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    21:23

    Mid-term conclusion:
    SC Magdeburg is 10:18 behind at the break of the EHF Champions League group game against Paris Saint-Germain HB. In a sluggish early phase, the French managed the first two-goal difference in the fifth minute. The Sachsen-Anhalters allowed themselves a few easy ball losses, worked too few shots from good positions and often failed to ex-teammate Green, while the guest scored fairly reliably. After a quarter of an hour he was already ahead with four goals. After Wiegert’s time out, the Bundesliga side became more courageous in attacking position at times, as requested by the coach, but had no means against the physically robust González selection in their own circle and conceded a number of counterattacks, which increased the deficit to eight goals (28th). See you soon!

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    21:22

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 10:18 by Kamil Syprzak

    PSG scored their 18th goal three seconds before the break siren sounded.

    30

    21:21

    At 19 seconds on the clock, Raúl González takes his first time out.

    29

    21:20

    Omar Ingi Magnusson

    Goal for SC Magdeburg, 10:17 by Ómar Ingi Magnússon

    … from the mark the Icelander nets with a touchdown in the left corner.

    29

    21:20

    Kristjánsson takes out a seven meter throw…

    29

    21:18

    Mathieu Grebille

    2 minutes for Mathieu Grébille (Paris Saint-Germain)

    Grébille’s nudge against Damgaard ensures a tie on the plate.

    28

    21:17

    Dainis Krištopāns

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 9:17 by Dainis Krištopāns

    28

    21:17

    Christian O'Sullivan

    2 minutes for Christian O’Sullivan (SC Magdeburg)

    The Norwegian hangs on Smits for too long and is the first Magdeburger to get a time penalty.

    27

    21:16

    Luc Steins

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 9:16 by Luc Steins

    27

    21:16

    Michael Damgaard

    Goal for SC Magdeburg, 9:15 by Michael Damgaard

    Damgaard breaks through to the left half and chases the ball into the low left corner.

    27

    21:15

    The seven-goal deficit prompts Bennet Wiegert to score the second before the break team timeout gain weight.

    27

    21:14

    Yoann Gibelin

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 8:15 by Yoann Gibelin

    25

    21:13

    Ferran Sole

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 8:14 by Ferran Solé

    Solé restores the old distance with a counterattack.

    24

    21:12

    Omar Ingi Magnusson

    Goal for SC Magdeburg, 8:13 by Ómar Ingi Magnússon

    … Magnússon cheated once against his ex-colleagues Green and thundered the ball into the left corner.

    24

    21:11

    Bezjak forces the first seven-meter throw…

    23

    21:10

    Jensen clenches his fist! Magdeburg’s goalkeeper deflects a counter-attack by Solés with his right hand over the box.

    22

    21:10

    So far, PSG has prevented the German champions from even beginning to roll.

    22

    21:09

    Mathieu Grebille

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 7:13 by Mathieu Grébille

    22

    21:09

    Philip Weber

    Goal for SC Magdeburg, 7:12 by Philipp Weber

    21

    21:09

    Ferran Sole

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 6:12 by Ferran Solé

    21

    21:08

    Green stops Magnússon’s throw from the inside eight yards with his left hand.

    21

    21:07

    Ferran Sole

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 6:11 by Ferran Solé

    Solé scores again from the right flank, here against Jensen, who has now replaced Portner in the home goal.

    20

    21:07

    Because of the time game, the Sachsen-Anhalter give the ball away.

    19

    21:06

    Pettersson’s shot from a tight angle from the right wing is parried by Green with his left foot. The rebound ends up with the home side.

    18

    21:04

    Ferran Sole

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 6:10 by Ferran Solé

    17

    21:04

    Philip Weber

    Goal for SC Magdeburg, 6:9 by Philipp Weber

    17

    21:03

    Kamil Syprzak

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 5: 9 by Kamil Syprzak

    Syprzak is the addressee of a fine allusion by Krištopāns on the half-right circle. He places the ball safely in the near corner.

    15

    21:02

    Omar Ingi Magnusson

    Goal for SC Magdeburg, 5:8 by Ómar Ingi Magnússon

    15

    21:01

    Bennet Wiegert takes the first time out.

    15

    21:00

    Dainis Krištopāns

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 4: 8 by Dainis Krištopāns

    The Latvian gets too little pressure in the right backcourt. His jump shot finds its way into the half-height left corner.

