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05.11.2017, 18:50
Skjern's offensive prowess push them past Kadetten
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GROUP C REVIEW: Skjern are back on the top of the group, after a 32:22 win against Kadetten
 

Skjern's offensive prowess push them past Kadetten 

Skjern and Gorenje Velenje are the new leaders of VELUX EHF Champions League Group C, with both teams having eight points after six matches. Kadetten, Elverum and Leon are just behind, with six points, ready to pounce on any mistake by Skjern or Velenje to switch places with them.

  • Skjern veteran Anders Eggert scored seven times
  • Gabor Csaszar was again Kadetten's top scorer, with six goals
  • In round 7 Kadetten face Elverum and Skjern Dinamo

GROUP C

Skjern Handbold (DEN) vs Kadetten Schaffhausen (SUI) 32:22 (13:13)

With Velenje winning Saturday's game against Elverum and going to the top of the group with eight points, a loss would have put either Skjern or Kadetten in a tough position, with only four games to go.

The Danish champions were the big favourites for the game, having won their previous two home games by an average of 9.5 goals, and only losing by the slightest of margins against Kadetten in the previous round, 25:24.

Skjern tried to rely heavily on their impressive attacking skills, but Kadetten started strongly and took an 8:5 lead after 12 minutes.

A run of four goals between the 16th and 20th minutes, inspired by line player Bjarte Myrtol, saw Skjern take their first lead of the game, 11:10.

It was another 3:0 partial to throw off the second half that saw Skjern take real control of the game. As the hosts recovered their offensive prowess, distributing the ball to their main weapons, it was impossible for Kadetten to attempt a comeback.

The 32:22 final score may reflect harshly on Kadetten, but was testament to Skjern's attacking skills in the second half.

Skjern right wing René Rasmussen praised his teammates' efforts and picked out goalkeeper Emil Nielsen in particular, saying he was "outstanding".

Rasmussen added that the return in the second half of right back Kasper Søndergaard, who had been injured, was useful.

“It gave another flow in our play to have a left handed player on that position," he said. "In addition, Kadetten are full of respect for Søndergaard, and they always had one and a half or two players at him – that gave much more room/space for both Jesper Konradsson and me. Generally, Søndergaard attracts a lot of attention when he plays, so it was very good to have him playing again.”


TEXT: Adrian Costeiu/jh
 
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