LNH Strong PSG three more teams on 100

← Previous Story BRUTAL: Rhein Neckar Lowen to play in Leipzig and Barcelona in 24 hours! Next Story → WELCOME BACK CL: Slawomir Szmal calls in “House of Szmal” Paris Saint Germain playing strong at the beginning of the season. The French champions celebrated second win in Round 2 of the domestic LidlStar Ligue by beating newcomers from Massy Essonne 33:17. In the main role, again, was Mikkel Hansen with nine goals from 11 shots.PSG : Omeyer (12 saves), Corrales (6 saves) ; Gensheimer (2/2), Mollgaard (0/1), Stepancic (0/3), Sagosen (4/7), Kounkoud (0/3), Damjanovic (2/3), Remili (4/8), Abalo (5/7), L. Karabatic (3/3), Hansen (9/11), Narcisse (1/2), N. Karabatic (1/3), Nahi (1/1).Massy : Bauer (5 saves), Bellahcene (6 saves) ; Sall (3/8), Laplace (2/6), Cramoisy (1/3), Pirani (1/3), Bungue (0/1), Walczak (1/2), Caron (1/3), Réault (2/3), Mollerup (2/6), Portet (0/1), Conta (1/2), Herceg (1/4), Lamy (2/10).Results of Round 2:Nantes 38 – 30 Cesson Rennes-MetropoleParis SG 33 – 17 Massy EssonneTremblay 27 – 28 DunkerqueIvry 21 – 28 AixNimes 24 – 28 MontpellierSaran 34 – 33 ToulouseSTANDINGS:1. Paris SG 2 2 0 0 63:39 42. Montpellier 2 2 0 0 57:42 43. Nantes 2 2 0 0 66:52 44. Saran 2 2 0 0 64:62 45. Dunkerque 2 1 1 0 51:50 36. Toulouse 2 1 0 1 59:59 27. Nimes 2 1 0 1 54:49 28. Aix 2 1 0 1 53:47 29. St. Raphael 1 0 1 0 23:23 110. Cesson Rennes-Metropole 2 0 0 2 59:68 011. Tremblay 2 0 0 2 48:58 012. Chambery Savoie 1 0 0 1 18:29 013. Ivry 2 0 0 2 43:58 014. Massy Essonne 2 0 0 2 39:61 0 read more