Six SEHA Gazprom League’s selections are a part of EURO which is from 15th to 31st of January taking place in Poland. By six selections SEHA can also be proud of its 35 players and one coach which puts it right behind German Bundesliga which has 63 players and ahead of French League which has 34…
After the first round, four teams from six are still in race for the crown with Serbia and Montenegro leaving Poland.
Croatia is doing best securing second place in group B in Katowice beating Belarus (27:21) and Iceland (37:28) but losing to Norway (31:34) meaning that they will take 2 points to group in Krakow.
Belarus will go to the same group but will not take any points away from Katowice after losing to Croatia (21:27) and beating Iceland (39:37) in a record match of EURO’s history considering number of goals but also losing to Norway (27:29). They are third in group B.
Another team which will travel to Krakow without a point is Macedonia. They are third in group A cathing the last train to Krakow with Dejan Manaskov’ buzzer-beater to tie the match against Serbia (27:27) after losing against France (23:30) and Poland (23:24).
Hungary is traveling to Wroclaw without points as third from group D played in Gdansk. They were there better than Montenegro (32:27) losing to Denmark (22:30) and Russia (26:27).
Serbia is out of the competition winning only a point in group C in Wroclaw. Behind them is a draw against Macedonia (27:27) along with losses to France (26:26) and Poland (28:29).
Montenegro is also going home with three losses in group D in Gdansk - against Denmark (28:30), Hungary (27:32) and Russia (21:28).
Best SEHA scorer in Poland so far is Meshkov’ left-hander Siarhei Shylovich with 18 goals in 3 matches and the best goalkeeper is Veszprem’ Roland Mikler with 24 saves in 3 matches.
SEHA IN POLAND
Siarhei Shylovich Meshkov Belarus 18 goals
Dejan Manaskov Vardar Macedonia 16 goals
Sergei Gorbok Vardar Russia 13 goals
Timur Dibirov Vardar Russia 13 goals
Aron Palmarsson Veszprem Iceland 12 goals
Maksim Baranau Meshkov Belarus 11 goals
Zlatko Horvat PPD Zagreb Croatia 9 goals
Gergo Ivanscik Veszprem Hungary 9 goals
Laszlo Nagy Veszprem Hungary 7 goals
Ivan Slišković Veszprem Croatia 8 goals
Jorge Maqueda Vardar Spain 8 goals
Stojanče Stoilov Vardar Macedonia 6 goals
Gašper Marguč Veszprem Slovenia 6 goals
Andrey Yurynok Meshkov Belarus 6 goals
Pavel Atman Meshkov Russia 6 goals
Maxim Babichev Meshkov Belarus 5 goals
Andreas Nilsson Veszprem Sweden 5 goals
Daniil Shishkarev Vardar Russia 4 goals
Mijajlo Marsenić Vardar Serbia 4 goals
Igor Karačić Vardar Croatia 3 goals
Luka Šebetić PPD Zagreb Croatia 3 goals
Dzmitry Nikulenkau Meshkov Belarus 3 goals
Luka Cindrić Vardar Croatia 2 goals
Filip Lazarov Vardar Macedonia 2 goals
Cristian Ugalde Veszprem Spain 2 goals
Miloš Orbović Vojvodina Serbia 1 goal
Timuszin Schuch Veszprem Hungary 1 goal
Alex Dujshebaev Vardar Spain 1 goal
Ilija Abutović Vardar Serbia -
Antonio Kovačević PPD Zagreb Croatia -
Velko Markoski PPD Zagreb Macedonia -
Roland Mikler Veszprem Hungary 24 saves
Mirko Alilović Veszprem Croatia 20 saves
Ivan Stevanović PPD Zagreb Croatia 14 saves
Arpad Šterbik Vardar Spain 13 saves
Veselin Vujović PPD Zagreb Slovenia coach
REMARK: EURO in Poland is over for players that are in bold.