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HBL: Fuchse Berlin surprised THW Kiel

The derby match between the two top teams in the German Handball League, Fuchse Berlin and THW Kiel, finished surprisingly with a victory for the team from the capital, 26:23 (14:11). Man of the Match was the goalkeeper of the winning team, Silvio Heinevetter with 19 saves in an outstanding cooperation with the defence in front of 9000 spectators. Best scorer was Nincevic (7) for Berlin and fantastic Jicha on the other side with 13 goals.

Füchse Berlin: Heinevetter (1.-60., 18/1 saves), Stochl (n.e.); Löffler (n.e.), Vatne (n.e.), Laen (4), Spoljaric (1), Richwien, Wilczynski, Bult, Sellin (2), Jaszka (3), Nincevic (7/2), Petersson (5), Christophersen (4); Trainer: Sigurdsson
THW Kiel: Omeyer (1.-60., 19/1 saves), Palicka (n.e.); Lundström (n.e.), Dragicevic, Sprenger, Ahlm (2), Kubes, Reichmann, Zeitz (3), Palmarsson (1), Ilic (2), Klein (2), Jicha (13/2), Fernandez; Trainer: Gislason

Standing:

1      Füchse Berlin      10:0
2     SG Flensburg-Handewitt     10:2
3     THW Kiel     8:2
4     HSV Hamburg     8:2
5     Rhein-Neckar Löwen     8:2
6     Frisch Auf Göppingen     6:2
7     SC Magdeburg     6:2
8     VfL Gummersbach     6:2
9     TV Grosswallstadt     4:2
10     TBV Lemgo     4:4
11     TuS N-Lübbecke     2:4
12     DHC Rheinland     2:6
13     TSV Hannover-Burgdorf     2:6
14     TSG Lu.-Friesenheim     1:9
15     HBW Balingen-Weilstetten     1:9
16     HSG Wetzlar     0:8
17     MT Melsungen     0:8
18     HSG Ahlen-Hamm     0:8

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