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Men’s EHF CL (Round 8): Celje PL and Bosna retained TOP 16 chances

Interesting Saturday’s matches was seen in the Round 8 of the EHF Champions League. In the “Group of Death”, after they lost five most important players this winter, Celje Pivovarna Laško won very important match over Vive Targi Kielce 30:29 (12:14).

Celje PL: Lesjak, Rezar, Alilović (18 saves), Potočnik, Prieto, Poteko, Mlakar 1, Marguč 10 (2), Razgor 5, Toskić 6, Ranevski, Poklar 2, Metličić 2, Rnić 4, Savič.
Kielce: Cleverly (14 saves), Grabarczyk 1, Zaremba 1, Podsiadlo 1, Kuchczynski 2, Džomba 4 (2), Jurasik 4, Jachlewski 3, Kotlinski, Stojković 2, Glinski, Zoltak, Knudsen 5, Rosinski 6, Nat.

Chambery – THW Kiel 26:28 (16:12)

Chambery Chambery Savoie (FRA Flagge FRA): Grahovac (45.-60., 4 saves), Dumoulin (1.-45., 11 saves); Busselier (1/1), Botti (n.e.), Barachet (3), Nocar (1), Paturel, Gille (1), Saurina (1), Basic (6/2), Capella (n.e.), Rondelle (n.e.), Paty (7), Massot-Pellet (n.e.), Detrez (3), Bicanic (3); Trainer: Gardent
THW Kiel:  Omeyer (1.-60., 11/2 saves), Palicka (n.e.); Lundström, Dragicevic (n.e.), Sprenger (3), Ahlm (1), Kubes, Reichmann (n.e.), Zeitz (5), Palmarsson (1), Ilic (2/1), Klein (3), Jicha (9), Fernandez (4); Trainer: Gislason

STANDING:
1. Kiel* 8 – 12
2. Rhein Neckar Löwen* 7-10
3. Barcelona 7-8
4. Celje PL 8-6
5. Chambery 8-6
6. Kielce 8-4

Group “D”
Zagreb Croatia Osiguranje : Constanta 34:30 (19:16)
Bosna Sarajevo : St. Petersburg 25:24 (16:11)

Sunday:
18:45 Flensburg-Handewitt – Ciudad Real

STANDING:
1. Ciudad Real* 7 – 13
2. Croatia os. Zagreb* 8 – 12
3. Flensburg-Handewitt* 7 – 10
4. Sankt Peterburg 8 – 4
5. Constanta 8 – 4
6. Bosna Sarajevo 8 – 3

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