RNL surprised by Meshkov in Brest

← Previous Story “Orange Army” extend PPD Zagreb crisis Next Story → Excellent first half of Tatran in Logrono wasn’t enough for a win 4. Rhein-Neckar Löwen311187:88(-1)3 6. HC Meshkov Brest310281:88(-7)2 EHF Champions LeagueHC Meshkov BrestRhein Neckar Lowen 1. KS Vive Tauron Kielce220067:52(15)4 2. HC Vardar220059:50(9)4 Despite the name of the German champions Rhein Neckar Lowen weren’t enough to attract more than 2.000 spectators at Arena in Brest, home team HC Meshkov Brest beat the “Lions” 30:28 (17:12) for the first season’s success in the VELUX EHF Champions League!The Belarussian squad showed passion to outplay team of Nikolaj Jakobsen, who is obviosly, not very interested to lose energy on EHF Champions League matches as DKB Bundesliga staying priority.However, that can’t put shadow on a well-deserved victory of home team led by Rastko Stojkovic with seven goals.HC Meshkov Brest – Rhein-Neckar Löwen 30:28 (17:12)HC Meshkov Brest: Pesic, Rutenka (3), Babichev, Kristopans (6), Nikulenkau (1), Stojkovic (7/3), Tioumentsev, Atman (4), Shumak, Vukic (1), Prodanovic, Mijatovic, Razgor (1), Ostroushko (1), Jamali (4), Shylovich (2)Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Appelgren, Palicka; Schmid (6/1), Sigurdsson (2), Manaskov, Baena, Steinhauser, Mensah, Pekeler (3), Groetzki (2), Abt, Reinkind, Guardiola (1), Petersson (3), Ekdahl du Rietz (11)“Orange Army” extend PPD Zagreb crisisOn Sunday, Vive Tauron Kielce will play in Szeged, while RK Vardar Skopje will try to beat RK Celje PL at “Zlatorog” once again.Standings: 7. IFK Kristianstad310280:88(-8)2 8. HC Prvo plinarsko drustvo …300374:85(-11)0 5. RK Celje Pivovarna Lasko210160:59(1)2 3. MOL-Pick Szeged211054:52(2)3 read more