Łomża Vive Kielce is without a doubt the best handball club in Poland. In the 2015/2016 season, Kelsey’s team triumphed in the Champions League. In turn, in the 2020/2021 campaign, Vive said goodbye to matches after defeating in the 1/8 final of the conflict with France’s HBC Nantes.
In the next edition of the recently launched Champions League, the Polish champions went to Group B filled with big clubs, as well as a team from Kielce: Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona, FC Porto, Flensburg-Handouet, Telekom Veszprem, Dinamo Bukarest and Motor Zaporizhia . The top two teams in the group will advance directly to the quarter-finals, and the clubs ranked 3-6 will face each other in the 1/8 finals.
The hall in Bucharest was filled to the brim. The match started better for the Romanian team. Soon, Dynam players took a three-goal lead and seemed to be in control of the match. After 10 minutes of the match, the hosts won in a ratio of 7: 3, increasing their lead thanks to a goal thrown from their half.
Until the end of the first part of the match, the game was still dictated by players from Bucharest. Saeed Haidarad put in an excellent performance against Dynam, making as many as 5 successful tackles after 20 minutes of the match. Then, with a score of 15:10 for the Romanian champions, the 30-year-old Iranian defended two penalties. The first half of the match ended with a score of 16:12 in favor of Dynamo.
Łomża Vive entered the second part of the game very well. After 10 minutes of competition, the Kielce players led the 20:20 equalizer. First, the penalty kick was perfectly saved by Vive goalkeeper Andreas Wolff, then Branko Vujovi scored the equalizer.
Unfortunately, Dynamo managed to escape from Vive again, and with 4 minutes left, the handball players from Bucharest were 30:28 ahead. In the end, the match in the Romanian capital ended with a score of 32:29 in favor of Dynam. Fif fell unexpectedly.
Dinamo Bucharest – Łomża Vive Kielce 32:29 (16:12)
Date created: Today 20:21
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