There was no antidote for the Swiss to the Bartucz parade

Wednesday, November 17, 2021 9:35 AM

Tatabánya defeated the Swiss Kadetten Schaffhausen in the third round of the Europa League handball group round, with Bartucz at the goal and Győr in the field unstoppable.

Handball Europa League Group Round 3 Group D:
Grundfos Tatabánya KC-Kadetten Schaffhausen (Swiss) 31-23 (15-11)
shots / goals: 49/31 and 54/23, respectively
goals from seven meters: 4/3 and 5/1, respectively
exhibitions: 12 and 4 minutes, respectively

The two teams were in the same group in the Europa League last season as well, with the Swiss winning 27-23 in February and 32-30 in Győr in February. Bence Bálint, Ádám Bodnár and Péter Hornyák were missing from the Hungarian team on Tuesday. Among the guests, Donát Bartók and the former player of the Pick Szeged, the world and European champion Joan Canellas from Spain could not enter the field due to injury.

Based on the brave defenses of László Bartucz, the tactically defensive Tatabánya started well, and since Mátyás Győri’s attacks were dynamic and imaginative, he led by one or two goals. In the 19th minute, Kadetten asked for time with an 8-5 home advantage, but could not equalize against the well-fought Hungarian band. Three shows also hit the hosts in the first half, but they also went through these periods, regaining momentum and leading 15-11 during the break.

The Hungarian bronze medalist also started the second act well, leading to 21-13 in the two-thirds of the meeting. The Swiss asked for time again, switched to an open defense, were successful five times in a row, making the job tight. Sunajko Stefan’s goals and Bartucz’s brilliant defenses swept their deadlock over their team, producing overwhelming hair and making it a victory with a 9-1 series.

Among the players of Tatabánya, Mátyás Győri scored ten goals, Sunajko scored five goals, Juhász scored four goals, Bartucz 16 goals, and Piotr Wyszomirski three goals. In a week’s time, the Hungarian team will continue to perform on the international stage at the home of the North Macedonian Eurofarm Peliszter, who employs national team goalkeeper Márton Székely. The latter band won the Greek AEK Athens home 30-27 on Tuesday, with Székely contributing nine defenses.

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