Györ leave no doubt Having Controlling win

Two-time defending winners Györi ETO KC confronted a stern test against Odense HC in the first leg of their Women’s EHF Quarter Final.

The side only appeared with a 29:28 success, which gave some hope prior to the second leg to Odense. For 20 minutes in Hungary, the team were competitive and were flat at 10:10 — however the magnificent 8:0 run for at the end of the first half of Györ of the stage to get their authoritative gross profit win.

  • Györ advancement for their fourth consecutive DELO Ladies’S EHF FINAL4
  • Nora Mørk produced her comeback for Györ following her 14 month-injury violate
  • Eduarda Amorim scored seven goals to get Györ, Nadia Offendal five for Odense

Quarterfinal, SECOND LEG
Györi ETO KC Compared to Odense HC 33:21 (18:10)
Györi ETO KC won 62:49 on aggregate

Györ dominated for the final 40 minutes afternoon.

Vivid play allowed the match to be kept by Odense for the first 20 minutes — and many times were even headed by one goal by the visitors.

As Amandine Leynaud stepped-up and the grip tightened in goal Odense didn’t manage for the last 10 minutes of the half to score. From 10:10, your home team headed and had an eight-goal conduct.

Even the Odense target burial went for the first four minutes of the 2nd half, also Györ benefited to improve their result in 22:10, and for the remainder of the game, they never led by fewer than 1-2 goals.

The Norwegian straight back made the most of the confidence in mind coach Gabor Danyi by scoring 2 goals along with producing a fantastic assist.

Jan Ptylick said: ldquoWe played well at the start of first half, but after twenty minutes the guide was taken by Györi ETO KC. From that point we made too many mistakes, also Györi ETO KC was able to punish these every time. I think our players demonstrated a spirit within the first half, but Györi ETO is such a team, and they played an excellent match today. I am pleased with we also we made it so far. ”

TEXT: Peter Bruun / jw