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Buducnost finally earn first point

EHF / Sergey Nikolaev

Following three straight defeats at the start of their European season, Buducnost were determined to claim their first points on Saturday night. And after a hard-fought battle, the Montenegrin side split the spoils with Brest Bretagne Handball, 22:22.

Buducnost (MNE) vs Brest Bretagne Handball (FRA) 22:22 (12:12)

  • Brest ended their second straight match in a draw and are on six points after four games, on par with Odense and Györ
  • neither side could establish more than a two-goal lead in the first half
  • early in the second half, Buducnost enjoyed a good run and moved the score from 13:13 to 17:13, yet Brest made a quick comeback at 17:17
  • an extremely close game followed, and Buducnost’s Alisson Pineau established the final 22:22 score more than two minutes from the buzzer
  • next weekend, Brest will host CSKA, while Buducnost will travel to Germany for an away match versus Dortmund

Few goals, but many scorers for Brest

Although 22 goals is Brest’s lowest scoring result in the current season, the goals were distributed among as many as 11 different players. While captain Coralie Lassourse netted five times and right back Ana Gros added four more, six players were limited to one goal.

I am very happy because we won the first point of the season. Physically we feel much better, as seen in the game against Brest. This is a success because we have had a lot of problems in the past. At the same time, I am sad because we had the opportunity to win two points.
Allison Pineau

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