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15.05.2011, 23:32
Germans in good position
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Gummersbach and Göppingen win first leg of the Men’s European Cup finals – draw in Lisbon.
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Germans in good position

Three close results mirror the class and the close level of all six participants of the Men’s European Cup Finals. As Gummersbach is in best position after winning in France in the Cup Winners’ Cup, Göppingen won the German duel in the EHF Cup. Koper can hope for the title after the draw in Lissabon in the Challenge Cup. The return matches will be played next weekend.

Men’s Cup Winners' Cup:

First leg of the final:
Tremblay en France (FRA) vs. VfL Gummersbach (GER) 28:30 (11:14)

Reigning champion VfL Gummersbach paved the way to defend their title, as they took the hurdle in France. Top scorers were Christoph Schindler with eight goals for Gummersbach and Waeghe with seven goals for Tremblay. The Germans were in lead throughout all the 60 minutes after a brilliant start (9:5 and 12:7). As Gummersbach defended well against World Champion Arnaud Bingo they controlled the game after the break, too. In the final stage the Germans mostly led by three goals – but were shocked in the end as Schindler had to be replaced after a serious ankle injury, when he scored the 29:24. This was something like a wake-up call for Tremblay and they could reduce to 28:30 with the final whistle by a penalty goal by Drouhin.

Men’s EHF Cup:

First leg of the final:
Frisch Auf Göppingen (GER) vs. TV Grosswallstadt (GER) 23:21 (13:8)

In the German-German duel nothing is decided after the first leg, attended by 5000 spectators. Göppingen had the better start thanks to their goalkeeper Enid Tahirovic, led 5:1 and 8:2 before the guest improved a little. But Göppingen took a five goal margin to the break and extended the distance to 15:9. Großwallstadt showed fighting spirit later-on and came closer to 15:17 as their defence worked more efficient. But their key to a better play was outstanding goalkeeper Mathias Anderson, who shut the gate in the second half and saved in total 21 shots. In the end the distance of two goals leads to a high tensioned second leg.

Men’s Challenge Cup:

First leg of the final
S.L. Benfica (POR) vs. RK Cimos Koper (SLO) 27:27 (13:11)

Eleven goals of Krivokapic and ten saves of goalkeeper Vran were the keys of the Koper hopes after the first leg in Portugal. On the other side Pedroso scored six goals for Benfica in this final on eye level. Benfica was in lead most of the time, but could not increase the gap decisively. Nine minutes before the end Benfica was away with three goals (24:21) for the first time, but Koper returned and equalized at 25:25 again – and kept this draw until the end.


TEXT: Björn Pazen
 
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