Super Amara Bera Bera does not go back to Ramnicu Valcea and is out of Europe (27-29)

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The Donostiarras enjoyed a five-goal lead during two moments of the match, but the Romanians managed to overcome those moments and ended up taking the second leg as well.

The Super Amara Bera Bera lost the second leg against Râmnicu Vâlcea and although at some point he was close to equalizing the 6 goals against in the first leg, he lacked success at the end of the match and is out of the group stage of the European League.

The match was a carbon copy of the start of the first leg 7 days ago, at fallow fallow everything came out, put a 3-0 partial the Romanians and was so confident that in defense he minimized the visiting star, the Ukrainian Glibko, that I could not see a door.

The Basques needed a lot of goals and in a sustained way, but in the first half the Central Europeans kept up the pace and, although they were always behind, they had the Bera Bera license plate in sight almost until half-time.

Valcea, for this, exceeded the use of force in defense, which led to four exclusions at 15 minutes to give wings to the players of Imanol Alvarez, who did not go 5 up to the break for the goal on the horn of Valcea.

The seven from San Sebastian failed to put the tie in their favor at least temporarily, 16-11 was the closest moment. The Romanian team reduced the differences to a goal in the blink of an eye (16-15) and again it was time to row again, although with little time for the comeback.

Imanol Alvarez opted for individual defense, playing with an empty goal and seven players in attack, with the international Maitane Etxeberria wreaking havoc, but the Romanian team endured the downpour and penalized each failure in superiority to resolve the tie in their favor with the help of several very outstanding interventions by their goalkeeper Daciana Hosu.


27- Super Amara Bera Bera: Alice Fernándes, Gil (2), Boada, Cavo (3), Polonio (1), Oliveira Fernandes (1), Etxeberria (8), Arrojeria (3), Menéndez (1), O´Mullony, Cesáreo (1), Ugartemendia, Hernández (4, 3 pen.), Loidi (3 pen.), Moreno and Bautista.

29 – Ramnicu Valcea: Hosu, Roch (1), Glibko (1 de pen.), Klikovac (9), Bucur (2), Florica (1), Batinovic, Liscevic (1), Mireya González (2), Florica (2), Elghaoui 1), Gorshenina (4), Levchenko, Dache (3), Lupei, Dascalete, Nikolic (2 de pen.)

Referees: Malgorzata Lidacka and Urszula Lesiak (Poland). They excluded Alba Menéndez, Cavo, Cesáreo, Polonia, Dache, Florica, Lupei, Gorshenina, Klikovac, Mireya González.

Scoreboard, goal by goal:

Part 1: 1-0, 2-0, 3-0, 3-1, 3-2, 4-2, 4-3, 5-3, 5-4, 6-4, 7-4, 7-5, 8-5, 9-5, 9-6, 10-6, 10-7, 10-8, 11-8, 11-9, 12-9, 13-9, 14-9, 14-10.

Part 2: 14-11, 15-11, 16-11, 16-12, 16-13, 16-14, 16-15, 17-15, 18-15, 18-16, 19-16, 19-17, 20-17, 21-17, 21-18, 22-18, 22-19, 22-20, 23-20, 23-21, 24-21, 24-22, 24-23, 25-23, 25-24, 25-25, 25-26, 26-26, 26-27, 27-27, 27-28, 27-29.

Incidents: 2nd leg of the Q3 tie that qualifies for the group stage of the European League. 1,200 fans at the José Antonio Gasca sports center

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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