Slovenia beat Serbia in first friendly match

Slovenia beat Serbia 36:32 (15:15) in their first friendly match just three days before the official start of the Men’s EHF EURO 2018. Matevz Skok (10 saves) and Blaz Janc (7) were the main forces in the winning team, while Petar Djordjic netted five goals for defeated team alongside goalkeeper Vladimir Cupara with 14 saves.SLOVENIA – SERBIA 36:32 (15:15)Murska SobotaSLOVENIA: Blagotinšek 5, Heningman 2, Marguč 5(2), Janc 8(1), Cingesar 3, Cehte, Medved 2, Zarabec, Bezjak 2, Grebenc 2, Žabić 1, Mačkovšek 2, Leban 1, SKok 10 saves, Lesjak 6 saves, Suholeznik 2, Mlakar 1SERBIAA: Sesum 2, Djukić, Nenadić 4, Radivojević 3, Marković 2, Djordjić 5, Stojković, Ilić N 4(1) Zelenović 3, Beljanski 2, Marsenić 2, Obradović, Vujin 3, Jovanović 2, Ivanišević 1 save, Cupara 14 savesRESULT: 2:2 (5.) 7:5 (10.) 7:7 (13.) 9:7 (18.) 9:10 (20.) t.a 12:13 (25.) 19:16 (35.) 21:20 (38.) 25:21 (43.) 30:23 (48.) 30:25 (50.) 31:26 (52.) ta 33:29 (56.) 35:31 (58.)Two teams will meet again on Wednesday in Velenje (18.00) ← Previous Story Prokop selects squad for title race at Men’s EHF EURO 2018 Next Story → Montenegro without first star Vuko Borozan at EHF EURO 2018

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