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Kiel lose point in Balingen

After SG Flensburg lost point in Magdeburg 23:23, THW Kiel also didn’t win in away match. HBW Balingen were close to beat the reigning champions, but at the end – 22:22 (10:13) was the fina result.

HBW Balingen-Weilstetten
Asanin (1.-24., 27.-37., 3 saves), Johannesson ( 7/2 saves); Böhm (2), Foth, Nyokas (7), Hausmann (1), Wilke, Theuerkauf (2), Strobel (1), Kunkel (4), Krieg (5), Ilitsch, Ruß, Dominikovic; Trainer: Bergmann
THW Kiel
Landin (1.-45., 17/2 saves), Katsigiannis (45.-60., 6 saves); Duvnjak (3), Lackovic (2), Weinhold, Ekberg (3/2), Anic, Canellas (3), Dahmke, Jaanimaa (3), Brozovic (4), Vujin (4/1); Trainer: Gislason
STANDINGS:

1. Rhein-Neckar 25 22 0 3 712:556 44
2. Flensburg-H. 26 20 3 3 773:646 43
3. Kiel 25 20 2 3 770:646 42
4. MT Melsungen 26 17 3 6 735:666 37
5. Fuchse Berlin 25 15 3 7 716:646 33
6. Goppingen 26 15 1 10 709:657 31
7. HSG Wetzlar 26 14 3 9 674:660 31
8. Hannover-Burgdorf 27 12 7 8 756:748 31
9. Gummersbach 26 13 2 11 706:693 28
10. SC Magdeburg 26 10 7 9 716:713 27
11. Leipzig 26 10 3 13 690:732 23
12. Lemgo 25 6 2 17 672:747 14
13. TVB Stuttgart 25 4 5 16 628:724 13
14. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 26 5 2 19 689:767 12
15. Bergischer 26 5 1 20 647:742 11
16. Eisenach 26 4 2 20 666:813 10
17. N-Lubbecke 24 1 4 19 603:706 6

One Comment

  1. John

    23. April 2016. at 07:25

    Balingen keepers saves toghether 10 balls, Kiel keepers together 23 balls and the end result is tie. Very curious for me…

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