Champions League: PSG handball after the suspense

Champions League: PSG handball after the suspense

PSG played with the nerves of French internationals Camille Ayglon-Saurina, Blandine Dancette and Tamara Horacek as well as the public of Coubertin this Saturday. But after having flirted with defeat for a long time, Paris triumphed and retained control of Group B in the Champions League.

THE NUMBER: 4.

It's been almost four years since November 16 that PSG has not lost a home league game. Saturday, it was not long before the Germans Flensburg put an end to the impressive series of invincibility Paris. But after being led for 53 minutes, the reigning French champion finally took the lead on the scoreboard to clinch a 33rd straight game without losing in the competition.

THE MAN OF THE MATCH: THIERRY OMEYER.

With six saves on the clock, Thierry Omeyer has been far, far from his usual standards this Saturday. But after the first interventions that stopped the bleeding in defense, his last parade at a minute of the gong will have proved decisive decisive, it allows Uwe Gensheimer (8 achievements) to register the winning goal at 8 seconds of the term.

THE FACT MARKING

Nearly a month after Nikola Karabatic's left-foot operation, which will keep the PSG leader out of the field until at least February, another blow may have hit the capital club. We played the 36th minute of the game when the Spanish goalkeeper twisted his right ankle alone, trying to intercept a ball on the ground. Returned directly to the locker room, he left Thierry Omeyer ended the match and did not reappear on the ground.

THE REACTION

"The public must have a lot of headaches, but I'm proud of what the team did. We were able to put the aggressiveness and intensity that we had missed until then in the last 15 minutes. It is on this kind of match that one forges a character. We can be proud, not of our performance, but of the envy we were able to put in order to turn the tide. "

Nedim Remili, Parisian back

MATCH SHEET

PSG – FLENSBURG (All.): 29-28 (12-15).

Spectators: 4,000. Referees: MM. Brkic, Jusufhodzic (Aut.).

PSG: Gensheimer (8 goals), Sagosen (4), Kounkoud (3), Toft Hansen (1), Remili (6), Abalo (1), L. Karabatic (2), Hansen (3), Ekdahl of the Rietz ( 1). Entr. : Gonzalez.

Flensburg: Hald Jensen, Glandorf, Svan, Wanne, Jeppsson, Joendal, Zachariassen, Johannessen, Lauge Schmidt, Entr. : Machulla.

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