Blaz Janc’s ‘magic’ deactivates in Granollers
The Slovenian ‘wild card’ marveled within the first half as a central defender as Cindric and Makuc weren’t out there (23-12)
The azulgranas lowered the piston within the second half towards a rival who took the chance to vindicate themselves (37-26)
Barça repeated victory towards Fraikin Granollers (37-26) within the match that opened the Asobal League this Saturday on the Palau in a confrontation between the 2 finalists of the Copa del Rey and the 2 first-placed league groups final 12 months.
(23+14): Pérez de Vargas (p), Blaz Janc (4), Luis Frade (4), Dika Mem (4, 1p), Timothy N’Guessan (2), Aleix Gomez (6, 1p). , Hampus Wanne (5, 1p.) -seven starters-, Jonathan Carlsbogard (2), Thiagus Petrus (2), Melvyn Richardson (7, p.), Aitor Arino, Haniel Langaro and Pablo Urdangarin (1). . . . .
FRAIKIN GRANOLLERS, 26
(12+14): Rangel Luan (p.), Oriol Rey (2), Esteban Salinas (4), Joan Amigó (1), Faruk Yusuf (5), Sergi Franco (2), Adrià Martínez (3) -seven starting-, Marc Guàrdia (ps), Pol Valera (5), Jan Gurri (2), Guilherme Torriani (2), Víctor de Sande, Víctor Romero, Gerard Domingo and Ferran Castillo.
Andreu Marín and García Serradilla (Catalans). They excluded Timothey N’Guessan (18:07) and Pablo Urdangarin (55:23), from Barça, for 2 minutes; and Joan Amigó (11:30 and 49:02), Guilherme Torriani (32:42) and Esteban Salinas (45:04), from Fraikin Granollers.
MARKER EVERY FIVE MINUTES
3-4, 9-6, 11-7, 15-8, 19-11, 23-12 (relaxation), 25-15, 27-20, 29-21, 32-24, 36-25 and 37-26 (closing).
Match comparable to the primary day of the Asobal Handball League performed on the Palau Blaugrana (Barcelona).
After a nice first half with a masterful Blaz Jancthe azulgranas let themselves go a bit within the second with out forgetting the outstanding work of a visiting staff that rediscovered the sport and the nerve that led them to finish an impressive final season.
Each groups had already confronted one another 5 days in the past in a closing of the Supercopa de Catalunya that had had a really clear azulgrana shade (44-30) in a wonderful recreation by Ludovic Fàbregas in his final season at Barça earlier than becoming a member of Veszprém.
With out the ‘headdress’ Luka Cindric or a Domen Makuc who had simply been discharged after overcoming a sprained ankle, Carlos Ortega appealed to his ‘wild card’ Blaz Janc to behave as central and the Slovenian responded with a masterful first half.
The previous Kielce participant knew easy methods to at all times sustain with the rhythm of the sport, masterfully deciphering what to do at every second and alternating adjustments of tempo, assists and even two objectives in a brand new signal that he’s on the degree of the best. Big success of Carlos Ortega, who from the start understood that Janc can do greater than act alone in his pure place on the far proper.
As occurred on Monday in Martorell, a Granollers with out the injured Antonio García and David Roca despatched for a objective in minute 5 (4-5) simply earlier than a 4-0 run with two objectives from a outstanding Hampus Wanne that put the sport already very uphill for the guests (8-5, min. 9).
Antonio Rama stopped the match after 13 minutes with 11-6 within the electronics to arrange a seven-on-six assault, however Barça’s voracity was not satiated and 4 objectives from Aleix Gómez contributed to a new favorable partial that positioned a transparent 19-9 (min. 23).
Esteban Salinas took benefit of assists from Pol Valera to shut the hole, however Barça returned with excellent minutes from Melvyn Richardson and a sensational objective by Wanne on the counter throwing within the feint in an motion of pure expertise. On the break, 23-12 and little else so as to add.
Antonio Rama did his homework at half-time and obtained his gamers to return out with a unique air. Firmer in protection and extra intense than a Barça that was gradual to start out, the guests took benefit of Torriani’s effusiveness and two objectives in a row from Nigerian expertise Faruk Yusuf (on mortgage from Veszprém) to get nearer (27-19) and drive Carlos Ortega to cease the sport within the thirty ninth minute.
The visiting objective went from not stopping a single shot within the first half to Rangel Luan linking up a very good collection of saves, what led at 28-21 at 44‘ which was starting to be disturbing, though Barça had already made a few good defenses.
The Balkan Blaz Janc broke these doubts with an excellent penetrating objective and from there the match entered right into a dynamic of slight superiority for a neighborhood staff that ended up tying the partial of the second half with a closing objective towards the Slovenian (14-14) in a Catalan duel that ended 37-26.