'14Joan TarresJ. Tarres
'17Maxime DeplusM. Deplus
'36Joan TarresJ. Tarres
'52Antoine KinaA. Kina
'57Pol Cabré-VerdielP. Cabré-Verdiel
'59Charles MassonC. Masson
SOJoaquim MalgosaJ. Malgosa
SOAntoine KinaA. Kina
SOPepe CunillP. Cunill
SOCharles MassonC. Masson
SOJordi BonastreJ. Bonastre
SOSean MurrayS. Murray
SORoger FigaR. Figa
SORoman DuvekotR. Duvekot
SOPol Cabré-VerdielP. Cabré-Verdiel
SOThibault DeplusT. Deplus
Atlètic Terrassa completed the men’s FINAL4 line-up as Marc Calzada produced the goods in a shoot-out once more to send their fans delirious after another big EHL tussle with Gantoise.
Joan Tarres broke the deadlock with a thunderous strike from the top of the D on the volley following a cracking piece of build-up play down the right wing in the 14th minute.
Gantoise replied just the other side of the first break from their third corner of the contest, Maxime Deplus following up a rebound created by Antoine Kina’s slap at goal.
After that big burst, it was the Belgian side who came on strong but found Atlètic a tough nut to crack. Johannes Mooij had to scoop one effort off the goal line while – in the third quarter – it was panic stations as Roman Duvekot miscued from a glorious chances and Mathis Clément also missed out.
Antoine Kina hit the post from an improvised, bouncing corner shot and the pressure eventually told with eight minutes to go when he pushed their ninth corner into the left side of the backboard.
But Atlèti responded brilliantly with Marc Salles driving them on. He set Jordi Bonastre free and his cross found Pol Cabré-Verdiell who smashed home from mid-circle.
It made for a third shoot-out of the day in which the first five were all scored with Atlètic leading 3-2. After that, the next five were all missed as Marc Calzada denied Timothée Clément for a big victory.