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TSV Hannover Burgdorf lose point in Wetzlar

HSG Wetzlar showed good performance against TSV Hannover Burgdorf, the leaders who stayed without a point in away clash.

Here are the German Bundesliga Round 13 results with goalscorers.

Nordhorn-Lingen-Fuchse Berlin 24-34 (12-18)

Nordhorn-Lingen: Lasse Seidel 5, Julian Possehl 3, Dominik Kalafut 3, Patrick Miedema 3, Lutz Heiny 2, Robert Weber 2, Philipp Vorlicek 1, Alexander Terwolbeck 1, Georg Pöhle 1, Alec Smit 1, Pavel Mickal 1, Toon Leenders 1.

Fuchse Berlin: Hans Lindberg 9, Paul Drux 4, Johan Koch 4,Michael Müller 3, Fabian Wiede 3, Mijajlo Marsenic 3, Tim Matthes 3, Jacob Holm 2, Frederik Simak 2, Stipe Mandalinic 1.

Flensburg-H-Göppingen 28-22 (17-9)

Flensburg-H: Göran Johannessen 5,Jim Gottfridsson 4, Magnus Abelvik Röd 3, Magnus Jöndal 3, Lasse Svan 3, Niels Versteijnen 2, Johannes Golla 2, Anders Zachariassen 2, Michal Jurecki 1, Marius Steinhauser 1,Simon Jeppsson 1, Marvin Lier 1.

Göppingen: Nemanja Zelenovic 4, Marcel Schiller 4, Kresimir Kozina 3, Nicolai Theilinger 2, Tim Kneule 2, Marco Rentschler 2, Till Hermann 2, Josip Peric 1, Tim Sörensen 1, Jacob Bagersted 1.

Lemgo-Ludwigshafen 27-19 (15-6)

Lemgo: Bjarki Elisson 13, Christian Klimek 4, Isaias Guardiola Villaplana 3, Christoph Theuerkauf 3, Bobby Schagen 2, Andreas Cederholm 1, Jonathan Carlsbogard 1.

Ludwigshafen: Jan Remmlinger 3, Max Neuhaus 2, Pascal Durak 2, Jannik Hofmann 2, Frederic Stüber 2, Jonathan Scholz 2,Jerome Müller 1, Pascal Bührer 1, Gunnar Dietrich 1, Azat Walullin 1, Alexander Falk 1, Kai Dippe 1.

Magdeburg-Minden 31-29 (15-11)

Magdeburg: Michael Damgaard 9, Zeljko Musa 5, Christian O´Sullivan 4, Matthias Musche 3, Daniel Pettersson 3, Tim Hornke 2, Albin Lagergren 1, Christoph Steinert 1, Marko Bezjak 1, Lukas Mertens 1, Erik Schmidt 1.

Minden:Christoffer Rambo 8, Marian Michalczik 4, Magnus Gullerud 4, Kevin M. Gulliksen 4, Savvas Sawwas 3, Mats Korte 3, Lucas Meister 2, Christoph Reißky 1.

Wetzlar-Hannover-Burgdorf 25-25 (12-15)

Wetzlar: Maximilian Holst 8, Filip Mirkulovski 3, Olle Forsell Schefvert 3, Stefan Cavor 2, Stefan Kneer 2, Alexander Feld 2, Ian Weber 1, Emil Frend Öfors 1, Anton Lindskog 1, Nils Torbrügge 1.

Hannover-Burgdorf: Timo Kastening 6, Ivan Martinovic 4, Morten Olsen 4, Fabian Böhm 3, Cristian Ugalde 3, Vincent Büchner 2, Nejc Cehte 1, Mait Patrail 1, Ilija Brozovic 1.

STANDING:

1. Hannover-Burgdorf 12 9 2 1 351:314 20
 
2. Flensburg-H. 12 8 2 2 315:284 18
 
3. SC Magdeburg 13 9 0 4 406:361 18
 
4. Kiel 10 8 0 2 308:264 16
 
5. Fuchse Berlin 12 8 0 4 339:301 16
 
6. Rhein-Neckar 12 7 2 3 340:311 16
 
7. Leipzig 12 8 0 4 340:341 16
 
8. MT Melsungen 12 7 1 4 332:336 15
 
9. Goppingen 12 5 1 6 312:311 11
 
10. Bergischer 12 4 3 5 319:330 11
 
11. HSG Wetzlar 11 4 2 5 316:320 10
 
12. Erlangen 12 4 2 6 310:318 10
 
13. Minden 12 4 2 6 320:329 10
 
14. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 11 3 2 6 311:330 8
 
15. Stuttgart 11 1 4 6 277:309 6
 
16. Lemgo 12 2 2 8 327:355 6
 
17. Ludwigshafen 12 1 1 10 286:334 3
 
18. Nordhorn-Lingen 12 1 0 11 298:359 2

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