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successful recovery for Paris, Nantes and Montpellier

By Le Figaro with AFP

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Luka Karabatic returned to competition with PSG and a big victory against Chartres. Michael Baucher / Michael Baucher / Panoramic

The three big teams in the championship won this Friday evening.

Leader of the Starligue, PSG Handball punished Chartres (44-30) on Friday at Coubertin and remains undefeated in 16 days of the French championship, ahead of Nantes and Montpellier who also made a successful return after the international break.

The European title pocketed by the Blues did not trouble Nikola Karabatic and his team, who resumed their march forward in compact style towards an 11th national title.

With five points ahead of Nantes and seven over MHB, it would take at least three Parisian missteps and a faultless one from the pursuers to witness a scenario other than a tenth coronation in a row for the capital club.

The 5-0 conceded from the start by Chartres drew a well-known script with a less visible actor: the Danish left-back Jacob Holm who piled up 9 goals at half-time (27-13).

It took longer to write for Nantes, ultimately the big winner at Dunkirk (29-23) thanks to a 6-1 inflicted at the end of the match and the precious passes of Aymeric Minne (11 offerings).

In Montpellier, Ivry, in contact for a long time (21-20, 39th) gave in in the last third (35-29), coming up against Rémi Desbonnet (15 saves in total, 38%).

Results and ranking of the Starligue handball, after the matches of the 16th day, played on Friday:

Thursday February 8
Cesson-Rennes – Nimes 35 – 26

Friday February 9
Aix – Dijon 33 – 34
Dunkirk – Nantes 23 – 29
Montpellier – Ivry 35 – 29
Paris SG – Chartres 44 – 30
Saint-Raphaël – Saran 33 – 28

Saturday February 10
(8:00 p.m.) Créteil – Chambéry

Sunday February 11
(17h00) Toulouse – Limoges

Classement: Pts J G N P bp bc dif
1. Paris SG 32 16 16 0 0 602 476 126
2. Nantes 27 16 13 1 2 554 446 108
3. Montpellier 25 16 12 1 3 521 455 66
4. Toulouse 22 15 11 0 4 479 445 34
5. Saint-Raphaël 19 16 8 3 5 540 542 -2
6. Limoges 19 15 9 1 5 490 481 9
7. Aix 16 16 8 0 8 510 510 0
8. Nîmes 16 16 8 0 8 455 469 -14
9. Chambery 16 15 8 0 7 450 453 -3
10. Dunkirk 11 16 5 1 10 488 515 -27
11. Chartres 10 16 5 0 11 456 511 -55
12. Cesson-Rennes 10 16 5 0 11 466 480 -14
13. Ivry 9 16 4 1 11 465 508 -43
14. Créteil 7 15 2 3 10 450 502 -52
15. Saran 7 16 3 1 12 452 511 -59
16. Dijon 6 16 2 2 12 475 549 -74

Editor’s note: In the event of a tie between two or more teams, the teams are decided according to 1) the number of points in the matches between the tied teams, 2) The difference between the goals scored and the goals conceded in these matches. matches, 3) The greatest number of goals scored away in these same matches

At the end of the season, the first is crowned champion of France. The last two go down to Proligue.

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