Champions League milestones for Kielce in easy win over PSG. Lomza Vive Kielce not only made history on Wednesday night thanks to their 200th Men’s EHF Champions League match and 6,000th goal, but they sealed their fifth win in a row this season in the elite European cup competition. Their 38:33 victory against Paris Saint-Germain Handball ...
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Season Results: EHF Champions League Men. EHF FINAL4 • 12.06.2021 - 13.06.2021 Round Report. Finals. Matches DATE • TIME (CET) 1st Match G1 2nd Match G2 TOTAL. Sun Jun 13, 2021. HBC Nantes. Paris Saint-Germain Handball. Sun Jun 13, 2021 15:15, Köln (GER) view game details. 28 31.
Paris Saint-Germain Handball ( PSG) is a French professional handball club founded in 1941, and based in the city of Paris in France. The club is the handball department of Paris Saint-Germain. PSG play in the highest tier of French handball, the LNH Division 1. Their home ground for LNH matches is Stade Pierre de Coubertin, which has a seating ...
Handball: PSG tilts again in the Champions League 2021-10-27T19:08:21.675Z Beaten by the Poles of Kielce, the Parisians see the direct qualification for the quarter-finals fading away.
Unbeaten in the StarLigue, PSG suffered a new defeat Wednesday in the Champions League in the hall of the Poles in Kielce (38-323. A third setback in six games, which weighs down the chances of the Parisians to finish in the first two of their group and to qualify directly for the quarter-finals of the event.
10/21/2021, 2:59:17 PM. PSG gave in Thursday (30-27) on the ground of Barcelona, European champion, during the 5th day of the Champions League. The Parisians, struggling outside on the European scene, have long held the shock against the defending champion Barcelona before losing at the end of the match.
World and Olympic champion Mikkel Hansen is out to lead PSG to their first ever FINAL4 Champions League title with the added boost of Nikola Karabatic returning to training and the team after a seven-month layoff due to injury.
– PSG Handball (@psghand) September 16, 2021 Led by the Hungarians in the first period, the Parisian team took advantage of a good entry from the French Olympic champion goalkeeper Yann Genty to inflict a 5-1 on his opponent before the break and join the locker room with a four-goal advantage ( 17-13).