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TSV Hannover Burgdorf at the TOP – Flensburg lose in Leipzig!

It was obvious that season at DKB Bundesliga will be more interesting than in the past, but nobody could predict that the only undefeated team after four matches will be – TSV Hannover Burgdorf. Antonio Carlos Ortega’s team continued with good performances by winning away clash in Lubbecke 25:21, what was expected, but another surprise after Kassel, happened in Leipzig, where domestic team outplayed SG Flensburg Handewitt 25:22.

SC DHfK Leipzig – SG Flensburg-Handewitt   25:22 (13:10)
SC DHfK Leipzig: Putera (15 saves), Vortmann (1/1 save) – Semper (4), Rojewski, Jurdzs, Janke (1), Pieczkowski (2), Roscheck, Strosack, Meschke, Milosevic (1), Weber (6/1), Rivesjö, Kunkel (7/1), Krzikalla (4)
SG Flensburg-Handewitt: Andersson (11 saves) – Karlsson, Glandorf (6), Mogensen (2), Svan (1), Wanne (3), Jeppsson (2), Steinhauser (1), Heinl, Toft Hansen (2), Lauge (5/2), Mahé, Rød

DEFEATED AGAIN: MT Melsungen beat THW Kiel!

STANDINGS:

1. Hannover-Burgdorf 4 4 0 0 118:106 8
     
2. SC Magdeburg 5 3 0 2 155:142 6
      
3. MT Melsungen 4 3 0 1 109:104 6
     
4. Leipzig 4 3 0 1 109:106 6
     
5. Flensburg-H. 4 2 0 2 115:102 4
     
6. Rhein-Neckar 3 2 0 1 85:73 4
    
7. Fuchse Berlin 2 2 0 0 61:50 4
   
8. Kiel 4 2 0 2 121:113 4
     
9. HSG Wetzlar 4 1 2 1 107:99 4
     
10. Lemgo 4 2 0 2 105:103 4
     
11. Erlangen 3 2 0 1 80:79 4
    
12. Minden 4 1 1 2 93:108 3
     
13. Goppingen 2 1 0 1 59:53 2
   
14. TVB Stuttgart 3 1 0 2 84:92 2
    
15. Ludwigshafen 4 1 0 3 99:113 2
     
16. Gummersbach 4 1 0 3 95:110 2
     
17. Huttenberg 4 0 1 3 101:110 1
     
18. N-Lubbecke 4 0 0 4 83:116 0
 

PHOTO: Leipzig Handball Facebook

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