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HBL: Kiel and Flensburg celebrate work victories

HBL: Kiel and Flensburg celebrate work victories


HBL: Kiel and Flensburg celebrate work victories

Flensburg is also catching up: The Northerners from the fifth day of the Handball Bundesliga’s fifth game day, they have found their way back into the winning streak with great difficulty.

At the 29:26 (15:14) against DHfK Leipzig, record champion THW Kiel clinched the third win of the season after two defeats in a row, as did vice champion SG Flensburg-Handewitt, who won 29:21 (14:12) against HC Erlangen.

Kiel showed at the dress rehearsal for the Champions Leauge prelude on Sunday against Paris St.Germain again a nervous performance.After the defeats against Hannover and Melsungen, coach Alfred Gislason’s team was trailing by 19:21 at the end of the quarter of an hour, but prevented their third consecutive defeat with a strong final phase.By way of comparison, the “zebras” had only lost three times in their entire 2014/2015 championship season.The most successful THW thrower was Steffen Weinhold with seven goals.

Initially, Flensburg also had a lot of trouble against the uncomfortable guest from Erlangen.After a 8:9 deficit, however, the hosts found their way into the match and finally won the match, with World Champion Holger Glandorf scoring twelve goals, and Flensburg climbed to third place in the standings with 6:4 points for the time being.

The TuS N-Lübbecke is still the only team without any point in the table.The rising star was defeated by HSG Wetzlar in front of his own audience with 17:23 (9:11).FA Göppingen played an 18:13 lead at the 26:26 (16:12) at the TSV GWD Minden and had to make do with a last-second draw by conceding a goal.

TSV Hannover-Burgdorf, with 8:0 points without a loss point surprisingly at the top of the standings, will not be in action until Sunday against SC Magdeburg.

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