The handball players of Magdeburg and Füchse Berlin reached the final of the EHF Europa League final in Mannheim.
Magdeburg defeated Poland’s Mosla Plock (Mosla Plock) 30:29 (13:15) in the first semi-final. In the second semi-final, the Berlin Symphony Orchestra won 35: 32 (19:16) defeated Rhein-Neckar Löwen.
The Berlin team was led by Lasse Andersson to a victory with 11 goals, while Fabian Wiede and Jacob Holm both scored 6 goals. Croatian handball player Jakov Gojun scored three goals for the winning team, while Marko Kopljar scored a goal.
For Rhein-Neckar Löwen, the most efficient were Jerry Tollbring’s 7 goals and Lukas Nilsson’s 6 goals.
Magdeburg also defeated Wisla Plock (Wisla Plock) to enter the final.
Magdeburg, who has won the Champions League and the Cup Winners’ Cup, was led by Michael Damgaard and Omar Magnusson respectively, scoring 6 goals, and Croatian handball player Željko Musa scored a goal.
In Wisla, the most efficient are Zoltan Szita and Przemyslaw Krajewski, each with 7 goals. Lovro Mihić scored a goal and Leon Šušnja was not among the scorers.
The final is scheduled to be held on Sunday.