LAST 16 REVIEW: After a draw in the first leg in Zaporozhye, Kielce won by five goals at home in the second leg against the Allied champions and Rush on to the quarter-final

The Other Day at Zaporozhye, HC Motor Zaporozhye gave a PGE Vive Kielce a hard battle, together with the game ending in a 33:33 draw. But on home court at the next leg, the champions were stronger — and a 34:29 win secured a VELUX quarterfinal berth.

  • Kielce will fulfill Paris SaintGermain from the quarter-final
  • Motor Zaporozhye’d attained the Last 16 for the next time however are yet to move Additional
  • Uladzislau Kulesh and Alex Dujshebaev were Kielce’s top scorers with six goals each
  • Artem Kozakevych scored seven goals for Motor Zaporozhye

Even the 2015/16 VELUX winners out of Kielce started the game strongly. Two back court goals from Uladzislau Kulesh set the tone, and the home side went on to lead 5:2 later eight minutes and raised their cause 10:6 midway during the first half.

Zaporozhye’s coach Mykola Stepanets chosen to play with with an extra attacking player that bore fruit as the people sunk the gap to 13:12 at the 26th minute. However, Kielce’s 4:0 encounter helped them to create an appropriate five-goal advantage at the break. Especially, goal keeper Vladimir Cupara had a direct effect, scoring out of their or her own half in a vacant net.


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