PSG Handball literally crushed (42-20) its runner-up, Limoges, during the 7th day of Lidl Starligue. This victory allows him to be three points ahead of his opponent of the day.
The two best teams of the start of the Lidl Starligue season faced each other this Saturday afternoon. Paris Saint-Germain, undefeated leader, welcomed their runner-up, Limoges, to Stade Pierre de Coubertin. A match which, because of the meetings postponed from this weekend, was the only one of the 7th day to take place. The promoted, hitter of HBC Nantes (32-31) last week, began to dream of a new feat! Unfortunately for LH Handball, his hopes quickly faltered. After having equalized at 1-1 in the first minutes, the Limougeauds took to the water.
Led 4-2, they conceded a terrible streak of five in a row. Tarik Hayatoune’s men were not helped by their numerous losses of balls. In addition, Vincent Gérard made a first act of quality in the Parisian cage, with six saves on fourteen shots conceded (43%). Half-time was called at 20-8 and the second act started on the same basis as the previous one. Vincent Gérard, author of eleven saves on 30 conceded shots, was a successful entry and Elohim Prandi, already scorer of six goals in the first act, distinguished himself by shaking the nets on numerous occasions. The former Nîmes excelled. With a total of thirteen goals, the left-back smashed his personal best goals in a Premier League game, which was ten units so far.
The roller-compressor mode started by the Parisians never slackened in this meeting. The players of the club of the capital have looked after the statistics, they are seven to have scored three goals or more. This is the case Luka Karabatic, Sadou Ntanzi or Ferran Sole, all scorers four times. Paris never trembled and imposed itself as a real boss (42-20). For the second time in six matches this season, PSG have scored more than 40 goals (41-35 against Toulouse). This humiliation allows him to be alone at the top of the Lidl Starligue standings, with twelve points, a record of six victories in as many outings.
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