Telekom Veszprem are in another VELUX EHF Champions League Final! The Hungarian champions beat PGE Vive Kielce 33:30 (13:13) in the first semi-final of the spectacular event at Lanxess Arena in Cologne.
In the first half Arpad Sterbik was the key person in Veszprem’s jersey until 21th minute, when he got injured, but in the second, the whole handball world has seen outstanding performance of Petar Nenadic who scored 12 goals and took his team into the last 60 minutes for the desired trophy…
Veszprem-Vive Kielce 33-30 (13-13)
Veszprem: Petar Nenadic 12, Dragan Gajic 5, Mate Lekai 4, Manuel Strlek 4, Laszlo Nagy 3, Kent Tönnesen 2, Blaz Blagotinsek 2, Momir Ilic 1.
Vive Kielce: Alex Dujshebaev 7, Artsem Karalek 5, Luka Cindric 5, Uladzislau Kulesh 3, Blaz Janc 3, Arkadiusz Moryto 2, Marko Mamic 2, Mateusz Jachlewski 1, Mariusz Jurkiewicz 1, Angel Fernandez 1.