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Powerful “Lions” winning run in last month – 5 matches, +41!

Rhein Neckar Lowen showing the Champions’ face in DKB Bundesliga since September 3, when they suffered defeat in Flensburg (27:22). The two-times in a row German champions won five matches in series since that night at Flens Arena with goal-difference +41, which means that Nikolaj Jakobsen and his boys didn’t give any chance to their rivals (8.2 goals gap per match).

If you take in consideration results of the “Lions” at VELUX EHF Champions League, where they have two draws and a win at the start of the season, it is easy to guess where “all cards” are in the game. SAP Arena wants to celebrate the German hat-trick, more than anything else.

The last victim was TSV Hannover Burgdorf.

Rhein-Neckar Löwen – TSV Hannover-Burgdorf 35:23 (17:9)

RNL: Appelgren (2), Palicka – Tollbring, Sigurdsson (6/2), Groetzki (3), Radivojevic (1), Schmid (3), Pekeler, Guardiola (1), Bliznac, Petersson (2), Reinkind (1), Mensah (8), Rnic, Taleski (2), Baena (6)

Hannover: Ziemer (31.-45.), Semisch – Johannsen (2/1), Mortensen (2), Patrail (2), Pevnov (3), Häfner (3), Böhm (3), Karason, Olsen (7), Brozovic (1), Diebel, Kalafut, Christophersen, Kastening, Büchner

STANDINGS:

1. Rhein-Neckar 7 6 0 1 215:177 12
      
2. Hannover-Burgdorf 8 6 0 2 221:215 12
      
3. SC Magdeburg 8 5 0 3 250:219 10
      
4. Flensburg-H. 7 5 0 2 206:177 10
      
5. Fuchse Berlin 5 5 0 0 148:131 10
      
6. Leipzig 7 5 0 2 183:180 10
      
7. MT Melsungen 7 4 1 2 190:186 9
      
8. HSG Wetzlar 7 3 2 2 182:161 8
      
9. Lemgo 7 3 2 2 182:177 8
      
10. Kiel 7 3 0 4 200:199 6
      
11. TVB Stuttgart 7 3 0 4 177:185 6
      
12. Goppingen 6 1 3 2 161:157 5
      
13. Erlangen 6 2 1 3 146:159 5
      
14. Ludwigshafen 7 2 0 5 178:194 4
      
15. Minden 7 1 2 4 170:198 4
      
16. Huttenberg 7 0 3 4 183:194 3
      
17. Gummersbach 7 1 0 6 174:198 2
      
18. N-Lubbecke 7 0 0 7 147:206 0
 

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