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Rhein Neckar Lowen beat SG Flensburg in sold-out SAP Arena

Rhein Neckar Lowen stayed at the TOP of DKB Bundesliga. Nikolaj Jacobsen boys beat the biggest contender for the title – SG Flensburg Handewitt 32:27 (20:16) in front of sold-out SAP Arena in Mannheim, where only home team was in lead during 60 minutes.

Rhein-Neckar Löwen – SG Flensburg-Handewitt 32:27 (20:16)

Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Appelgren, Palicka; Schmid (6), Sigurdsson (10/3), Radivojevic, Baena (2), Tollbring, Mensah (3), Pekeler (6), Reinkind, Taleski, Guardiola, Petersson (1), Groetzki (4), Trost

SG Flensburg-Handewitt: Andersson, Möller; Karlsson, Glandorf (6), Mogensen (2), Svan (1), Wanne (1), Jeppsson, Steinhauser, Zachariassen (2), Toft Hansen (4), Gottfridsson, Lauge (8), Mahé (3/2), Heinl

Rhein-Neckar 32 – 27 Flensburg-H.
Erlangen 23 – 27 Fuchse Berlin
Goppingen 22 – 29 Kiel
Huttenberg 20 – 24 Leipzig
MT Melsungen 33 – 24 Stuttgart
HSG Wetzlar 30 – 25 Gummersbach
Hannover-Burgdorf 27 – 25 Lemgo
Ludwigshafen 23 – 26 SC Magdeburg

STANDINGS:

1. Rhein-Neckar 18 15 0 3 551:444 30
      
2. Fuchse Berlin 18 14 1 3 539:492 29
      
3. Hannover-Burgdorf 18 13 2 3 510:470 28
      
4. Flensburg-H. 18 13 1 4 525:458 27
      
5. Kiel 18 12 1 5 531:462 25
      
6. Leipzig 18 12 1 5 503:469 25
      
7. SC Magdeburg 18 12 0 6 549:495 24
      
8. MT Melsungen 18 11 2 5 494:467 24
      
9. Lemgo 18 7 3 8 473:492 17
      
10. HSG Wetzlar 18 7 2 9 466:453 16
      
11. Goppingen 18 4 6 8 489:504 14
      
12. Minden 18 4 6 8 473:503 14
      
13. Gummersbach 18 5 0 13 458:508 10
      
14. Erlangen 18 3 4 11 422:494 10
      
15. Stuttgart 18 4 1 13 435:503 9
      
16. N-Lubbecke 18 2 4 12 411:479 8
      
17. Huttenberg 18 2 3 13 452:518 7
      
18. Ludwigshafen 18 2 3 13 415:485 7
  

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