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SG Flensburg Handewitt conquer SAP Arena!

SG Flensburg Handewitt are step closer to remain at the TOP of the German handball for the second year in a row after beating Rhein Neckar Lowen 26:23 (12:8) at sold out SAP Arena in Mannheim. The man in power was Flensburg’s goalkeeper Benjamin Buric who saved some important shots to put his team ahead in the finish of the derby clash.

SG Flensburg Handewitt are still four points ahead of THW Kiel seven matches before the end of the season.

Rhein-Neckar Löwen – SG Flensburg-Handewitt 23:26 (8:12)
Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Appelgren (2 saves), Palicka (9 saves) – Schmid (5/3), Mensah (3), Groetzki, Guardiola (1), Sigurdsson (4), Kohlbacher (5), Lipovina (3), Fäth (2), Abutovic
SG Flensburg-Handewitt: Buric (12 saves) – Karlsson, Golla, Hald (3), Glandorf (1), Svan (3), Wanne (3/1), Zachariassen, Johannessen (5), Gottfridsson (4), Lauge (4), Rød (3)

STANDING:

1. Flensburg-H. 27 26 0 1 772:618 52
 
2. Kiel 27 24 0 3 806:649 48
 
3. SC Magdeburg 27 21 0 6 814:695 42
 
4. Rhein-Neckar 27 20 2 5 754:666 42
 
5. MT Melsungen 27 16 0 11 738:725 32
 
6. Bergischer 27 15 1 11 704:687 31
 
7. Fuchse Berlin 27 15 0 12 726:704 30
 
8. Goppingen 27 14 2 11 724:713 30
 
9. Lemgo 27 11 3 13 692:690 25
 
10. Erlangen 27 11 2 14 678:699 24
 
11. Minden 27 11 1 15 757:761 23
 
12. Stuttgart 27 10 2 15 728:797 22
 
13. Hannover-Burgdorf 27 10 1 16 744:763 21
 
14. HSG Wetzlar 27 10 0 17 678:707 20
 
15. Leipzig 27 8 2 17 679:692 18
 
16. Gummersbach 27 5 1 21 641:777 11
 
17. Bietigheim-Metterzimmern 27 4 0 23 645:802 8
 
18. Ludwigshafen 27 2 3 22 632:767 7
 

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