Mens EHF Cup 14 Final Three German teams for the Final

Rhein Neckar Lowen, SG Magdeburg and Frisch Auf Goppingen are qualified for the EHF Cup semi-final battles.RHEIN NECKAR LOWEN – GORENJE VELENJE 30:29 (15:16) (First match 27:25)Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Stojanović, Fritz (n.e.), Svensson (n.e.) – Müller (2), Schmid (7), Bielecki – Čupić (6/1), Gensheimer (7/1) – Myrhol (5) – Roggisch, Šešum (2), Lund, Gunnarsson (n.e.), Ruß, Lijewski (1), Groetzki (n.e.).RK Gorenje Velenje: Gajić, Taletovič (n.e.) – Dolenec (7/2), Bezjak (6), Manojlović (4) – Melić (5/1), Medved (3) – Gaber – Pucelj (3), Cehte (1), Golčar, Gams (n.e.), Bajram, Šimič, Dujmovič (n.e.).FA GOPPINGEN – DINAMO MINSK 34:27 (First match 23:27)FRISCH AUF!: Tahirovic, Rutschmann;Kneule 6, Oprea 3, Thiede, Schöne 2, Späth, Lobedank 9, Markez , Anusic, Rnic 5, Schubert 3, Markicevic, Horak 6.Dinamo: Koshovy, Zianko, Martinovic;Kazhaneuski, Rutenka 1, Plaza 1, Babichev 4, Shylovich, Niazhura, Cepulis, Nikulenkau 4, Atman 7, Onufriyenko 6, Tsitou 1, Brouka 3, EvdokimovSC Magdeburg – Tatran Presov 26:22 (First match 29:29)Saint Raphael – Dunkerque 23:31 (first match) EHF CupGerman handballhandballRhein Neckar LowenSG Magdeburg ← Previous Story Men’s CWC (1/4 Final): Celje PL, SG Flensburg and CAI Aragon in semi-final! Next Story → EHF CL TOP 16: Fuchse Berlin master work – Atletico in TOP 8 despite defeat

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