In a charged atmosphere, befitting the Champions League (6500 spectators in Peak Arena), Montpellier He managed not to sink in Hungary against Szeged and won the points with the same result in the first leg in September (29-29). Furthermore, MHB made the trip without Valentin Porte, nor left Hugo Descat to rest, without Gilberto Duarte in the recovery phase. If successful, the Héraultais could overtake their evening opponent in the standings. Nothing came of him and he came back from afar 10 minutes ago, they were 4 lengths behind (27-23). They finished fourth in their group and will meet Portugal’s Porto in the play-offs. The two teams have never met in the Champions League.
If qualifying in the quarter-finals, Patrice Kanner’s men must face Poland’s Kilis (second-leg in Poland)
In Coubertin, head on between Paris Saint-Germain And Veszprém, the other major club in Hungary, had no share. However, the Parisians could not establish themselves. They could have snatched a tie after running long after the score in the second half but a few seconds after the last bell, Egypt’s Yahya Omar tricked the vigilant Yan Ginty (39-40). The evening’s award went to former house member, goalkeeper Rodrigo Corrales, with 16 saves. PSG finished third in Group B and will face the Norwegians from Elverum in the play-off matches. Last season, the two teams had the opportunity to rate each other in the group stage. The Parisians won twice by a fairly wide margin.
Should they qualify in the quarter-finals, PSG will find that Germany from Kiel like last season are at the same level of action.
Qualifier Posters (Go: March 30th Return: April 6th)
VARDAR (Mac) – VESZPREM (Hon)
port (pur) – Montpellier (France)
ELVERUM (nor) – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
Flensburg (Germany) – Szeged (Hohn)
The Danes from Aalborg and Germany from Kiel in Group A, the Spaniards from Barcelona and Poland Kielce in Group B who finished first and second respectively, qualify directly for the quarter-finals to be held on May 11 and 19. .