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Silence, “Libertat” and Palmarsson’s debut at Blaugrana

FC Barcelona Lassa achieved an e too weak PPD Zagreb 32:22 (17:8) in front of home fans at Blaugrana hall, surounded with some strange energy linked with the existing political situation in Spain.

Blaugrana was the most boring place in the first five minutes of the match wtihout any voice from the stands, which was a way of the protest of home fans, who shouted “Libertat, Libertat “freedom) afterwards.

On sports plan, match was interesting just because of debut of Aron Palmarsson, who showed how big reinforcement will be for the club immediately.

Barcelona – PPD Zagreb 32-22 (17-8)

Barcelona: Kamil Syprzak 6, Valero Rivera Folch 5, Dika Mem 4, Yanis Lenne 4, Cedric Sorhaindo 3, Timothey N’guessan 3, Jure Dolenec 2, Wael Jallouz 2, A. Hernandez Borges 1, Aron Palmarsson 1, Aleix Gomez Abello 1

PPD Zagreb: Zlatko Horvat 5, Stipe Mandalinic 5, Igor Vori 4, Zarko Markovic 2, Tin Kontrec 2, Josip Valcic 2, Tin Lucin 1, Mario Vuglac 1

STANDINGS:

 

1. Telekom Veszprem 6 5 1 0 184:164 11
      
2. Paris SG 5 4 0 1 151:136 8
      
3. Flensburg-H. 6 3 2 1 168:157 8
      
4. Meshkov Brest 6 2 1 3 162:164 5
      
5. Kiel 6 2 1 3 139:153 5
      
6. Vive Kielce 5 1 2 2 141:137 4
      
7. Celje 6 1 1 4 180:196 3
      
8. Aalborg 6 1 0 5 155:173 2
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