LAST 16 PREVIEW: After winning the first leg Brest, Flensburg are the favourites on home ground at the next VELUX EHF Champions League Last 16 fight against Meshkov
Flensburg’s jubilee match: the next step towards Cologne?
SG Flensburg-Handewitt are happy to book a VELUX EHF Champions League Quarter-final ticket to the 12th time at the club’s history. On Sunday, the side would observe their 200th EHF Champions League match while they carry a two-goal win in the second-leg Last 16 match against HC Meshkov Brest.
LAST 16, SECOND LEG
SG Flensburg-Handewitt (GER) compared to HC Meshkov Brest (BLR)
Sunday 31 March, 19:00 local time, live on ehfTV.com
The inaugural winner of this duel will face the winner of this Telekom Veszprém Versus Sporting CP Last 16 pairing
It’s the 200th Champions League match from the foundation of SG Flensburg-Handewitt. The total amount so much stands in 120 victories, 17 draws and 62 defeats. The 2014 Champions League winners rank on the all-time club standings at the premier competition
Flensburg won the off match in Brest 30:28 but, following an intermediate Effect of 30:22, Meshkov reduced the gap at the closing stages thanks to six straight Targets
Flensburg have won each of five duels against Meshkov Brest so much, such as the two Previous 16 matches at the 2016/17 season
Overall, it’s the eighth Last 16 match for Meshkov Brest — however, the Belarusian side haven’t won a game within this stage. The current record stands in six defeats and 1 draw
In their previous 1 3 appearances in the Champions League before this year, Flensburg made it on the quarter-finals 1 1 times — a Proportion of nearly 85 percent
A excellent show came to a conclusion on Thursday night: After winning 3 2 directly Bundesliga matches at 1 year, including all 24 matches at the present season, Flensburg were defeated for the first time as 22 March 2018. They dropped 23:24 in SC Magdeburg