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Rhein Neckar Lowen put HSG Wetzlar 10 goals behind

Rhein Neckar Lowen stayed in the race for the title in DKB Bundesliga. The “Lions” beat HSG Wetzlar 31:21 (15:13) in front of 7.000 home fans in Mannheim.

Andy Schmid had fantastic 60 minutes with 11 goals in total.

Rhein-Neckar Löwen – HSG Wetzlar 31:21 (15:13)

Löwen: Appelgren, Palicka – Schmid (11), Lipovina (3), Sigurdsson (6/1), Radivojevic (1), Tollbring, Abutovic, Mensah (4), Groetzki, Taleski (1), Guardiola, Petersson (4), Kohlbacher (1)

Wetzlar: Klimpke, Ivanisevic – Kneer (1), Björnsen (1), Ferraz, Weber, Mirkulovski (2), Schreiber, Torbrügge (1), Weissgerber (1), Holst (2/2), Waldgenbach, Schefvert (5), Lux, Lindskog (5), Cavor (3)

STANDING:

1. Flensburg-H. 23 23 0 0 664:529 46
 
2. Kiel 24 21 0 3 709:572 42
 
3. Rhein-Neckar 23 18 2 3 653:561 38
 
4. SC Magdeburg 24 19 0 5 738:621 38
 
5. Fuchse Berlin 24 15 0 9 641:609 30
 
6. MT Melsungen 24 15 0 9 661:648 30
 
7. Goppingen 23 12 1 10 611:610 25
 
8. Bergischer 23 11 1 11 592:593 23
 
9. Lemgo 23 9 3 11 591:595 21
 
10. Hannover-Burgdorf 24 10 0 14 668:683 20
 
11. Erlangen 23 9 1 13 576:591 19
 
12. Minden 23 9 0 14 656:667 18
 
13. Stuttgart 23 8 2 13 618:692 18
 
14. HSG Wetzlar 24 9 0 15 599:628 18
 
15. Leipzig 24 6 2 16 589:607 14
 
16. Gummersbach 23 4 1 18 551:672 9
 
17. Bietigheim-Metterzimmern 23 4 0 19 557:685 8
 
18. Ludwigshafen 24 1 3 20 568:679 5
 

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