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THW Kiel conquer SAP Arena!

Rhein Neckar Lowen suffered first defeat this season against THW Kiel 24:27 (12:11) at DKB Bundesliga. Even 12.500 fans weren’t enough to stop very good “Zebras”, who showed classy defensive performance with Niklas Landin (12 saves) between the posts, but also attacking skills led by Slovenian playmaker Miha Zarabec who definitely had perfect 60 minutes at SAP Arena.

Rhein-Neckar Löwen – THW Kiel 24:27 (12:11)

Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Appelgren, Palicka; Schmid (6), Lipovina, Sigurdsson (5), Radivojevic, Tollbring, Abutovic, Mensah (2), Fäth (2), Groetzki (1), Taleski, Guardiola, Petersson (2), Nielsen, Kohlbacher (6)

THW Kiel: Landin, Wolff; Duvnjak (3), Reinkind (6), M. Landin (3/1), Firnhaber, Kristjansson, Wiencek (2), Ekberg (5/3), Rahmel, Damke, Zarabec (5), Bilyk (2), Pekeler (1), Nilsson

Now, only SG Flensburg Handewitt are still on 100%.

STANDINGS:

1. Flensburg-H. 9 9 0 0 256:212 18
 
2. SC Magdeburg 10 9 0 1 321:254 18
 
3. Kiel 10 8 0 2 288:232 16
 
4. Bergischer 9 7 0 2 261:237 14
 
5. Rhein-Neckar 8 6 1 1 228:188 13
 
6. Fuchse Berlin 8 6 0 2 221:206 12
 
7. MT Melsungen 8 5 0 3 229:225 10
 
8. Minden 8 4 0 4 232:228 8
 
9. Hannover-Burgdorf 8 4 0 4 223:223 8
 
10. Goppingen 8 4 0 4 190:198 8
 
11. Lemgo 8 3 0 5 194:199 6
 
12. Stuttgart 9 2 1 6 232:266 5
 
13. Erlangen 8 2 0 6 196:215 4
 
14. Gummersbach 8 2 0 6 195:236 4
 
15. HSG Wetzlar 9 2 0 7 222:244 4
 
16. Leipzig 9 1 1 7 224:245 3
 
17. Bietigheim-Metterzimmern 8 1 0 7 191:249 2
 
18. Ludwigshafen 9 0 1 8 223:269 1

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