THW Kiel and PSG Handball celebrate their first wins in the VELUX EHF Champions League 2015/2016. French champions put maximum of efforts to beat Polish Orlen Wisla Plock 29:24 (16:13). Nikola Karabatic was the leader of his team with seven goals ahead of his brother Luka and Mikkel Hansen with 6.Paris Saint-Germain HB – Orlen Wisła Płock 29:24 (16:13)PSG: Omeyer, Annonay – Melić 1, Molgaard 1, Vori, Barachet 3, Gunnarson, Abalo 1, L. Karabatić 6, Hansen 6, Narcisse 2, Onufrijenko, Honrubia 2, N. Karabatić 7, M’timia.Wisła: Corrales – Daszek, Wiśniewski 1, Ghionea 3, Kwiatkowski, Rocha 4, Oneto 1, Racotea 1, Pusica, Zelenović 1, Montoro 3, Tarabochia 1, Konitz, Żytnikow 5, Nikcević 3.On the Baltic coast, THW Kiel had much easier 60 minutes against Turkish Besiktas MOGAZ 32:21 (16:12). Vujin, Dahmke and Wiencek were TOP scorers among the winners with six goals each, same as Done for the Turks.STANDINGS: PSG HandballTHW Kiel 2. MVM Veszprém211055:51(4)3 7. Orlen Wisla Plock201151:56(-5)1 1. HC Prvo plinarsko drustvo …220050:42(8)4 3. RK Celje Pivovarna Lasko210150:45(5)2 6. Paris Saint-Germain Handba…210161:63(-2)2 ← Previous Story EHF CL: Vardar and RNL overtake TOP of Group B Next Story → Staffan Olsson joins PSG Handball: Interesting challenge in ambitious club 8. Besiktas Jimnastik Kulubu200245:62(-17)0 5. SG Flensburg-Handewitt210163:60(3)2 3. THW Kiel210154:50(4)2

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