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DKB BUNDESLIGA: Dario Quenstedt stops Kiel in Magdeburg

Rhein Neckar Lowen, again, have all in own hands! THW Kiel’s chances to win title in DKB Bundesliga becames much smaller after last night defeat in Magdeburg 28:29, where Dario Quenstedt saved penatly shot by Niclas Ekberg.

SC Magdeburg: Ambrosius (48.-50.), Quenstedt (1.-48., 50.-60., 14/2 saves); Musa (2), Rojewski, Musche (2), van Olphen, Bagersted, Grafenhorst (1), Haaß (1), Bezjak (1), Weber (8/3), Damgaard (9), Zelenovic (3), Lemke (2); Trainer: Wiegert
THW Kiel: Landin (1.-60., 14 saves), Katsigiannis (n.e.); Duvnjak (7), Mamelund (n.e.), Dissinger (2), Wiencek (3), Ekberg (4/3), Anic (n.e.), Canellas (2), Dahmke (1), Jaanimaa, Klein (2), Brozovic (1), Vujin (6); Trainer: Gislason
RESULTS – ROUND 29:

Leipzig 21 – 30 Rhein-Neckar
Goppingen 35 – 26 TVB Stuttgart
MT Melsungen 25 – 32 Flensburg-H.
HSG Wetzlar 29 – 22 Lemgo
SC Magdeburg 29 – 28 Kiel
N-Lubbecke 26 – 27 Bergischer
Hannover-Burgdorf 25 – 22 Fuchse Berlin
STANDINGS:

1. Rhein-Neckar 29 25 0 4 831:639 50
2. Flensburg-H. 28 22 3 3 837:696 47
3. Kiel 28 22 2 4 856:722 46
4. MT Melsungen 28 18 3 7 792:722 39
5. Fuchse Berlin 28 16 3 9 785:716 35
6. HSG Wetzlar 29 15 4 10 754:742 34
7. Goppingen 28 16 1 11 769:715 33
8. Hannover-Burgdorf 29 13 7 9 811:801 33
9. Gummersbach 28 14 3 11 767:753 31
10. SC Magdeburg 28 11 7 10 771:769 29
11. Leipzig 29 11 3 15 761:815 25
12. Lemgo 28 7 2 19 743:834 16
13. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 28 6 3 19 738:809 15
14. Bergischer 28 7 1 20 702:794 15
15. TVB Stuttgart 28 4 6 18 698:804 14
16. Eisenach 28 4 2 22 705:876 10
17. N-Lubbecke 28 2 4 22 702:815 8
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