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THW Kiel save third place against Fuchse Berlin in direct encounter

THW Kiel saved third place in DKB Bundesliga by beating Fuchse Berlin 32:28 (18:15) in direct encounter of Round 29. “Zebras” celebrated 23rd victory in current season which keep them in a race for the Championship, but only theoreticaly. 

Nikola Bilyk netted seven goals, while on the other side, Hans Lindberg scored eight goals. Both goalkeepers, Wollf (18 saves) and Heinevetter (15) showed high-level performance.

THW Kiel: Landin (2/2 saves), Wolff (1.-60., 18 saves); Firnhaber (1), Weinhold (3), Dissinger (3), Wiencek (4), Ekberg (5/1), Dahmke (4), Brozovic, Vujin (4), Bilyk (7/2), Nilsson (1); Trainer: Gislason
Füchse Berlin: Heinevetter (1.-60., 15/2 saves), Stochl (n.e.); Wiede (1), Elisson (6), Zachrisson, Gojun, P. Nenadic (7), Tönnesen (2), Plaza, Lindberg (8/2), Fäth (1), Kozina (2), D. Nenadic, Drux; Trainer: Petkovic

STANDINGS:

1. Flensburg-H. 28 24 2 2 868:683 50
      
2. Rhein-Neckar 27 24 1 2 809:670 49
      
3. Kiel 29 23 1 5 833:717 47
      
4. Fuchse Berlin 29 20 4 5 844:755 44
      
5. SC Magdeburg 29 20 3 6 828:772 43
      
6. HSG Wetzlar 29 18 0 11 762:732 36
      
7. MT Melsungen 30 15 2 13 831:812 32
      
8. Leipzig 29 14 2 13 746:738 30
      
9. Erlangen 29 13 0 16 770:797 26
      
10. Hannover-Burgdorf 29 11 1 17 811:816 23
      
11. Minden 29 10 2 17 713:799 22
      
12. Goppingen 30 10 1 19 819:856 21
      
13. Gummersbach 29 9 1 19 735:796 19
      
14. TVB Stuttgart 27 8 1 18 686:753 17
      
15. Bergischer 28 8 1 19 709:791 17
      
16. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 29 7 3 19 696:780 17
      
17. Lemgo 29 7 2 20 787:852 16
      
18. Coburg 2000 29 4 1 24 723:851 9
 

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