GOG Stable Minute with high-scoring Triumph, not to quarter-finals yet
The next decision in Group D of this adult men ’s EHF Cup was made to night since GOG grabbed a important win against KS Azoty-Pulawy SA at Round 5 to finish in second place at the category afterwards THW Kiel secured top standing and a ticket right to the AKQUINET EHF CUP FINALS later four rounds of games.
In front of this GOG match, Kiel maintained their blank record by beating Fraikin B M. Granollers, however the staff from Denmark will simply they know if they produce it for the Quarter Finals or less truly one of the three best second-ranked teams after the group stage finishes
- Kiel keep their clean record with their fifth win in five games
- Adrian Figueras scored eight goals for Granollers and is on 54 goals altogether, second-ranked at the top-scorer list.
- GOG would be the first team in this Staff Phase to score greater than 40 goals in a single match.
- GOG are around six things now after their next victory against Pulawy
THW Kiel (GER) Versus Fraikin Granollers (ESP) 34:28 (20:13)
One day later THW announced they’d secured the transfer of world star Sander Sagosen from Paris at 2020, the club left the fans happy again, beating the Spanish side in your home.
The ‘Zebras’ were strong from the start until the ending, leaving Granollers without any chance in this match and their race for the quarter-finals, since they stick to three points and don’t have any chance of progressing right to the final eight.
Thanks to a great series from Danish goalkeeper Niklas Landin, Kiel left an ideal start and sealed the things already at the break, ahead by seven goals (20:13).
Though Granollers gained stronger at the middle of the next half, mainly because of this nine goals from Adrian Figueras, Kiel maintained the control of the match and took their fifth victory at five, their 21st home win in their 21st Men’s EHF Cup match since 1998.
“Granollers played far better tonight than they did in their home match,” said Kiel coach Alfred Gislasonsaid “We were very good in the last 15 minutes of their first half, played a powerful defence and had good goalkeeping, but in the next half we left too many technical flaws and Granollers played well.
“They’d the chance to decrease our two-goal guide, but Landin spared the 2 counter attacks and the win was deserved; we all wanted to play badly and we all did. ”
Granollers coach Antonio Rama was more succinct together with his match opinion. “For us it was a playoff match and now we have been outside from this EHF Cup, but we played well.
“it’s really difficult to play our centimetres (in height) vs their centimetres, with this kilos (in weight) versus their kilos. ”
GOG (DEN) Versus KS Azoty-Pulawy (POL) 41:29 (21:19)
After a few initial troubles and a quite equal first-half, GOG fully accelerated after the fracture, proved with way of a 20:10 next half scoreline.
Like inside their first duel, which GOG had won luckily in the dying minutes in Poland, the traffic stood strong from the first 30 minutes and didn’t not allow GOG to pull ahead easily.
But after the breakup, Emi Laerke (top scorer with six goals) and also his team mates ran over Pulawy at a fashion style. The Poles missed too many chances and were instantly punished with the Danish counter-attack goals.
By six points and goal difference of and five goals, GOG remain a portion of their quarterfinal race, but to fasten the area, they mostly should acquire their final group match at Granollers next time round.