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01.03.2016, 16:40
Unbeaten Rostov, high-scoring FTC and fan favourites Györ
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FACTS AND FIGURES: Providing all the important numbers after the completion of the Women’s EHF Champions League Main Round

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Unbeaten Rostov, high-scoring FTC and fan favourites Györ

Eight teams from six countries advanced to the quarter-finals, the defending champions' defence impressed and one team is still unbeaten after 12 matches this season: these are just some of the most important facts and figures after the main round of the Women’s EHF Champions League came to an end on Sunday night.

Due to the composition of the quarter-finals, it is confirmed already that at least one 2015 MVM EHF FINAL4 participant (Larvik or Vardar), one debutant (Rostov or Bucuresti) and a team from Hungary (Györ or FTC) will make it to Budapest, where the final tournament will be staged on 7/8 May.

0 points were taken by Thüringer HC in their six main round matches, the worst record of the 12 teams.

0 team won all matches so far, but Russian champions Rostov were closest to the clean record with eleven wins and one draw against FTC in their overall balance.

1 club is represented in both knockout stages of VELUX EHF Champions League and Women’s EHF Champions League: Macedonian champions HC Vardar.

1 of 36 main round matches ended with a draw: FTC vs Rostov (29:29).

2 Champions League debutants made it to the quarter-finals: Rostov and Romanian champions CSM Bucuresti, who will face each other for a spot in Budapest.

2 teams arriving from qualification tournaments (out of two) have qualified for the quarter-finals: Györ and Baia Mare.

3 former champions, with a combined five trophies, are still in the race for the 2015/16 title: Buducnost (2012, 2015), Györ (2013, 2014) and Larvik (2011).

4 main round matches ended with a difference of 10 or more goals.

5 quarter-finalists of the 2014/15 season are back in that stage this season: Buducnost, Larvik (both finalists), Vardar (FINAL4 participant), Györ and Baia Mare.

6 nations are represented by the eight quarter-finalists: Hungary, Romania (each 2), Russia, Norway, FYR Macedonia and Montenegro. All six nations had already been part of the 2015 quarter-finals, when in addition teams from Germany and Denmark were part of this stage.

6 main round matches ended with 60 goals or more.

6 main round matches ended with 45 goals or less.

6 goals scored in one half, by a single team, was the lowest score of all 36 main round matches: Sävehof vs Györ (6:13).

13 times the away team was victorious (six in Group 2, seven in Group 1).

15 main round matches were attended by 3,000 or more spectators.

17 goals were the biggest final margin in the main round matches, when Rostov beat Fleury 38:21.

22 times in the 36 main round matches, the home team was the winner, ten times in Group 1 and 12 times in Group 2.

35 goals in the match Fleury vs Baia Mare (17:18) was the overall low-score of the main round.

+53 was the best overall goal difference, recorded by Buducnost with all ten respective matches taken into account (four group matches, six main round matches).

68 goals scored in the match Larvik vs FTC (37:31) was the highest scoring match of the main round.

83 goals by Nora Mork (Larvik) sent her to the top the scorers list.

211 goals conceded by Buducnost in all respective ten matches was the best defensive record.

282 goals scored by FTC in all respective ten matches was the best attacking record.

4,918 spectators in average attended Györ’s three main round home matches

5,200 spectators at the match Györ vs Buducnost was the highest main round attendance.

10,220 fans in total saw both duels of Györ and Buducnost.

Top 5 lists:

Best attack:
282 goals: FTC
281 goals: Rostov
281 goals: Larvik
270 goals: Vardar
264 goals: Buducnost 

Best defence:
211 goals conceded: Buducnost
230 goals conceded: Györ
237 goals conceeded: Rostov
239 goals conceded: Bucuresti
247 goals conceded: Baia Mare

Best goal difference:
+53: Buducnost
+44: Rostov
+24: Vardar
+22: Györ
+18: Larvik

Most points (10 respective matches):
19: Rostov (23 in total)
15: Buducnost (19)
15: Györ (19)
14: Vardar (19)
12: Larvik (16), FTC (16), Baia Mare (16)

Highest number of points only in the six main round matches:
11: Rostov
10: Baia Mare
10: Györ
10: Vardar
8: Buducnost

Individual top scorer:
83 goals: Nora Mork (Larvik)
82 goals: Allison Pineau (Baia Mare)
80 goals: Isabelle Gullden (Bucuresti)
80 goals: Ekaterina Ilina (Rostov)
70 goals: Katarina Bulatovic (Buducnost) 

Lowest scoring main round matches:
35 goals: Fleury vs Baia Mare (17:18)
39 goals: FTC vs Baia Mare (21:18)
42 goals: Györ vs Buducnost (22:20)
43 goals: Vardar vs Bucuresti (22:21)
44 goals: Rostov vs FTC (23:21)
44 goals: Sävehof vs Györ (18:26)

Highest scoring main round matches (60 and more goals):
68 goals: Larvik vs FTC (37:31)
65 goals: Baia Mare vs THC (38:27)
62 goals: Vardar vs Sävehof (37:25)
60 goals: THC vs Rostov (28:32)

Highest attendance:
5,220: Györ vs Buducnost
5,000: Györ vs Bucuresti
5,000: Buducnost vs Györ
4,600: Bucuresti vs Vardar
4,534: Györ vs Sävehof


TEXT: Björn Pazen / cor
 
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