Summary: Vipers enjoy turnaround win; Ikast fall short

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The EHF Champions League Women sets course towards the EHF FINAL4 2024 in Budapest this weekend with the start of the knockout phase. On Saturday, Brest and CSM took important first-leg victories, while reigning champions Vipers joined them on Sunday, along with Bietigheim.

The goal was to do everything we can do. I think we proved that we are good enough for the play-offs as well. We had a chance to win, but we made too many mistakes, and maybe we were too tired at the and to pull off another feat. I hope we can play a similar match in Norway.
Zoltán Szilágyi
Head coach, DVSC Schaeffler
We knew that DVSC Schaeffler are a good team with confidence, they are especially good at one on one. We had to fight until the end to win that match. I think we have to play better at home to reach the quarter-finals.
Lois Abbingh
Centre back, Vipers Kristiansand
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It was a good fight for 60 minutes. We opened the game good but we saw the team of Krim fight all 60 minutes and somehow they put us in trouble. They showed some good individual skill, but we should prepare more in Bucharest that they show more team spirit and play longer attacks.
Elizabeth Omoregie
Centre back, CSM Bucuresti
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We were not good enough in the start and also the start of the second half, we missed some per cent of our total abilities and we must find these small situations to be better in the next game next week. There’s some individual things when we play against certain players, but also our attack needs to be faster. Every time we play fast and play with good rhythm we make good chances, so we must try to get this in a higher level in 60 minutes.
Allan Heine
Head coach, FTC Rail-Cargo Hungaria

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