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#ChampionsLeague: Eight teams claim a ticket for quarterfinals

Zenit Kazan, Zenit St. Petersburg and Dinamo Moscow from Russia, PGE Skra Belchatow and Gdansk from Poland, Civitanova and Perugia from Italy and Chaumont from France (In photo) will play in the Champions League quarterfinals.

So, Zenit Kazan has dominated the Pool A, Cucine Lube Civitanova won Pool B, Zenit Saint Petersburg claimed the first place in Pool C and Sir Colussi Sicoma Perugia won the Pool E.
The match between Lube and Zaksa was very fighted, and the italian hosts managed to win only after a bettle lasted five sets.
Tsvetan Sokolov and Simon Robertlandy were the top scorers with 23 points each, while Jacopo Massari contributed with 21 points. On the other side, Rafal Szymura had 22 points.

Men’s CEV Champions League, round 5:
POOL A:
Zenit Kazan – Halkbank 3-0 (25:14, 25:22, 28:26)
Knack Roeselare – United Volleys 3-1 (25:22, 25:15, 22:25, 25:15)

Standings:
Zenit Kazan 18 (6-0)
Halkbank 8 (3-3)
Knack Roeselare 6 (2-4)
United Volleys 4 (2-4)

POOL B:
Modena – Karlovarsko 0-3 (18:25, 21:25, 19:25)
Lube – Zaksa 3-2 (20:25, 22:25, 34:32, 25:21, 15:12)

Standings:
Lube Civitanova 17 (6-0)
Zaksa 10 (3-3)
Modena 9 (3-3)
Karlovarsko 0 (0-6)

POOL C:
ACH Volley – Chaumont 1-3 (17:25, 25:23, 15:25, 16:25)
Zenit St. Petersburg 3-0 (25:22, 25:22, 25:22)

Standings:
Zenit Sp 15 (6-0)
Chaumont 13 (4-2)
Friedrichshafen 6 (2-4)
ACH Volley 2 (0-6)

POOL D:
PGE Skra Belchatow – BR Volleys 3-0 (27:25, 25:23, 31:29)
Greenyard Maaseik – Gdansk 0-3 (20:25, 21:25, 21:25)

Standings:
Gdansk 14 (5-1)
Skra 11 (3-3)
Maaseik 6 (2-4)
BR Volleys 5 (2-4)

POOL F:
Perugia – Arkasspor 3-1 (25:21, 25:22, 25:27, 25:16)
Tours – Dinamo Moscow 0-3 (23:25, 17:25, 31:33)

Standings:
Perugia 18 (6-0)
Dinamo Moscow 12 (4-2)
Tours 5 (2-4)
Arkasspor 1 (0-6)

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