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Bundesliga (Round 27): HSV beats RNL, Wetzlar get past Burgdorf

In the opening game of the 27th round of the world’s strongest handball league, HSV Hamburg took advantage of the home court and scored an important victory over Rhein-Neckar Lowen. The Hamburg side won the first half with 15:13, but the Mannheim side kept the distance at most 1 goal only until the 50th minute (21:20), when HSV showed strong play, and 8 minutes later it was 26:22, and the winner was known, the final result standing at 28:24. The Lions’ topscoreres were the wings, Cupic and Gensheimer, scoring 9 and 8 goals respectively, while the Hamburg team were led by Mimi Kraus and Hans Lindberg, scoring 6 and 5.

In an important game of the relegation battle, Wetzlar beat Burgdorf at home with 20:19 – Steffen Fäth scoring the winner in the last second of the game, and can breath easier now (at least for some time). Daniel Velo scored 7 goals for Wetzlar, while Lars Lehnhoff had 6 for the visitors.

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