The victory exhausted Vive in Ukraine. Seven missed penalties!
Talant Duishebayev’s players unexpectedly lost in the first two rounds against Dinamo Bucharest 29:32, and Then, in front of their home crowd, they beat one of the candidates for the entire championship – Hungarian Veszprem 32:29.
Excellent defense and four missed penalties
In Zaporizhia, the Polish champions started with a very good defense, but they couldn’t take the opportunity to gain a small goal advantage. After a quarter of an hour, they were only leading 5: 3, and all because the Kielce handball players did not use up to four shots on goal!
Despite a very bad start, the Ukrainians stayed there GameThanks to this, they fought to win the whole game until the end. At the end of the first half, the Kielce team were ahead at 13:10, but then in a weak state they lost the ball twice and their opponent threw an empty goal, then they left one of the Moto players score a great goal. The last second, which means an advantage until the end of the first half. omża viv It was just one hit (13:14).
Festival winner of inefficiency
After switching sides, the two teams fought a very balanced battle, mainly due to the massive ineffectiveness of the guests, who did not take advantage of many situations to come back to their rivals. This also applies to the following unused “sevens”. Fortunately for the Polish champions, he also did well in the goal Andreas Wolf, thanks to this Łomża Vive was a little ahead all the time. Ten minutes before the end of Kielce, it was 9:20 p.m.
After Umta Viv’s missed third penalty in the second half, the hosts took the lead in the 54th minute at 11:22 pm for the first time since the opening minutes of the game. Seven meters from the guests’ side, almost everyone was wrong – Moretto, Voujovich, Doichibayev, Karasic and Gudjohnson…
Four minutes before the end, Dylan Nahi actually took the penalty and the score was 24, and a minute later, after the club’s Artyom Karalyuk goal, Kelsey was leading 25:24 and the opponents had to ask for time. At the last minute, Nicholas Tornat raised calendar At 26:24 and although the opponent responded with a goal after some time, there was no time to equalize.
Łomża Vive Kielce beat Motor Zaporozhye in 26:25 and took the second victory of the year. Champions League. The most goals, 4 each, were scored by Igor Karadzic, Alex Duycepago, Dylan Nahi and Nicholas Tornat for the Polish champions. In the next match, he will face Germany’s Umla Viv Flensburg at home, and that match takes place on 13 October.