Handball / Proligue (5th day). Dijon MH got scared before beating Strasbourg

Dijon MH – Strasbourg


There was a weird feeling after the Dijon success this Friday. That of a match that Ulrich Chaduteaud’s players have rather mastered, limiting Strasbourg to 20 goals, but which they almost lost, the fault of a significant waste shooting and a few moments of floating paid cash. “We play a bad match, and in this case, it’s still a quality of knowing how to win,” said coach Ulrich Chaduteaud without concession. “We only take 20 goals, but we don’t get paid behind. It’s called a warning. “

Fortunately for the DMH, he can count on the efficiency of Wassim Helal when the outcome approaches, and that it is necessary to get into the heads of the opposing shooters (13 saves in the end). The Guardian…

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