No “Miracle of Berlin”: Cadets Schaffhausen say goodbye to Europe

No “Miracle of Berlin”: Cadets Schaffhausen say goodbye to Europe

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The Füchse Berlin are a size too big for the Cadets Schaffhausen. (archive image)

Admittedly, the Cadets would have needed a miracle to overcome the four-goal deficit from the first leg against the defending champions and, as last year, advance to the last eight teams in the second-highest European Cup competition. But the sensation is not there: the 28:32 of a week ago in Schaffhausen was followed by a 28:34 against the leader of the Bundesliga.

In the Fuchsbau, home of the Foxes Berlin, there is never a surprise in the air. The home team, led by the Danish world handball player Mathias Gidsel, is superior in every respect and is already ahead 7:2 after ten minutes. At halftime it is 6:11 PM for the Füchse, who had already ended the European Cup adventure of the cadets twelve months earlier.

The residents of Schaffhausen don’t have much time to catch their breath. The NLA play-off qualifying winners will play their second quarter-final against Wacker Thun on Friday. The first match of the best-of-5 series ended with a confident 34:24 home win for the Cadets. (SDA)

Source : Blick

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