FC Porto is in the final of the Iberian Super Cup after a clear victory

The Dragons beat Granollers, Spanish runner-up, 46-30. They await the final result of the assembly between Barcelona and Sporting, additionally this Saturday.

FC Porto certified at the moment for the final of the first version of the Iberian Handball Super Cup, in Málaga, Spain, by beating Granollers 46-30, and awaits the winner of the different semi-final between Sporting and Barcelona.

The victory of the nationwide champion in opposition to the finalist who misplaced in the King’s Cup, with out some of his items, as a result of damage, was unopposed, as the imbalance proved after the preliminary quarter-hour, which allowed the dragons to succeed in the break to win by 25-14.

The sport had an preliminary interval of stability, till 6-6, when FC Porto made it simple by bettering their defensive efficiency, principally as a result of higher offensive effectivity, eradicating the Granollers’ likelihood to counterattack.

After taking the lead for the first time at 6-5, by Miguel Alves, FC Porto made it 4-0, strengthened by a seven-meter free kick saved by Sebastián Frandsen, which allowed him to increase the result in at 10 -6.

The Granollers went all the way down to 10-8, main the coach of the “dragons” to ask for a time-out, to heal the crew, and tied at 10-10, when Maguns Andersson’s indicators gave a partial 7-2, setting FC Porto to win by 17-12.

Effective in offensive actions, primarily based on defensive unity, which prevented Granollers from launching a quick assault, FC Porto steadily expanded the benefit, which at halftime was 11 objectives (25 -14), after 6-0.

In the second half, the “dragons” continued with the similar efficiency and effectiveness, and a new set of 6-2 took the rating of Polideportivo Ciudad Jardín to a snug benefit of 15 objectives in favor of the nationwide champion (31-16).

With a managed sport, in opposition to the overwhelmed finalist of the King’s Cup and Spanish runner-up, FC Porto took the alternative to rotate all its parts, already in bodily administration for Sunday’s final, and that posture provides one other two week objectives (46- 30)

The blue and white wings Diogo Branquinho, with eight objectives, and Miguel Alves, with six, are in the center in phrases of ending effectivity, with Pedro Cruz additionally with six objectives scored. Esteban Salinas scored seven for Granollers.

Game at Polideportivo Ciuda Jardín, in Malaga.

Granollers, Esp – FC Porto, Por, 30-46.

Half time: 14-25.

Under the refereeing of Yon Bustamante (Navarra) and Javier Alvarez Mata (Basque Country), the groups lined up with the following gamers:

– Granollers (30): Rangel Luan, Faruk Yusuf (1), David Roca (2), Esteban Salinas (7), António Garcia (5), Jan Gurri (4) and Adrià Martinez (2). Guillem Vega (1), Guilherme Torriani (1), Victor Romero (2), Josep Ernest Armengol (2), Gerard Domingo, Joan Amigo (1), Ferran Castillo (2) and Marc Guàrdia (gr) additionally performed.

Coach: Antonio Rama.

– FC Porto (46): Nikola Mitrevski, Miguel Alves (6), Jack Thurin, Daymaro Salina (3), Pedro Valdês (5), Nikolaj Laeso and Diogo Branquinho (8). Rui Silva (2), Victor Iturriza (4), Jakob Mikkelsen (1), Pedro Cruz (6), António Areia (4), Fábio Magalhães (2), Ignácio Jiménez (4), André Sousa (1) and Sebastian Frandsen (gr).

Coach: Magnus Andersson.

Attendance: about 600 spectators.


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