WOMEN'S EHF FINAL4 2018 Quiz

Discover how well you remember the 2018 edition of the WOMEN’S EHF FINAL4 with our quiz.

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Rostov Don made their WOMEN’S EHF FINAL4 debut in 2018, finally finishing in fourth place. Who were the first Russian team to reach Budapest?

Dinamo Sinara is correct. Lada were finalists in 2007, Zvezda were the so far only Russian winners of the Women’s EHF Champions League, but Dinamo were the first Russian club, which made it to Budapest in 2015, but missed the final.

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Which player became top scorer of the 2017/18 season thanks to nine goals in Budapest?

Cristina Neagu is correct. Neagu scored an overall of 110 goals, Penezic ranked third with 92 strikes, Vyakhireva tenth with 66.

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What kind of history did Vardar make in 2018?

A is correct, Vardar were part of all five EHF FINAL4 events from 2014 to 2018, the only club to do so.

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Györ won the final 27:26 after extra-time - how many times before were the champions decided after more than 70 minutes?

2 is correct. In 2016, CSM Bucuresti beat Györ 29:26 after a penalty shoot-out, in 2017, Györ beat Vardar 31:30 after extra-time.

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Ambros Martin steered Györ to their fourth CL trophy. To date, how often had the Spanish coach been finalist of the of the Women’s EHF Champions League?

7 is correct. In 2011 with Itxako, in 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018 with Györ and in 2019 with Rostov.

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Which Györ player raised the Champions League trophy after losing the final one year previously as a Vardar player?

Anja Althaus is correct. Althaus finished her career with the 2018 trophy and now is an ambassador of the Women’s EHF Champions League. The German line player had won the trophy already with Viborg in 2009 and 2010.

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Who scored Györ’s equaliser in the final 11 seconds before the end of the regular time and then four of seven Györ’s goals in extra-time?

Eduarda Amorim is correct. Amorim's exploits were rewarded with the EHF Player of the Month award.

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