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New victory for PSG, Istres brings back Limoges draw

ByRoborto Sykes

Oct 10, 2020
If, in the Champions League, the start of the season is complicated for PSG, this is not the case in Lidl Starligue. Three days after an offensive demonstration in Saint-Raphaël, Raul Gonzalez Gutierrez’s players offered a new first-rate performance against a voluntary team from Toulouse who, thanks to a less visible Parisian defense like Vincent Gérard, was able to find his locker room with a delay of only three goals having looked his opponent in the eye. But the teammates of Ayoub Abdi (8 goals) and former Parisian Edouard Kempf (9 goals) suffered the awakening of the six-time champion of France and the goalkeeper of the France team (12 saves). A second half of the match which saw the PSG gradually widen the gap to count up to nine goals in advance ten minutes from the end of the meeting. Led by Kamil Syprzak (9 goals) and Nikola Karabatic (9 goals), PSG won in the end by six lengths (41-35) in a match rich in goals and is already putting pressure on Nantes, which is moving to Montpellier this Sunday.

Limoges shares points with Istres

After having brought down Créteil then Chambéry, Limoges could not make the pass of three during the reception of Istres. A meeting that the Provençaux started much better, leading by three lengths after only ten minutes of play. But, thanks in particular to the experienced Dragan Gajic (8 goals), the Limougeauds caught up to equalize with twelve minutes before the break . The two teams went blow for blow until the return to the locker room but it was Romain Ternel (2 goals) who struck the last before the break to bring Limoges to a length. In front of the entry score of the second period, the teammates of Rasmus Nielsen (5 goals) and Oussama Hosni (6 goals) started the last 20 minutes with three lengths in advance but, by dint of insisting, the Limoges players again equalized nine minutes from the end of the game thanks to Yoav Lumbroso (1 goal) … before experiencing a new slump to be led by three goals within three minutes of the end of the game. Thanks to Denis Serdarevic (7 saves) in goal and a more aggressive defense, Limoges was able to catch up to the draw (27-27) nine seconds from time by Martin Lindell (4 goals).

Friday October 9, 2020
Limoges – Istres: 27-27
PSG Handball – Toulouse: 41-35

Saturday 10 October 2020
19h00: Dunkirk – Saint-Raphaël
19h00: Tremblay – Ivry
8:00 p.m .: Nîmes – Créteil

Sunday 11 October 2020
5:00 p.m .: Chartres – Cesson-Rennes
5:00 p.m .: Montpellier – Nantes

Tuesday, October 20, 2020
19h00: Aix – Chambery