Croatia in semi-final against Vardar's Spaniards - Manaskov, Dibirov and Šterbik leading the stat sheet

EURO 2016

From six SEHA teams on EURO in Poland only Croatia has managed to reach semis. With Serbia and Montenegro leaving the competition after the first round, championship is now after Round 2 also over for Macedonia and Belarus which were in group in Krakow as well as for Hungary which was playing in Wroclaw.

Croatia has managed to reach semis where they will meet Spain and the other matchup will be Germany versus Norway.

Speaking of SEHA scorers we have Vardar's wingers Dejan Manaskov and Timur Dibirov leveled on top with 32 but with Slišković, Horvat, Kovačević and Šebetić from Croatia along with Dujshebaev and Maqueda from Spain and Nilsson from Sweden still competing in Poland, in battle for final positions. In the race for the best goalkeeper Vardar's Spaniard Arpad Šterbik is currently the best.




Timur Dibirov       Vardar        Russia         32 goals

Dejan Manaskov    Vardar        Macedonia   32 goals

Siarhei Shylovich   Meshkov     Belarus        25 goals

Laszlo Nagy          Veszprem    Hungary      21 goals

Ivan Slišković       Veszprem    Croatia        21 goals

Sergei Gorbok       Vardar        Russia         21 goals

Zlatko Horvat        PPD Zagreb          Croatia        20 goals

Maksim Baranau    Meshkov     Belarus        18 goals

Andrey Yurynok    Meshkov     Belarus       17 goals

Jorge Maqueda      Vardar        Spain          15 goals

Pavel Atman         Meshkov      Russia        14 goals

Stojanče Stoilov    Vardar         Macedonia   13 goals

Aron Palmarsson   Veszprem    Iceland        12 goals

Andreas Nilsson    Veszprem    Sweden       12 goals

Gergo Ivanscik     Veszprem    Hungary      11 goals

Luka Šebetić         PPD Zagreb Croatia        9 goals

Daniil Shishkarev   Vardar        Russia         8 goals

Maxim Babichev    Meshkov   Belarus         7 goals

Igor Karačić         Vardar         Croatia        7 goals

Cristian Ugalde      Veszprem    Spain          7 goals

Gašper Marguč     Veszprem    Slovenia      6 goals

Alex Dujshebaev    Vardar        Spain          5 goals

Mijajlo Marsenić    Vardar        Serbia         4 goals

Dzmitry Nikulenkau   Meshkov     Belarus    4 goals

Timuszin Schuch   Veszprem   Hungary      3 goals 

Filip Lazarov         Vardar        Macedonia   3 goals

Antonio Kovačević         PPD Zagreb Croatia        3 goals

Luka Cindrić         Vardar        Croatia        2 goals

Miloš Orbović       Vojvodina    Serbia         1 goal 

Velko Markoski     PPD Zagreb Macedonia 1 goal

Ilija Abutović        Vardar         Serbia         -



Arpad Šterbik       Vardar         Spain          45 saves

Roland Mikler       Veszprem    Hungary      43 saves

Mirko Alilović       Veszprem    Croatia        38 saves

Ivan Stevanović    PPD Zagreb Croatia        31 saves


Veselin Vujović     PPD Zagreb          Slovenia      coach

REMARK: EURO in Poland is not over yet for players that are in bold.