    14

    20:59

    Matthew Musche

    Goal for SC Magdeburg, 4:7 by Matthias Musche

    A great transfer Magnússon converts left winger Musche with a shot into the far corner.

    14

    20:59

    Elohim Prandi

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 3: 7 by Elohim Prandi

    Paris leads by four! Prandi nets from half-right seven meters into the flat left corner.

    13.

    20:58

    Henrik Toft Hansen

    2 minutes for Henrik Toft Hansen (Paris Saint-Germain)

    The Dane says goodbye to the bench for 120 seconds after a shot against Kristjánsson.

    12.

    20:56

    Kamil Syprzak

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 3: 6 by Kamil Syprzak

    The Pole overcomes Portner from the half-left circle with a throw into the right angle.

    11.

    20:56

    Musche only hits the crossbar from the left flank.

    10

    20:55

    Elohim Prandi

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 3: 5 by Elohim Prandi

    When time is threatened, Prandi skips the middle block and places the ball in the flat left corner.

    9.

    20:54

    Elohim Prandi

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 3: 4 by Elohim Prandi

    8th.

    20:53

    Gisli Kristjansson

    Goal for SC Magdeburg, 3:3 by Gisli Kristjánsson

    As a result of a parade by Portner, the green-red are quickly ahead and equalize through the young Icelander.

    8th.

    20:53

    The Bundesliga club allows themselves many inaccuracies in the first few minutes and misses a positive start against an opponent who is by no means overpowering.

    8th.

    20:52

    Omar Ingi Magnusson

    Ómar Ingi Magnússon (SC Magdeburg) is shown a yellow card.

    7.

    20:52

    Philip Weber

    Goal for SC Magdeburg, 2:3 by Philipp Weber

    Weber takes off in the left back area and thunders the ball into the left corner with a touchdown.

    5.

    20:50

    Dainis Krištopāns

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 1: 3 by Dainis Krištopāns

    The Latvian doubles the lead with a humorless long-range hit.

    5.

    20:50

    Magnússon also finds his master in Green from a half-right six yards.

    4.

    20:48

    Ferran Sole

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 1-2 by Ferran Solé

    After Green’s save against Magnússon, Solé successfully completes the first counterattack of the evening.

    3.

    20:48

    Luka Karabatic

    Goal for Paris Saint-Germain, 1-1 by Luka Karabatić

    The French come across the circle to their premiere goal.

    3.

    20:47

    Christian O'Sullivan

    Goal for SC Magdeburg, 1-0 by Christian O’Sullivan

    The Norwegian makes a breakthrough on the half left. He fires the ball from six yards into the far corner.

    1.

    20:46

    Bennet Wiegert offensively sent Musche, Weber, Kristjánsson Magnússon, Pettersson and Saugstrup into the race. Portner guards the home box.

    1.

    20:46

    Kamil Syprzak

    Kamil Syprzak (Paris Saint-Germain) is shown a yellow card.

    1.

    20:45

    Magdeburg versus Paris – the first half in the GETEC Arena is on!

    20:41

    The competition anthem sounds.

    20:38

    The entrance ceremony has just begun.

    20:26

    The Slovenians Bojan Lah and David Sok were assigned to referee this game. The EHF delegate is Dragan Nachevski from North Macedonia.

    20:23

    Paris Saint-Germain HB, which failed in the quarter-finals at THW Kiel last season, is also one of the favorites this year. From the Rouge-et-Bleus’ point of view, however, the first few weeks were bumpy. On the international stage, they responded to the 34:36 away bankruptcy at the start at Telekom Veszprém HC with a 37:33 home win against Orlen Wisła Płock. In the national elite class, however, they were clearly defeated by 27:35 and lost for the first time since April 2021.

    20:12

    After 17 years of abstinence, SC Magdeburg finds its way in the EHF Champions League straight away, as it already has four points to show for after the first two matches. As a result of the hard-fought 30:28 opening win at CS Dinamo Bucharest, the Green-Reds managed a safe victory in their home premiere against RK Zagreb with a 35:25. In the Handball Bundesliga, too, Saxony-Anhalt’s record is still flawless after five match days; on Sunday, GWD Minden was sent home with a 39:25 pack.

    20:01

    Hello and welcome to the EHF Champions League on Wednesday evening! SC Magdeburg challenges Paris Saint-Germain HB on matchday 3 of Group A. The German champion and the French title holder will face each other in the GETEC Arena from 8:45 p.m.

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