Neagu and Mortensen claim the November crowns

The EHF Players of the Month come in Denmark and Romania. Cristina Neagu from CSM and Romania Bucuresti was the winner among the women, as the EHF journalists given the best gamers in Europe of November, also Casper Ulrich Mortensen in Denmark and Barca Lassa turned into a number one by the guys.

Neagu crucial to CSM

It’s been an up-and-down season for the main round of the Women & rsquo; s EHF Champions League with six things, for CSM Bucuresti, who improved.

If they did not have Cristina Neagu, Nevertheless, it might have been worse for the Romanian champions. The driving force behind the name challengers, as she was leading the top goalscorer Neagu scored 23 goals in November to get CSM ranks this season.

It is the period when the award is received by Neagu, after shooting it April 20 17, when she was plying her trade.

Her constant trips on the court saw her thrice to the location, including double in 2018.

After the panel of experts listed his votes, Neagu directed the rankings right back Anna Vyakhireva closely followed.

“now I am emphasizing the EHF EURO 2018, at which Romania have a chance to go to the last weekend in Paris, although I am happy with this award. We have to go game by game, therefore I am not thinking about my team group and rsquo & the Women;s EHF Champions League. But we start in January, so there’s loads of time relating to this,” said Neagu.

The Romanian ace, who’s also the leader of the brand new team, has scored 28 goals in the 4 matches also has additionally pried Deadly sharp-shooter Agnes Farkas and the alltime high goalscorer record at the EHF EURO apart.

Neagu, who’s currently on 221 aims, leapfroged farkas, who scored 205 aims in her career.

Perfect conclusion to great autumn

“A perfect conclusion to a excellent fall, at which we have achieved amazing.

A second wing, Swedish shooting celebrity Valter Chrintz who plays with the right wing in IFK Kristianstad came from Montpellier HB in position in second with hander, French right straight back Melvyn Richardson.

Perhaps not only November, but the full autumn season was one long run of success for Casper U. Mortensen who joined Barca Lassa from German Bundesliga club TSV Hannover-Burgdorf this summer.

“I loved that the Bundesliga, that’s the strongest league in the world, but along came a team who changed all, and though it was a tough choice, I am thankful that Barca were ready to buy me out of my contract,” said that the 28-year-old leftwing who has played an astonishing first half of this growing season in the Spanish division and who’s additionally Danish national trainer Nikolaj Jacobsen’s first pick from the leftwing position in the federal team.

Mortensen, who’s married to Danish TV2 journalist Stine Bjerre Jørgensen, is well known a wonderful part because of his efficacy on steals and fast breaks as well as for his reliability on penalties, but he’s also great from his wing standing into his team’s established attack.

These qualities also makes him one of key players, on whom Nikolaj Jacobsen relies the maximum in World Championship in Denmark and Germany this coming January.

From the VELUX EHF Champions League he has played his part that was amazing leading Group A five points in front of H-C Vardar, and has scored 56 goals so far.

EHF Player of the Month — November 2018

TEXT: Adrian Costeiu, Peter Bruun / br


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