One last opportunity, one last shot in the top corner, and a scenario worthy of the greatest handball matches! In an incredibly tight meeting, the handball players of Paris Saint-Germain won in extremis in Montpellier (34-33), thanks to Mikkel Hansen. The Dane found the loophole at the last second of this meeting.
The entire Parisian bench then rose, rushing towards his star striker and celebrating this new success without restraint. “It was a complicated game, we play against a great team, we faced a large audience that was hot. (…) We managed to win a complicated match, especially the last 15, 20 minutes ”, admitted Mikkel Hansen after the meeting at the microphone of BeIN Sports.
“We kept the ball until the last second and we managed to score. Of course, it’s very nice to have won here but if we had only managed to take a point (in the event of a draw), it would have already been very good for us ”, he said. added.
Unbeaten in the league
PSG had yet started the meeting to its advantage, leading throughout the first half (19-17 at the break), but the Montpellier responded well, taking the lead in the second half. “The problem is that we fought the whole game. (…) We didn’t give up, we fought to the end. Those last two, three minutes are terrible for us. We did not go twice to +2 at the end of the match, we should have defended harder, ”regretted Montpellier’s Hugo Descat, who nevertheless greeted“ a great match ”from his team.
With this new success, the seventh in seven league games, PSG retains its invincibility after its victories against Chambéry, Nîmes, Cesson-Rennes, Créteil, Toulouse and Istres. The men of Raúl González Gutiérrez logically occupy the head of the Liqui Moly Starligue. His opponent for the day stagnated in 8th place. Next meeting for the Parisians: the Champions League. They will travel to the Klub Sportowy Kielce floor this Wednesday.