Who goes to the Champions League Final Four? SG Flensburg-Handewitt wants to take the first step against defending champions Barcelona. In the first leg against the superior team from Spain, it’s all about a good starting position for the second leg.

From 6.45 p.m. Flensburg will host the Spanish defending champions FC Barcelona in the quarter-final first leg of the Champions League. At SG, left winger Hampus Wanne, who had already missed the league game in Hanover due to an ankle injury, is at risk. SG coach Maik Machulla said about the chances of progressing: “We need two perfect games.” The decisive second leg will then take place on May 19 in Kiel and in Barcelona.

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