PSG Handball kicks off its season in the EHF Champions League

After his defeat last week on the floor of Veszprém (36-34), PSG Handball returned to the EHF Champions League last night with the reception of Plock. The start of the match was tight (2-1, 3rd), the Rouge & Bleu falling on an aggressive defense. It was not until the 10th minute to see PSG score their fourth but of the game. The two teams will respond blow for blow (8-8, 17th), before the teammates of Luc Steinswho reached the 100-goal mark in the EHF Champions League in that game, fail to take a slight lead of two goals (13-11, 23rd). A gap that will last until half-time (18-16).

Kamil Syprzak scores his 200th EHF Champions League goal with PSG

In the second half, PSG Handball will manage to maintain a respectable lead (20-18, 33rd) even managing to take a five-goal lead (26-21, 42nd). A gap of five goals which will also last for the entire end of the match. The Parisians will finally win and offer themselves their first victory in Europe this season (37-33). During this success, PSG Handball was able to count on Kamil Syprzak and his nine goals, Nikola Karabatic (7 goals) and Luc Steins (6 goals).

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