Győri Audi ETO KC secured its third consecutive Women’s EHF Champions League title with a 25-24 win against Rostov-Don in the final yesterday in Papp László Arena, Budapest.
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With this victory, Győr collected its fifth Champions League trophy in the last seven years and surpassed Hypo Niederösterreich as the most successful team in EHF Champions League history.
photo: Balázs Czagány/MTI
Less than a minute before the end of the match, Rostov regained possession and had a chance to equalize. However, Győr’s Norwegian goalkeeper, Kari Grimsbø, prevented extra time with a last-second save and the match ended with a one-goal win over Rostov. Grimsbø was selected MVP of the Championship.
Norwegian club Vipers Kristiansand finished third, while French Metz came in fourth.
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