Aalborg Handball came down to earth in the Champions League, as the Danish club on Saturday visited Paris.
It took Paris Saint-Germain against Mikkel Hansen in a comeback, and the French large groups said thank you for the visit by knocking the Danish guests with a 37-24.
Aalborg met otherwise up with confidence after the impressive victory by over Flensburg-Handewitt. It was The fourth victory in the tournament this season, but the Danish crew had enough, after all, not budgeted to go to Paris and win.
After the defeat topper Barcelona and PSG for the six matches of group A with ten points each, while Aalborg has eight points in the group, where Aalborg has the focus in sixth place, which provides further advancement.
Aalborg came otherwise well in time and was also ahead 4-2. The team was good in the first quarter at 7-7, and Tobias Ellebæk equalized to 8-8.
Mikkel Hansen was sent on the pitch after just a quarter and made a comeback on the håndboldbanen, after he has been out with the concussion he sustained in mid-september.
Hansen scored for the first time in the match, as he increased to 11-9, and verdensstjernen dished up with four goals in the last half of the first half.
Benjamin Jakobsen reduced to 10-11, but then it went wrong for the Danish crew, and PSG turned up the pace in the weather and went to the break in front 18-11.
Mikkel Hansen was also with from the first whistle in the second half, where the Norwegian Sander Sagosen brought PSG on a score of 19-11. It was also quickly 20-11 and 21-11, and a proper øretæve lurked.
Henrik Møllgaard reduced to 15-28 with a neighborhood again, and away, there was nothing to put up.
Mikkel Hansen got much-needed minutes in their legs on the håndboldbanen, and the Danish profile scored six goals on eight attempts.
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