Kiel cracks 40 goals brand

Kiel cracks 40 goals brand

On the hunt of Bundesliga leader SC Magdeburg there was only a 29:29 (15:15) for the Handballers of the SG Flensburg-Handewitt on Thursday at the HSG Wetzlar. The THW Kiel, on the other hand, won 42:29 (22:11) at the TVB Stuttgart, the Füchse Berlin sat down 23:20 (11:10) against the Rhine-Neckar lions.

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The keels had already given bad news before the start of the game. Both coach Filip Jicha as well as defense director Hendrik Pekeler were not there after positive Corona rapid tests. Even caster Niklas Landin continued to lack. The Jicha role filled assistant coach Christian Sprenger and THW CEO Viktor Szilagyi in the team. The record champion went into the game with full concentration and led to 6: 1 for just over six minutes. At the 17: 7 (22), the game was already decided.

The Flensburg did much heavier in Wetzlar. After a balanced first half, the North Germans sat down at 23:17 (42nd) and 29:24 (53.). But then the team of coach Maik Machulla no longer succeeded. Wetzlar secured the deserved draw with a 5-0 run.

The Rhein-Neckar Löwen also cost a multiminite thirst for a possible success in Berlin. After 20:21 (51.) nothing works anymore. In the second mandatory game under her new coach Ljubomir Vranjes, the Mannheimer remained further victorious. No problems had Cup winner TBV Lemgo Lippe at his 27:22 (14: 9) home victory over climber Tus N-Lübbecke.

Füchse Berlin – Rhein-Neckar Lions 23:20 (11:10)

Goals Foxes Berlin: Andersson 4, Drux 4, Beneke 3, Langhoff 3, Lindberg 3/2, Marsic 3, Matthes 1, Milosavljev 1, Sauter 1; Rhine-Neckar Löwen: Schmid 6/5, Kirkelökke 4, L. Nilsson 4, Groetzki 3, Gensheimer 1, Kessler 1, Knorr 1; Referee: Stefan Schneider (Barleben) / Colin Hartmann (Magdeburg); Viewers: 1850; Criminal minutes: 2/8; Disqualification: \ – / –

TVB Stuttgart – THW Kiel 29:42 (11:22)

Tore Stuttgart: Müller 5, Pastry 4, Peshevski 4, Lönn 4, Schulze 3, Häfner 2, Hanusz 2, Zieker 2, Kristjansson 1/1, white 1, Runarsson 1; Kiel: Wienczek 9, Dahmke 8, Weinhold 6, Bilyk 5, Honig 4, Ekberg 4/4, Ciudad Benitez 3, Reinkind 2, Duvnjak 1; Viewers: 2411

TBV Lemgo Lippe – Tus N-Lübbecke 27:22 (14: 9)

Goals TBV Lemgo Lippe: Carlsbogard 5, Black 5, Cederholm 4, Elisson 3/2, Kogut 3, Guardiola Villaplana 2, Schagen 2, Simak 1, Suton 1, Zerbe 1; TUS N-Lübbecke: Skraulics 8/4, R. Tokuda 3, Y. Dräger 2, Mrakovcic 2, Nissen 2, Petreikis 2, Strozack 2, Mundus 1; referee: Adrian Kinzel (Bochum) / Sebastian Grobe (Bochum); Viewers: 1500; Criminals: 4/12; Disqualification: \ – / Heiny (54.)

HSG Wetzlar – SG Flensburg-Handewitt 29:29 (15:15)

Tore HSG Wetzlar: Mellegard 6, Holst 5/3, Ruby 5, White Werner 4, Fredriksen 3, Forsell Schefvert 2, Danny 1, Kusan 1, Nyfjäll 1, Srses 1; SG Flensburg-Handewitt: Tub 8/5, Larsen 5, Svan 5, Einarsson 4, Golla 2, Mensing 2, Godfridsson 1, Halde 1, Steinhauser 1; referee: Julian Fedtke (Berlin) / Niels Wienerrich (Berlin); Viewers: 1311; Criminal minutes: 4/4; Disqualification: \ – / –

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