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Biegler gets New Year’s party against Berlin

Despite financial crisis and the fact that their coach Michael Biegler will leave the team for the last five matches in 2015 as the part of the deal with Polish Handball Federation on which bench sitting experienced German coach, HSV Handball players showed great performance and well-deserved win over Fuchse Berlin 36:29 (19:12) in front of over 6.000 domestic fans.

HSV Handball: Bitter (13 saves, 1.-55.); Vortmann (5/2 saves, 55.-60), Pfahl 9, Lindberg 7/1, Nenadic 4, Schröder 3, Brozovic 3, Hens 3, Mortensen 2, Damgaard 2, Jaanimaa 2, Schmidt 1, Grabarczyk, Feld

Füchse Berlin: Heinevetter (3 saves, 24.-49.); Stochl (6 saves, 1.-24., 49.-60.), Nenadic 9/2, Elisson 5/1, Nielsen 4, Wiede 3, Weyhrauch 2, Fritz 1, Vukovic 1, Gojun 1, Tönnesen 1, Jimenez 1, Zachrisson 1, Petersen

STANDINGS:

1. Rhein-Neckar 16 15 0 1 458:352 30
2. Kiel 16 13 0 3 488:413 26
3. Flensburg-H. 16 12 1 3 477:397 25
4. MT Melsungen 16 11 2 3 462:407 24
5. Hamburg 17 11 1 5 504:453 23
6. Fuchse Berlin 17 9 3 5 494:457 21
7. HSG Wetzlar 16 9 2 5 420:412 20
8. Goppingen 16 9 0 7 426:391 18
9. Gummersbach 16 8 2 6 442:433 18
10. SC Magdeburg 16 8 2 6 445:444 18
11. Hannover-Burgdorf 16 6 4 6 431:449 16
12. Leipzig 16 6 3 7 420:437 15
13. Lemgo 16 5 2 9 434:486 12
14. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 16 3 0 13 435:496 6
15. TVB Stuttgart 16 1 4 11 413:483 6
16. Bergischer 16 2 1 13 394:465 5
17. Eisenach 16 2 1 13 422:519 5
18. N-Lübbecke 16 0 2 14 415:486 2

 

PHOTO: hsvhandball.com

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