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HC Erlangen deserve draw against Rhein Neckar Lowen

Rhein Neckar Lowen stayed without a point in away match against HC Erlangen 29:29. Even 13 goals of Uwe Gensheimer haven’t been enough for the “Lions” to take important points which will keep them close to the leading TSV Hannover Burgdorf.

Here are the complete results and all the scorers of the weekend matches in German best league:

Erlangen-Rhein-Neckar 29-29 (17-16)

Erlangen: Sime Ivić 8, Quentin Minel 6, Johannes Sellin 5, Nikolai Link 5, Sebastian Firnhaber 3, Antonio Metzner 1, Christopher Bissel 1.

Rhein-Neckar: Uwe Gensheimer 13, Jannik Kohlbacher 7, Andy Schmid 2, Steffen Fäth 2, Jesper Nielsen 2, Patrick Groetzki 2, Niclas Kirkelökke 1.

Fuchse Berlin-Bergischer 27-24 (12-11)

Fuchse Berlin: Hans Lindberg 6, Fabian Wiede 5, Paul Drux 5, Mijajlo Marsenic 4, Johan Koch 3, Jacob Holm 2, Stipe Mandalinic 2.

Bergischer: Jeffrey Boomhouwer 10, Fabian Gutbrod 4, Arnor Gunnarsson 3, Rafael Baena Gonzalez 2, Max Darj 2, Ragnar Johannsson 1,  Linus Arnesson 1, Sebastian Damm 1.

Göppingen-Ludwigshafen 29-21 (17-8)

Göppingen: Marcel Schiller 7, Tim Kneule 4, Nicolai Theilinger 3, Jacob Bagersted 3, Marco Rentschler 3, Nemanja Zelenovic 2, Josip Peric 2, Sebastian Heymann 2, Kresimir Kozina 2, Tim Sörensen 1.

Ludwigshafen: Max Neuhaus 4, Alexander Falk 4, Jerome Müller 3, Dominik Mappes 2, Frederic Stüber 2, Kai Dippe 2, Jannik Hofmann 2, Jonathan Scholz 1, Maximilian Haider 1.

Hannover-Burgdorf-Magdeburg 31-28 (15-14)

Hannover-Burgdorf: Timo Kastening 8, Morten Olsen 7, Fabian Böhm 5, Mait Patrail 2, Vincent Büchner 2, Ivan Martinovic 2, Ilija Brozovic 2, Nejc Cehte 1, Alfred Jönsson 1, Evgeni Pevnov 1.

Magdeburg: Christian O´Sullivan 7, Matthias Musche 7, Daniel Pettersson 4, Albin Lagergren 2, Marko Bezjak 2, Michael Damgaard 2, Filip Kuzmanovski 1, Tim Hornke 1, Zeljko Musa 1, Erik Schmidt 1.

Minden-Flensburg-H 23-27 (12-13)

Minden: Christoffer Rambo 9,  Savvas Sawwas 4, Juri Knorr 2, Joscha Ritterbach 2, Magnus Gullerud 2, Aliaksandr Padschywalau 2, Miljan Pusica 1, Mats Korte 1.

Flensburg-H: Magnus Abelvik Röd 6, Jim Gottfridsson 6, Niels Versteijnen 4, Lasse Svan 3, Göran Johannessen 2, Johannes Golla 2, Michal Jurecki 1, Marius Steinhauser 1, Simon Jeppsson 1, Magnus Jöndal 1.

Wetzlar-Melsungen 26-31 (17-11)

Wetzlar: Maximilian Holst 6, Anton Lindskog 4, Alexander Feld 4, Stefan Cavor 3, Olle Forsell Schefvert 3, Stefan Kneer 1, Lenny Rubin 1, Kristian Björnsen 1, Emil Frend Öfors 1.

Melsungen: Michael Allendorf 9, Kai Häfner 7, Julius Kühn 5, Dimitri Ignatow 4, Finn Lemke 3, Domagoj Pavlovic 2, Marino Maric 1.

STANDING:

 
1. Hannover-Burgdorf 9 8 0 1 267:231 16
 
2. Rhein-Neckar 9 6 1 2 263:234 13
 
3. Flensburg-H. 9 6 1 2 235:213 13
 
4. MT Melsungen 9 6 1 2 247:237 13
 
5. Kiel 7 6 0 1 215:186 12
 
6. Fuchse Berlin 9 6 0 3 252:224 12
 
7. Leipzig 9 6 0 3 247:252 12
 
8. SC Magdeburg 9 5 0 4 284:252 10
 
9. Erlangen 9 4 2 3 232:233 10
 
10. HSG Wetzlar 9 4 1 4 265:265 9
 
11. Goppingen 9 4 0 5 231:231 8
 
12. Minden 9 3 1 5 235:243 7
 
13. Bergischer 9 3 1 5 242:254 7
 
14. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 8 2 0 6 225:245 4
 
15. Stuttgart 8 1 2 5 201:228 4
 
16. Lemgo 9 1 2 6 241:268 4
 
17. Ludwigshafen 9 1 0 8 214:251 2
 
18. Nordhorn-Lingen 9 1 0 8 220:269 2
 

PHOTO: HC Erlangen

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  1. Pingback: Le HC Erlangen mérite un match nul contre le Rhein Neckar Lowen – Handball Actu

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