Gyroi defend women’s European handball Champions League title
Hungarian handball team Gyori did etc home soil in Budapest and acquired the Women’s Champions League name on Sunday to get a second-year in AROW.
Within the first staging of the final four structure (semi-finals and final performed at same location over a weekend) within the background of the women’s opposition Gyori were facing 2012 champions Buducnost from Montenegro.
The cases were quick to manage the ultimate and not relinquished the guide because they continued to enjoy a 27-21 victory.
It capped off a sensational period for Gyori, who not just went undefeated the whole strategy however they also became just the next group within the 21-year-background within the event to effectively defend their name.
Euronews reporter Chris Kristóf said and was in the László Papp Budapest Sports Arena in Budapest for that final stages of the event: ‘‘For both days of the ultimate four 10,000 fans resulted in to look at the teams.
‘‘Based about the successful introduction of the structure, coordinators are actually considering keeping it in Budapest for that next few years.’‘