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HBL: HSV lost points in Goppingen, Kiel smashed Friesenheim

Toyota Handball Bundesliga began with a match between Wetzlar and SG Flensburg, where away team took a points in exiting finish – 28:29. Even more interesting was in Goppingen, where is domestic team won against title contender – HSV Hamburg 32:30. Also, in another match of the first round, VFL Gummersbach beat TBV Lemgo 31:30. Defending champion, THW Kiel smashed newcomer, Friesenheim with double goals advantage – 37:19 in front of 10250 fans in Sparkasse Arena.

Frisch Auf Göppingen – HSV Hamburg 32:30 (17:13)

Frisch Auf Göppingen: Oprea (8), Thiede (6), Schöne (6), Kaufmann (5), Haaß (3), Schubert (1/1), Späth (1), Horak (1), Anusic (1)

HSV Hamburg: Lindberg (7/4), Lijewski (6), Vori (4), Lackovic (4), Flohr (4), Jansen (3), Kraus (1), Duvnjak (1)

Spectators: 5200

THW Kiel – TSG Lu.-Friesenheim 37:19 (15:10)

THW Kiel: Ilic (7/2), Dragicevic (5), Reichmann (4), Jicha (3/1), Lundström (3), Ahlm (3), Zeitz (10), Palmarsson (1), Klein (1)

TSG Lu.-Friesenheim: Becker (4), Grimm (3/1), Pevnov (3), Dietrich (3), Bonnkirch (2), Müller (1), Gaubatz (1), Dissinger (1), Ancsin (1)

Spectators: 10250

First round of HBL 2010/11

HSG Wetzlar – SG Flensburg-Handewitt 28:29 (15:15)

HSG Ahlen-Hamm – TV Grosswallstadt 29:32 (14:14)

TSV Hannover-Burgdorf – Füchse Berlin 18:26 (9:9)

HBW Balingen-Weilstetten – Rhein-Neckar Löwen 30:31 (11:13)

Frisch Auf Göppingen – HSV Hamburg 32:30 (17:13)

THW Kiel – TSG Lu.-Friesenheim 37:19 (15:10)

TBV Lemgo – VfL Gummersbach 30:31 (17:16)

SC Magdeburg  MT Melsungen

TuS N-Lübbecke  DHC Rheinland

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