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Víctor Tomás played a key role in attack | VÍCTOR SALGADO - FCB

FC Barcelona Lassa remain unbeaten in Europe. Having won three in a row they made it four from four against Kadetten Schaffhausen of Switzerland with a clear 38-25 victory. Xavi Pascual's team played excellently and dominated throughout.

The Catalans started the match strongly and once ahead they never let the lead slip. Sorhiando, Víctor Tomás and Lazarov scored freely whilst Pérez de Vargas, who saved two penalties, was a calming influence in goal. With Barça attacking superbly, N'Guessan got in on the action with three goals and the half-time whistle gave them an unassailable nine-goal lead (21-12).

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The second half started in much the same way as the first: Barça were clearly the better team and they gave Kadetten no chance of closing the gap on them. Lazarov, with three goals in a row, and Syprzak, with an impressive total of five, extended the Catalans already considerable lead.

During the final minutes of the game, Pascual's men didn't take their foot of the gas. They kept playing until the end, even though the victory was assured, and showed why they are one of best teams in Europe.

This most recent victory by a 38-25 scoreline gave the Catalans both points and made it four wins out of four in the Velux EHF Champions League. Barça are out in front of the pack in their group with all eight possible points.

MATCH DETAILS

FC Barcelona, 38

Kadetten Schaffhausen, 25

FC Barcelona: Pérez de Vargas (0), Victor Tomás (4), Sorhaindo (3), N’Guessan (3), Lazarov (7), Valero Rivera (4) and Entrerrios (3) –starting seven- Viran Morros (0), Syprzak (5), Jicha (0), Jallouz (3), Dika Mem (1), Andersson (1), Ariño (1) and Saubich (3).   

Kadetten Schaffhausen: Marinovic (0), Szyba (2), Richwien (1), Maros (8), Koch (1), Csaszar (1) and Graubner (0) - starting seven - Liniger (3), Bringolf (0), Meister (2), Pendic (3), Bliznac (0), Tominec (1) and Delhess (3).

Breakdown: 4-3 / 7-5 / 11-6 / 15-8 / 18-10 / 21-12 (half-time) / 25-14 / 30-17 /  31-19 / 33-22 / 37-25 / 38-25 (full-time)

Officials: Evgeny Zotin and Nikolay Volodkov

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