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sports roundup The latest from domestic football and women's handball

In the Champions League in women's handball, CSM Bucharest are at top of the table in group A, after five games played. With eight points on their record sheet, CSM Bucharest are followed by Vipers Kristiansand of Norway and Russia's Rostov-Don, with 7 points of four games. On Sunday, CSM Bucharest, grabbed a precious 32-to-22 away win against German side Bietigheim. Having sustained an injury, Cristina Neagu was not on the pitch for CSM's game against Bietigheim. CSM Bucharest's top scorers were Slovenian Elizabeth Omoregie and the Spaniard Carmen Martin, who scored 7 goals each. Scheduled on November 7, CSM Bucharest's next fixture is the match against Slovenia's Krim Mercator.

Three of SCM Ramnicu Valcea's handballers as well as a member of the staff have tested positive for COVID-19, so this past Sunday's match pitting SCM against Borussia Dortmund was postponed. We recall that SCM Ramnicu Valcea's game against Podravka Korpivnica scheduled on October 11 was also postponed.

Matches counting towards League One's 8th round in football have been played at the weekend. On Friday, guest team FC Botosani grabbed a 2-1 win against Gaz Metan Medias, while the round's surprise was provided by Academica Clinceni winning the away game against Universitatea Craiova, 1-nil. On Saturday, UTA Arad won the game against Chindia Târgovişte, 1-nil. In Giurgiu, the local side Astra grabbed a 4-nil home win against Politehnica Iaşi, while in Sfântu Gheorghe, Sepsi defeated Dinamo Bucharest, 2-nil. On Sunday in Ovidiu, Viitorul Constanţa were held by FC Argeş to a 2-all draw. CFR Cluj grabbed a 1-nil away win against Football Club Voluntari. Universitatea Craiova are the leader in the standings, with 21 points. They are followed by CFR Cluj, with 18.
Publicat: 2020-10-26 13:45:00
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