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Bundesliga (Round 31): Rhein-Neckar Lowen defeats HSV Hamburg, continues title-chase

THW Kiel demolished TBV Lemgo away with huge 46:24, while Rhein-Neckar Lowen had a lot of trouble at home against HSV Hamburg, but in the end won 32:31 (12:15). The game was very close until the 59th minute, when with Patrick Groetzki’s goal, RNL made two-goal advantage, and the game was sealed. THW Kiel and RNL are still tied at top of the table, but now THW Kiel are the leaders due to better goal difference.

Rhein-Neckar Löwen – HSV Hamburg 32:31 (12:15)

Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Landin, Stojanovic – Schmid (5), Gensheimer (9/5), Sesum (n.e.), I. Guardiola, Manojlovic (1), Gorbok (2), Myrhol (3), Groetzki (2), G. Guardiola, Petersson (6), Ekdahl Du Rietz (4).

HSV Handball: Bitter, Cleverly () – Schröder (4), Jansen, Flohr (5), Canellas (7/3), Djordjic (2), Nilsson (4), Mahe (1), Dominikovic, Pfahl (5), Duvnjak (3), Lackovic.

Scores: TBV Lemgo 24:46 THW Kiel, Flensburg 35:23 MT Melsungen, Fuchse Berlin 25:23 MT Melsungen, Minden 25:23 Eisenach, RNL 32:31 HSV Hamburg

1. THW Kiel 53:9 +200
2. Rhein-Neckar Löwen 53:9 +193
3. SG Flensburg-Handewitt 50:12 +167
4. HSV Handball 48:14 +89
5. Füchse Berlin 44:18 +85
6. MT Melsungen 37:25 +21
7. SC Magdeburg 34:28 +35
8. TSV Hannover-Burgdorf 30:32 -62
9. TBV Lemgo 29:33 -42
10. TuS N-Lübbecke 28:34 -37
11. HSG Wetzlar 27:35 -18
12. FRISCH AUF! Göppingen 23:39 -17
13. TSV GWD Minden 23:39 -61
14. VfL Gummersbach 23:39 -66
15. Bergischer HC 19:43 -73
16. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 17:45 -67
17. ThSV Eisenach 13:49 -143
18. TV Emsdetten 7:55 -204
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