EHF Champions League 2016/17 – HSV and Chambery close to the quarterfinals

The losing streak of Gladbach’s players went on during the international break this week and the Swiss national team with Granit Xhaka, Josip Drmic and Yann Sommer lost 0-2 against England. Van der Vaart spent two seasons at White Hart Lane, but when Hamburg-born billionaire and HSV part-owner Klaus-Michael Kuhne offered to bring him back to Germany in the summer of 2012, the Dutchman jumped at the opportunity. Their top scorer over the season, Michael Damgaard is sidelined with a hand injury, and right back Simon Birkefeldt was hit in the head by a shot in Holstebro’s championship play-off match against KIF Kolding Kobenhavn Wednesday. Sören Stryger fights hard for his comeback after a knee operation in September. Löwen were back on track, latest when Landin saved the third straight penalty shot 11 minutes before the end at the score of 24:19. Dominik Klein, the 31-year old left winger, knows the finals of this competition like the back of his hand. Pauli TV.


But when Canellas, who intermediately had scored three straight HSV goals before, hit the net for the 29:25 and 30:26, the deal was sealed. But Kraus, who played his last international match for Hamburg, had understood, what to do, the left back was on fire and played his best match ever in the HSV shirt, leading his team to the first four goal lead with the score standing at 24:20 five minutes before the end. But when Canellas, who intermediately had scored three straight HSV goals before, hit the net for the 29:25 and 30:26, the deal was sealed. But when Canellas, who intermediately had scored three straight HSV goals before, hit the net for the 29:25 and 30:26, the deal was sealed. Until 19:19 both teams had the chance to win, but then: at first Löwen back court player Karol Bielecki received a red card after three suspension, then Filip failed to convert a penalty shot against the strong Chambery goalkeeper Dumoulin and afterwards Chambery extended their lead to 21:19. Until 19:19 both teams had the chance to win, but then: at first Löwen back court player Karol Bielecki received a red card after three suspension, then Filip failed to convert a penalty shot against the strong Chambery goalkeeper Dumoulin and afterwards Chambery extended their lead to 21:19. Until 19:19 both teams had the chance to win, but then: at first Löwen back court player Karol Bielecki received a red card after three suspension, then Filip failed to convert a penalty shot against the strong Chambery goalkeeper Dumoulin and afterwards Chambery extended their lead to 21:19.

Until 19:19 both teams had the chance to win, but then: at first Löwen back court player Karol Bielecki received a red card after three suspension, then Filip failed to convert a penalty shot against the strong Chambery goalkeeper Dumoulin and afterwards Chambery extended their lead to 21:19. In a match with low relevance, Wacker Thun highly closely missed their first ever victory in the VELUX EHF Champions League. Until 19:19 both teams had the chance to win, but then: at first Löwen back court player Karol Bielecki received a red card after three suspension, then Filip failed to convert a penalty shot against the strong Chambery goalkeeper Dumoulin and afterwards Chambery extended their lead to 21:19. But Kraus, who played his last international match for Hamburg, had understood, what to do, the left back was on fire and played his best match ever in the HSV shirt, leading his team to the first four goal lead with the score standing at 24:20 five minutes before the end. Until 19:19 both teams had the chance to win, but then: at first Löwen back court player Karol Bielecki received a red card after three suspension, then Filip failed to convert a penalty shot against the strong Chambery goalkeeper Dumoulin and afterwards Chambery extended their lead to 21:19. Until 19:19 both teams had the chance to win, but then: at first Löwen back court player Karol Bielecki received a red card after three suspension, then Filip failed to convert a penalty shot against the strong Chambery goalkeeper Dumoulin and afterwards Chambery extended their lead to 21:19. Until 19:19 both teams had the chance to win, but then: at first Löwen back court player Karol Bielecki received a red card after three suspension, then Filip failed to convert a penalty shot against the strong Chambery goalkeeper Dumoulin and afterwards Chambery extended their lead to 21:19.

Until 19:19 both teams had the chance to win, but then: at first Löwen back court player Karol Bielecki received a red card after three suspension, then Filip failed to convert a penalty shot against the strong Chambery goalkeeper Dumoulin and afterwards Chambery extended their lead to 21:19. “But we don’t look upon this statistic, we take confidence from those two close defeats in this Bundesliga season.