Handball. Foxes Berlin won, Flensburg lost to Gumersbach | handball news

Leaders Füchse Berlin found their way to success in the handball Bundesliga and defended their lead in the table.

On Thursday, coach Jaron Siewert’s team won against TSV Hannover-Burgdorf 32:30 (16:14) and with 19 points scored, they extended their lead over chasing Rhein-Neckar Leuven (17) by two points.

The Foxes are back on track

Last Sunday, the Berliners surprisingly accepted their first defeat of the season (27:32) against the inferior GWD Minden team, who had no points until then. The foxes are now perfected in front of their own audience. Hans Lindberg from Berlin was recognized as the best shooter of the game with nine goals.

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Handball Bundesliga, 11th game. SC DHfK Leipzig celebrate a 25-24 win in the basement clash at HSG Wetzlar as Runar Sigtrigsson makes his coaching debut. Matej Klima scored the winning goal for the Saxons with 20 seconds to go.

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SG Flensburg-Handewitt missed out on continuing their winning streak and the associated jump to the top of the table. At VfL Gummersbach, the three-time German champions lost 29-31 (15-13) after a weak second half. Coach Mike Machulla’s team previously won three in a row.

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Handball Bundesliga, 11th game. SG Flensburg-Handewitt suffered their third defeat of the season. The favorite North Germans surprisingly conceded 29:31 (15:13) to the advanced VfL Gummersbach team.

After a surprise success against leaders Berlin, Minden failed to follow suit. In TBV Lemgo Lippe, the penultimate table lost 27:30 (13:14) and has only two points from eleven games.

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Fox Berlin – TSV Hannover-Burgdorf 32:30 (16:14). – Gates. Lindbergh (9/5), Holm (6), Wiede (5), Freihofer (4), Drucks (3), Darge (2), Marsenik (2), Anderson (1) for Berlin – Steinhauser (8/1) , Brozovic (7), Büchner (6), Edwardson (4), Gerbl (3/3), Ushins (1), Michalczyk (1) in Hannover. – Views: 6296

TBV Lemgo Lippe – GWD Minden 30:27 (14:13). – Gates. Zehnder (8/1), Lärke (8), Versteijnen (5), G. Guardiola (3), Zerbe (3), Suton (1), Blaauw (1), Hutecek (1), Lemgo – Ahouansou (9), Darmuhl (6), Korte (4/1), Richtenhein (3), Starr (2), Janke (1), Sebetic (1), Stoike (1) for Minden. – Views: 3317

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Handball Bundesliga, 11th game day. After TBV Lemgo’s surprise win at THW Kiel, Lippe confirmed their performance and beat GWD Minden 30:27 (14:13) at home.

Erlangen – HSV Hamburg 35:29 (15:13). – Gates. Steinert (7/3), Celine (6), Zechel (5), Heini (4), Jepson (4), Bissell (3), Fett (2), Buedel (2), Metzner (1), Firnhaber (1) ). ) for Erlangen – Lassen (9), Bayens (7), Mortensen (6/1), Andersen (4), Axmann (2), Weller (1) for Hamburg. – Views: 3932

VfL Gummersbach – SG Flensburg-Handewitt 31:29 (13:15). – Gates. Blome (7), Mappes (6/2), Koster (4), Widarsson (4), Jansen (3), Schroven (2), Stirmisson (2), Schluroff (1), Kodrin (1), Zeman (1) ). For Gummersbach: Jacobsen (7), Hald Jensen (6), Sogard Johannesen (4), Rod (3), Einarsson (3), Hansen (2), Lindskog (1), Kjar Møller (1), Larsen (1). : ), Golla (1) for Flensburg. – Views: 4132

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Handball Bundesliga, 11th game. HC Erlangen won 35:29 (15:13) against HSV Hamburg.

HSG Wetzlar – DHfK Leipzig 24:25 (14:12). – Gates. Rubin (5), Novak (4/3), Nifyal (4), Schmidt (3), Melegard (2), Wagner (2/1), Shelker (2), Cepic (1), Nikolic (1) in Wetzlar . – Kristiansson (10/8), Klima (4), Wismach (2), Krzikala (2), Binder (2), Mamic (1), Ivic (1), Sunnefeld (1), Ernst (1), Witzke ( 1). 1) For Leipzig. – Views: 2566

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