PSG qualifies for the Champions League Final Four
After the success in the first leg (31-27), PSG Handball did not tremble on Wednesday in the return quarter-final of the Champions League, against the Germans in Kiel (32-29).
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Parisian handball shines on the Old Continent. For the sixth time in its history, PSG Handball qualified for the semi-finals of the Champions League on Wednesday 17 May, dominating the Germans in Kiel in front of their own crowd (32-29), partly made up of ultras from the club’s football section . Winners in the first leg (31-27), the club from the capital raced to the front throughout the second leg of the quarter-finals and put on a promising show for the rest of the competition.
Elohim Prandi’s teammates take revenge on the same German club, a year after their elimination in the quarter-finals. The Parisians meet at the Final Four, scheduled for 17 and 18 June in Cologne (Germany), where they will try to win the first Champions League in their history.