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HSV win in Minden – Lindberg come back with 10 goals!

HSV Handball got back at the winning track after schocking elimination from VELUX EHF Champions League. Martin Schwalb and his players won in Minden 34:28 easily, but the biggest reason why HSV’s fans have to be happy are come-back of fantastic Dane, Hans Lindberg, who scored 10 goals for his team…

GWD Minden: Persson (7 saves); Vortmann (10 saves); Rambo 6, Bilbja 6, Doder 4, Südmeier 3, Schmidt 3, Svitlica 3, Tesch 2, Schäpsmeier 1, Torbrügge, Oechsler, Svavarsson, Kunkel n.e.

HSV Handball: Bitter (18 saves, 1.-60.); Herrmann (n.e.) Lindberg 10/3, Hens, 5, Duvnjak 4, Djordjic 4, Jansen 3, Nilsson 3, Markovic 2, Cañellas 1/1, Lackovic 1, Pfahl 1, Flohr, Schröder n.e., Dominikovic n.e., Toft Hansen n.e.

Results: 1:0 (1.), 1:3 (3), 2:5 (6.), 4:6 (10.), 4:8 (12.), 6:10 (15.), 9:13 (21.), 11:15 (24.), 13:15 (26.), 13:17 (28.), 15:19 (30.) – 15:20 (31.), 16:22 (35.), 17:25 (38.), 18:26 (41.), 20:28 (42.), 23:28 (46.), 23:30 (48.), 25:31 (54.), 28:32 (56.), 28:34 (60.)

STANDINGS:

1. THW Kiel 49:7 +164
2. Rhein-Neckar Löwen 47:9 +181
3. SG Flensburg-Handewitt 46:10 +154
4. HSV Handball 46:10 +95
5. Füchse Berlin 38:18 +72
6. MT Melsungen 34:22 +31
7. SC Magdeburg 31:25 +31
8. TuS N-Lübbecke 27:29 -34
9. TSV Hannover-Burgdorf 26:30 -47
10. TBV Lemgo 25:31 -30
11. HSG Wetzlar 23:31 -23
12. FRISCH AUF! Göppingen 21:35 -15
13. VfL Gummersbach 20:34 -63
14. TSV GWD Minden 20:36 -55
15. Bergischer HC 17:39 -76
16. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 14:42 -72
17. ThSV Eisenach 11:45 -136
18. TV Emsdetten 7:49 -177

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