Mens EHF CL Round 6 Easy job for THW Kiel in Belgrade

German vice-champion, THW Kiel celebrated an easy win in Serbian capital, Belgrade, where home-team Partizan 35:24 (19:10) wasn’t on the level from their first match last Weekend in “Sparkasse Arena”, when Serbian team won first half. From the very beginning, THW Kiel was better oponnent and easily break resistance of young Belgrade’s team. Filip Jicha had fantastic evening, scored 11 goals from 16 shoots.PARTIZAN – THW Kiel 24:35 (10:19)BelgradeHall „Pionir“Spectators– 1800Reffeeres: Lemanovic i Baranovski (Poljska)7 meter: 4(3)   4(3)Exclusions: 4 min / 4 minHC PARTIZAN: Vasić sedam odbrana i sedmerac, Milošević 3/4, Ilić V 2(1)/4, Mandić 3/9, Radanović, Dimitrijević 4/12, Maksić 3/8, Milić sedam odbrana, Radivojević 1(1)/3, Babić, Ilić, Milinić 2/3, Kostadinović 2/2, Mešter 2/5, Marsenić, Potić 2(1)/3THW Kiel: Omejer 13 odbrana i sedmerac, Anderson 3/7, Lundstrom 1/1, Dragićević 1/2, Šprenger 2/3, Palička dve odbrane, Alm, Kubeš, Rajhman 5/8, Cajc 1/3, Palmarson 1/3, Narcis 1/1, Ilić 6/10, Klajn 3/4, Jiha 11/16Results: 1:5 (8.) 3:7 (13.) 5:10 (15.) 8:11 (18.) 10:13 (22.) 10:19 (30.) 12:23 (36.) 16:23 (41.) 17:25 (43.) 17:29 (47.) 20:30 (50.) 24:35 (59.)Best Player: Filip Jiha EHF Champions LeagueHC PartizanTHW Kiel ← Previous Story Polish League (Round 12): Poor Wisla lose in Olsztyn! Next Story → Gyori appoint new coach – Karl Erik Bohn read more