The big north-Germany derby between HSV Hamburg and Flensburg saw no winner. In the full O2 arena, the hosts HSV went into the game after securing their placement in the Champions League after winning at the Wild Card Tournament, while Flensburg went in the game after two decisive wins in their first two matches by at least 15 goals each. HSV had the lead throughout most of the game, with Flensburg slightly making 21-19 at one point 15 minutes before the game, with HSV coming back and making one-goal advantage few more times, and in the end the game finishing in a draw, after Flensburg missed their final attack with ten seconds to go. Mogensen and Sven Hansen scored 7 goals each for the Schleswig-Holstein side, while Hans Lindberg was the topscorer with 7 goals for the hosts.
THW Kiel trashed Minden at home with 37:26, Filip Jicha is again the top scorer with 10 goals. Lubbecke keeps playing very well, beating Magdeburg at home with 29:24, Dennis Wilke and Jens Schoengarth each scoring 6 goals for Lubbecke. In Berlin, Fuchse Berlin played only 27:27 against Melsungen, Sven-Soren Christophersen scored 10 goals for the “Foxes”.
HSV Hamburg 25:25 Flensburg-Handewitt
Fuchse Berlin 27:27 Melsungen
THW Kiel 37:26 Minden
Lubbecke 29:24 Magdeburg
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|14||TSV GWD Minden||2:6|
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