LAST 16 REVIEW: Veszprém sealed a location at the VELUX EHF Champions League Quarter-finals and finished Sporting CP’s historic period from the Procedure.
Veszprém cease Sporting’s historic period
At the very first leg of their VELUX EHF Champions League quarterfinal tie in Lisbon, Veszprém had 5 3 moments to lead to the very first time at the game — and they finally won 30:28. However, on home-court, Veszprém didn’t offer the Portuguese club some chance and advanced to the following stage, thanks to an excellent team performance, winning the second leg 35:29.
- 1 2 players from Veszprém scored, with Manuel Strlek top scoring with seven targets
- Three players from Sporting scored six targets
- Veszprém secure a quarter-final berth after being removed at this stage last year
Both teams’ goalkeepers began the game with amazing conserves in Veszprém’therefore arena, which had a excellent atmosphere.
After 15 seconds, the team assumed control of this game after three quick fast break goals, the club’s trainer had to call a time out, together with Veszprém leading 7:4.
Nine players from Veszprém scored at the first half, enabling them to build a three-goal lead at the close of the first half. After 30 minutes, David Davis’ squad needed an excellent 74% of shot efficiency, while Sporting’s sat at a vastly inferior 54%.
Although the fracture helped Sporting to re group, with the Portuguese side reducing Veszprém’s result in a goal on two occasions in the first 10 minutes of the second half, the Hungarian record winners reacted to the challenge.
As the exact length just grew between the sides, together with Veszprém extending their result in 28:22 at the 49th minute, it had been long before the close of the game that Sporting’s dreams were finished and that the hosts will soon progress.
László Nagy and his teammates will meet the winner of this tie between Meshkov Brest and SG Flensburg Handewitt.