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Palicka leads fantastic Lions to win in Kiel

Rhein Neckar Lowen showed domination in the most demanding place to do it – at Sparkassen Arena in Kiel, where Lion’s coach Andreas Palicka has his own show in front of the fans of former team – 29:26 (16:14).

THW Kiel – Rhein-Neckar Löwen 26:29 (14:16)

THW Kiel: Landin, Wolff – Bilyk (2), Dahmke (2), Duvnjak (7), Ekberg, Sprenger, Nilsson, Toft Hansen (2), Vujin (6/2), Wiencek (7), Zeitz, Firnhaber

Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Palicka (1), Appelgren–  Schmid (5), Sigurdsson (5), Manaskov (n.e.), Banea Gonzalez, Steinhauser (n.e.), Larsen, Reinkind (n.e.), Gedeon Guardiola (1), Groetzki (2), Ekdahl du Rietz (6), Pekeler (4), Petersson (5), Abt (n.e.)

RESULTS:

20:15 SC Magdeburg 27 – 26 MT Melsungen
20:15 Coburg 2000 24 – 35 Flensburg-H.
20:15 HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 23 – 19 TVB Stuttgart
20:15 Bergischer 28 – 29 Lemgo
20:15 Minden 25 – 27 HSG Wetzlar
19:00 Fuchse Berlin 31 – 26 Goppingen
19:00 Hannover-Burgdorf 29 – 26 Gummersbach
19:00 Erlangen 31 – 22 Leipzig
18:30 Kiel 26 – 29 Rhein-Neckar

STANDINGS:

1. SG Flensburg-Handewitt 32:2 +128
2. Rhein-Neckar Löwen 32:2 +84
3. THW Kiel 30:4 +84
4. Füchse Berlin 26:8 +54
5. TSV Hannover-Burgdorf 20:14 +24
6. SC Magdeburg 20:14 +4
7. SC DHfK Leipzig 19:15 +9
8. HSG Wetzlar 18:16 +6
9. HC Erlangen 16:18 -10
10. FRISCH AUF! Göppingen 15:19 -8
11. MT Melsungen 14:20 -2
12. VfL Gummersbach 13:21 -19
13. TSV GWD Minden 13:21 -45
14. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 11:23 -54
15. TBV Lemgo 8:26 -42
16. TVB 1898 Stuttgart 8:26 -67
17. HSC 2000 Coburg 6:28 -75
18. Bergischer HC 5:29 -71

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