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SG Flensburg Handewitt beat Rhein Neckar Lowen in the first derby of the season

SG Flensburg Handewitt look powerful at the start of the season. The team led by Maik Machulla seems to be ready for the hat-trick in German Bundesliga if you look the first three matches of the season. After winning the Super Cup against THW Kiel, Flensburg won important away points against Melsungen, and last evening beat Rhein Neckar Lowen 30:27 to get another big scalp of German handball at the end of August…

SG Flensburg-Handewitt – Rhein-Neckar Löwen 30:27 (18:14)
SG Flensburg-Handewitt: Buric (2 saves), Bergerud (7/1  saves) – Golla (5), Hald (1), Svan (3), Wanne (2/2), Jeppsson, Jøndal (4), Zachariassen (2), Johannessen (2), Gottfridsson (4), Jurecki (1), Rød (6)
Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Appelgren (5/1 saves), Palicka (9/1 saves) – Schmid (4), Gensheimer (6/3), Kirkelokke (1), Lagarde (2), Tollbring (1), Abutovic, Mensah Larsen (1), Fäth, Groetzki (3), Guardiola, Petersson (1), Nielsen (3), Kohlbacher (5)
Score 1:2 (3.), 3:2 (7.), 4:4 (8.), 5:5 (10.), 7:5 (12.), 8:7 (14.), 10:7 (18.), 11:8 (19.), 11:10 (20.), 13:11 (23.), 14:12 (25.), 15:14 (28.) – 18:15 (31.), 19:16 (34.), 20:17 (35.), 22:17 (37.), 24:18 (40.), 25:19 (42.), 25:22 (47.), 27:22 (49.), 27:25 (55.), 28:26 (56.), 30:26 (60.)

HC Erlangen – TVB Stuttgart 29-24 (14-11)

HC Erlangen:  Sime Ivic 6, Nico Büdel 5, Sebastian Firnhaber 4, Christopher Bissel 4, Nikolai Link 3, Floriar von Gruchalla 3, Jan Schäffer 2, Johannes Sellin 1, Antonio Matzner 1,

TVB Stuttgart: Patrick Zieker 8, Zarko Peshevski 4, Tim Wieling 3, Max Häfner 3, Dominik WeiB 2, Samue Röthlisberger 1, Elvar Asgeirsson 1, Sascha Pfattheicher 1, Adam Lonn 1.

Bergischer HC – MT Melsungen 24-24 (8-11)

Bergischer HC: Sebastian Damm 6, Max Darj 5, Ragnar Johannsson 4,  Arnor Thor Gunnarsson 3, Lukas Stutzke 2, Linus Arnesson 2, Kristian Nippes 1, Tomas Babak 1.

MT Melsungen: Julius Kühn 7, Lasse Mikkelsen 5, Dimitri Ignatow 3, Kai Häfner 3, Finn Lemke 2, Marino Maric 2, Stefan Salger 1, Michael Allendorf 1.

TSV GWD Minden – SC DHfK Leipzig 21-25 (12-9)

TSV GWD Minden: Kevin Gulliksen 7, Christoffer Rambo 4, Marian Michalczik 4, Christoph Reissky 2, Joscha Ritterbach 2, Savvas Savvas 1, Lucas Meister 1.

SC DHfK Leipzig: Franz Semper 10, Lukas Binder 4, Philipp Weber 3, MArko Mamic 3, Luca Witzke 2, Lucas Krzikalla 1, Bastian Roscheck 1, Alen Milosevic 1.

Ludwigshafen – HSG Wetzlar 25-31 (10-17)

Ludwigshafen: Kai Dippe 5, Jerome Måuller 5, Jonathan Scholz 3, Pascal Durak 3, Dominik Mappes 3, Pascal Bührer 2, Frederic Stüber 1, Alexander Falk 1, Maximilian Haider 1, Gunnar Dietrich 1.

HSG Wetzlar: Kristian Björnsen 7, Maximilian Holst 5, Lenny Rubin 4, Alexander Feld 3, Steffan Cavor 3, Olle Forsell 3, Nils Torbrügge 2, Anton Lindskog 2, Lars Weissgerber 1, Filip Mirkulovski 1.

PHOTO: SG Flensburg Handewitt Facebook Page

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