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KASSEL IS THE PLACE: Rhein Neckar Lowen defeated by Melsungen

Rhein Neckar Lowen suffered defeat after long run of win in DKB Bundesliga. Tough schedule ended with one bad night in Kassel, where MT Melsungen were highly motivated to add another big scalp after beating THW Kiel in the first weeks of the season. 

MT Melsungen – Rhein-Neckar Löwen  29:26 (15:13)

MT Melsungen: Sjöstrand, Simic (2); Kühn (9), Lemke, Golla, Reichmann (5/2), Mikkelsen (1), Danner, P. Müller (2), Boomhouwer, Schneider (3), Allendorf (5/1), Jaanimaa (1), M. Müller (1), Haenen,

Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Appelgren, Palicka; Schmid(8), Bliznac, Sigurdsson (4/1), Radivojevic, Baena, Tollbring, Rnic (4), Mensah (1), Pekeler (1), Groetzki (2), Reinkind (1), Taleski, Guardiola, Petersson (5)

RESULTS:

SC Magdeburg 28 – 22 Erlangen

HSG Wetzlar 30 – 21 Ludwigshafen

Hannover-Burgdorf 27 – 20 Stuttgart

Minden 29 – 37 Fuchse Berlin

Kiel 29 – 19 Lemgo

Flensburg-H. 38 – 23 Huttenberg

MT Melsungen 29 – 26 Rhein-Neckar

STANDINGS:

1. Fuchse Berlin 14 11 1 2 428:379 23

2. Flensburg-H. 13 10 1 2 384:318 21

3. Rhein-Neckar 12 10 0 2 364:303 20

4. Hannover-Burgdorf 13 9 1 3 365:342 19

5. MT Melsungen 13 9 1 3 357:339 19

6. SC Magdeburg 14 9 0 5 434:393 18

7. Kiel 13 8 1 4 377:331 17

8. Leipzig 13 7 1 5 357:354 15

9. Lemgo 13 5 3 5 340:353 13

10. HSG Wetzlar 13 5 2 6 338:324 12

11. Minden 13 3 5 5 335:355 11

12. Goppingen 12 2 5 5 331:336 9

13. Stuttgart 13 4 1 8 315:352 9

14. Gummersbach 12 3 0 9 307:340 6

15. Ludwigshafen 13 2 2 9 312:351 6

16. Erlangen 13 2 2 9 304:364 6

17. Huttenberg 13 1 3 9 333:377 5

18. N-Lubbecke 12 0 3 9 258:328 3

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