Lampe MVP jornada 7 Lliga Endesa


FC Barcelona 76-57 Valencia Basket

Endesa League (Round 7) Sunday November 16

FC Barcelona (19+22+13+22): Doellman (7), Hezonja (2), Navarro (3), Satoransky (8), Tomic (1) –starting five-, Huertas (2), Abrines (6), Pleiss (3), Thomas (5), Oleson (10), Lampe (20), Nachbar (9).

Valencia Basket (17+8+15+17): Van Rossom (10), Sato (3), Lishchuk (12), Rafa Martínez (2), Aguilar (-) –starting five-, Ribas (14), Lucic (-), Dubljevic (2), Vives (4), Loncar (10), Harangody (-).

Barça’s basketball team capped a terrific weekend, which started with a win at home to multiple European champions Panathinaikos on Friday, by getting an impressive league victory against Valencia Basket, one of the leading pack of teams. The wins puts them 6-1 in the championship to maintain the pressure on leaders Real Madrid. Some great defence and a big break in the second period put the home side on course for a surprisingly comfortable win. Maciej Lampe, with 20 points, 11 rebounds and an evaluation of 31 led the Barça charge.


SG Flensburg-Handewitt 33-37 FC Barcelona

Champions League (Group B, Round 5) Saturday November 15

Flensburg: Anderson; Eggert (6, 3p), Mogensen (5), Svan (3), Glandorf (11), Heinl (2), Nenadic (1) -starting seven-, Karlsson, Zachariassen, Kaufmann (5).

FC Barcelona: Saric; Sorhaindo (1), Morros (1), Karabatic (7), Entrerríos, Tomás (7), Sigurdson (2) -starting seven-, Nodesbo (3), Lazarov (10, 1p), Sarmiento (6), Ariño & Rutenka.

In a marvellous performance, Barça beat the defending European champions, Flensburg, the side that knocked them out of the competition at the semi-final stage last season. Lazarov, with ten goals, was the star of a game that sets the Catalans up very nicely for a place in the next round.

Neither side was able to make any kind of break in the first half, which ended 16-16, and things were still right going into the final stages of the game, when a 4-1 streak for Barça finally put some space between the two teams at 25-29. From then on it was a case of maintaining that four-point cushion, which particularly meant containing Kaufmann, who led the German attack in the final moments. But Barça kept their nerve and the win keeps them joint top of the group along with KIF Kolding of Denmark.


FC Barcelona 7-3 Uruguay Tenerife

Division de Honor (Round 10) Saturday November 15

FC Barcelona: Cristian, Lozano, Aicardo, Batería, Wilde –starting five–, Saad, Usín, Lin, Ari, Dyego, Ferrao.

Uruguay Tenerife: Iago Barro, Murga, Javi Rodríguez, Ayose, Corvo –starting five–, Jacinto, Pablo, Luis Jara, Cancio.

Goals: 1-0, Lozano (min 5); 1-1, Corvo (min 5); 2-1, Batería (min 14); 2-2, Pablo (min 14); 2-3, Murga (min 17); 3-3, Dyego (min 20); 4-3, Wilde (min 30); 5-3, Wilde (min 31); 6-3, Lozano (min 35); 7-3, Lozano (min 37)

Barça needed a win to boost their morale ahead of the UEFA Elite Round, which starts on Wednesday at the Palau Blaugrana. And they got what they wanted to keep up the pressure on OK Liga leaders Inter Movistar with a win against top flight debutants Uruguay Tenerife. But although the final score suggests it was an easy ride, it was nothing but.

The visitors, 12th in the table, took a surprise 3-2 lead after 17 minutes, and the two teams were deadlocked at 3-3 at half time. The second half, however, saw a much sharper performance from the Catalans, who scored four goals to no reply with Lozano completing a hat-trick.

Roller Hockey

Monbus Igualada HC 3-5 FC Barcelona

OK League (Round 9) Saturday November 15

Igualada HC: Deiteg, Bailiu, Molas, Pla, López- cinc inicial-, Oller, Muntané, Carol i Peralta

FC Barcelona: Sergi, Panadero, Gual, Pascual, Álvarez- cinc inicial- Egurrola, Reinaldo, Torra, Marín i Barroso.

Goals: 1-0, Molas (min.13); 2-0, Molas (min.22); 2-1, Pablo Álvarez (min.28); 2-2, Matías Pascual (min.30); 3-2, Sergi Pla, pen. (min.36); 3-3, Gual (min.38); 3-4, Pablo Álvarez (min34.); 3-5, Panadero (min.50).

FC Barcelona have maintained their perfect record in the OK Liga with a prestigious win away to one of the other main contenders for the title, Igualada. The home side went ahead three times, but on each occasions Barça found an equaliser, and late scores from Pablo Alvarez and Panadero eventually secured a dramatic win to keep Barça top of the domestic table.

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