Mens EHF CL Round 5 Veszprem and Madrid too strong in Berlin

BM Atletico MadridEHF Champions LeagueMKB Veszprem Three games of the Men’s EHF Champions League Round 5 showed the strenght of the visitors. MKB Veszprem made the biggest (if we can call that “surprise” job with an win in Berlin against Fuchse 29:24. Even TOP teams have a lot of problems in Berlin against Dagur Sigurdsson‘s team, but Hungarian champion continue with good performances in the European elite, leaded by fantastic Mirko Alilovic (16 saves).Atletico Madrid had an easy job in full crowded Vive Targi Kielce’s hall – 37:29.29 – Vive Targi Kielce: Szmal; Kuchczynski (1), Buntic (5), Grabarczyk (-), Michal Jurecki (11), Rosinski (1) y Zorman (1) -equipo inicial- Cleverly (ps), Olafsson (2p), Mariusz Jurasik (-), Zaremba (-), Tkaczyk (1), Przybylski (-), Jachlewski (-), Tomczak (3) y Stojkovic (4)37 – Atlético de Madrid: Sterbik; Roberto García (2), Lazarov (8, 2p), Cañellas (5), Markussen (8), Davis (-) y Aginagalde (2) -equipo inicial- Hombrados (ps), Abalo (1), Guardiola (2), Alberto Entrerríos (-), Jurkiewicz (-), Kallman (5), Edu Fernández (4) y Dinart (-)Cimos Koper almost secure TOP 16 place with an away win over Sankt Petersburg – 35:26. Russian winter isn’t so cold yet… ← Previous Story Serbian “Eagles” made an Official Song Video for the EHF EURO 2012 Next Story → Momir Ilic is the “Player of October” in Bundesliga” read more