ROUND REVIEW: Three teams are already in Round 3 of the Men's Challenge Cup, while two more are very close to following them.
Three teams already in the next round
Three teams have already made the cut to Round 3 of the Men's Challenge Cup after this weekend.
In fact, one team was already sure to proceed before the games even started, as Montenegrin RK Mojkovac 2005 had won without playing against Tasova Yibo SC from Turkey. This gave Mojkova and overall 20:0 win.
The Serbian hosts won the first match 43:21, which meant that they could take things a bit easier in the second match which they won 29:24.
On home ground in Luxembourg, Handball Kaerjeng won 32:30 against European debutants HC Shakhtar-SHWSM.
In the second match, however, Kaerjeng left no doubt but won as clearly as 37:28 and booked the ticket to the next round.
That ticket is virtually in the pocket of RK Konjuh Zivinice already.
The Bosnian team won the first leg at home against Proodeftikos Paphos as big as 39:15, leaving the return match in Cyprus Saturday to looking like a formality.
Scoring no less than 14 goals, Bosnian centre back Senjin Kratovic did his best to bring the Luxembourg team as close to the next round as possible.
Dynamo-Victor also stand with a great chance to reach the next round.
On away ground in Lithuania, the Russian team from Stavropol won the first leg against VHC Sviesa Vilnius 25:24.
TEXT: EHF / br
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