The Hungarian women broke Krim’s winning streak

It didn't work out for the third time in a row. After two important victories among the European handball elite, Krim Mercator's handball players visited Hungary's Ferencváros on Saturday, January 14. The hosts, who gained a decisive advantage already in the first half, ended up winning 37:26, thus ending the streak of two consecutive victories of the Tigresses.
FTC (HUN) : Krim Mercator 37:26 (19:10)
Saturday, 14 January, at 16:00, Erd Arena, 2000 spectators
Referees: Igor Covalcius, Alexei Covalcius (Moldova); Delegate: Bjorn Hogsnes (Norway)
FTC: Szucsanszki, Janurik, Kisfaludy 2, Harsfalvi, Biro, Stolle 2, Bolk 7, Marton 2, Tomori, Papp 1, Malestein 7, Kukely, Klujber 10, Cvijić 4, Lekić 1, Szollosi-Zacsik 1.
Krim Mercator: Radosavljević 1, Radičević 2, Stanko 3, Pineau, Abina, Žabjek, Dmitrieva 10, Arenhart, Klemenčič 3, Ljepoja 1, Varagić, Ngombele 1, Lazović 4, Risović, Rosiak, Svetik 1.
Penalties (7-meters): FTC 4 (4), Krim Mercator 5 (4)
Suspensions: FTC 10 minutes, Krim Mercator 8 minutes
Dragan Adžić, head coach of RK Krim Mercator: “We let the FTC play its game and that is unacceptable. We should strive harder, give our best. We should be playing at a higher level. Attitude and disrespect will definitely not happen again! I take responsibility.”
Valentina Klemenčič, RK Krim Mercator handball player: “We definitely wanted a better start to the match. It just didn’t work out for us. We didn’t manage to stop our opponents in defense, but we didn’t in attack took advantage of the opportunities. We will fight against Banik Most no matter what. I hope that after the match there will be as many fans as possible to support us.”
You can find more photos in gallery HERE.