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CSM rescue a point against Krim

EHF / Adrian Costeiu

Former RK Krim Mercator right back Barbara Lazovic scored eight goals for CSM Bucuresti, yet it was not enough for the Romanian side, who lost a point against Krim after a 22:22 draw

CSM Bucuresti (ROU) vs RK Krim Mercator (SLO) 22:22 (12:11)

  • after converting a fast break in the first minute, left back Alexandrina Cabral left the game with a knee injury
  • with Cristina Neagu not entering the game, CSM relied on right back Barbara Lazovic, who was the game’s top scorer with eight goals
  • the lead changed hands four times, yet the game ended in a deadlock, 22:22, Krim’s second draw in seven games this season
  • the Romanian side ended the game with a 2:0 run, but failed to score in the final second as Elizabeth Omoregie, another former Krim player, had a shot saved by goalkeeper Jovana Risovic
  • CSM extended their lead in the group to two points

Low attacking returns hamper CSM

CSM’s six-game winning streak on home court came to a grounding halt on Saturday. Although they led for 40 minutes, seven technical mistakes and a 50 per cent attacking efficiency were CSM’s undoing, as Adrian Vasile could not use Cristina Neagu, who was still nursing a knee ligament strain.


We were close all the time and we took the lead in the second half, but we couldn’t manage to hold the lead. Today Barbara Lazovic showed a great performance and I think that is a great thing
Uros Bregar
RK Krim Mercator head coach

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