Double Russian in the quarters

As early as Friday day, it became apparent that HC Neva Spb were ready for the previous eight years. The team from St. Petersburg were virtually in the next round after their visit to Slovakia past weekend, by which they defeated MSK Povazska Bystrica by way of a clear 31:21 margin.

The Slovakian side did considerably better in the return game in St. Petersburg, although these were never even close at Placing the tie. By discomfort a narrow 25:24 conquer this time they stored some of their standing.

The Russian side in the 16, Dynamo-Victor had to perform harder. These were down 27:21 off ØIF Arendal after their visit to last weekend, in the return game in Stavropol, the Russian team managed to reserve themselves a ticket to get the quarter-final through a 31:22 win, however using only 5 minutes , Dynamo were leading by only six goals, meaning the teams were level on aggregate.

Borac and CSM finished the Work

RK Borac m:tel Ended up before VHC Sviesa Vilnius on Saturday’s visit in the quarter-final.

From the first game in the Lithuanian capital, a triumph had been recorded by the Bosnian side, but in Sportska Dvorana Borik to the return match, 2500 spectators turned up inspite of the lack of doubt about the outcome. Being Borac required a more narrow 23:22 triumph and took matters somewhat more readily this time.

CSM Bucuresti had also taken a huge step towards the quarter-final with a 28:23 win off in their first game against HC Dukla Praha, and also the second leg ended in a second five-goal win to the brand new team, as Dukla visited the n capital for the return game, 30:25 to CSM at the last buzzer this time.

HC Vise B M made history, as they entered a for the first time. Vise won his game and in the return game at home, the team won by one goal more.

The difference between both teams had been bigger than the last result indicates as 18:14 was being led by Vise at that the time and 30:24 briefly before the end. Centre back Siarhei Mikhalchuk scored 10 goals for Masheka just like from the game, however again, it didn’t help the Belarusian side.

Dicken out of Finland were in the because the Portuguese side won the this weekend, and on Sunday evening, AM Madeira Andebol SAD completed the lineup.

Madeira had home advantage against Ukrainian Doss and also the first leg on Saturday ended with a triumph for Madeira.

The home team stunned by taking a 7:1 guide at the beginning before Madeira got a grasp of the game and also sealed their quarter-final berth with a 28:25 win.

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