← Previous Story Polish derby: Can Wisla break Kielce’s series 6:0? Next Story → Barca with 100.000 followers on Twitter! afgourbojinovicDunkerquegunnarssonhansennagyparisParis handballparis hc France’s 2nd ranked team hosted the 1st one, but it was a game without any uncertainty about the winner. Paris HC took the lead in the match early and kept it until half time, when it was three goals, 19-16. In the second half, Paris continued their dominance, and with Hansen‘s and Bojinovic‘s 6 goals, and Gunnarsson‘s 5, won in the end with 36-30 to extend their lead in the LNH. Dunkerque’s top scorers were Afgour with 6 goals, while Kornel Nagy and Espen Lie Hansen scored 5 goals each.

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