, Alex Dujshebaev 1, Haukur Thrastarson 1.

Montpellier: Julien Bos 7, Hugo Descat 3, Marko Panic 3, Diego Simonet 3, Kyllian Villeminot 2, Benjamin Bataille 2, Lucas Pellas 1, Lucas Moscariello 1

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