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Kielce put Elverum 10 goals behind – Szeged beat Vardar again

Lomza Vive Kielce stay on the winning way at EHF Champions League. The Polish champions kept the chances to finish first in Group after another win over Elverum 39:29.

RK Vardar gave a great resistance to MOL Pick Szeged in aw

Szeged – Vardar 1961 34-33 (17-19)

Szeged : Richard Bodo 7, Bogdan Radivojevic 6, Stanislav Kasparek 5, Dean Bombac 5, Mario Sostaric 4, Matej Gaber 3, Joan Canellas 2, Martin Stranovsky 1, Jonas Kallman 1.

Vardar 1961 : Ivan Cupic 9, Stojanche Stoilov 6, Timur Dibirov 5, Lovro Jotic 5, Gleb Kalarash 4, Goce Georgievski 2, Vasko Sevaljevic 1, Ante Gadza 1.

Vive Kielce – Elverum 39-29 (20-14)

Vive Kielce : Artsem Karalek 7, Arkadiusz Moryto 6, Sigvaldi Gudjonsson 5, Nicolas Tournat 5, Alex Dujshebaev 4, Michal Olejniczak 3, Szymon Sicko 3, Tomasz Gebala 2, Igor Karacic 1, Uladzislau Kulesh 1, Daniel Dujshebaev 1, Branko Vujovic 1.

Elverum : Thomas Solstad 8, Carl Pujol 5, Alexander Christoffersen 3, Endre Langaas 3, Dominik Mathe 2, Johan Fingren 2, Tobias Grøndahl 2, Luc Abalo 1, Christopher Hedberg 1, Kristian Hubert 1, Simen Schønningsen 1.

STANDING:

1. Vive Kielce 11 8 1 2 358:320 17
 
2. Flensburg-H. 9 7 1 1 272:261 15
 
3. Meshkov Brest 12 5 1 6 337:348 11
 
4. Paris SG 8 5 0 3 255:239 10
 
5. Szeged 10 5 0 5 282:279 10
 
6. Porto 11 3 2 6 313:321 8
 
7. Elverum 9 2 0 7 261:296 4
 
8. Vardar 1961 8 1 1 6 219:233 3
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