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Magdeburg put fingers in Kiel-Flensburg race!

SC Magdeburg put fingers into the Championship race of THW Kiel and SG Flensburg Handewitt. The home team at “GETEC Arena” beat reigning champions “Zebras” 34:33 to help Flensburg to overtake position No.1 by beating Stuttgart in away clash – 32:30.

SC Magdeburg: Thulin (1.-60., 15 saves), Green ( 1/1 save); Musa (8), Chrapkowski, Kluge, Steinert, Pettersson, Magnusson (9/2), Hornke (3), Gullerud (1), Mertens (6), O’Sullivan (2), Bezjak (2), Damgaard (3), Preuss; Trainer: Wiegert
THW Kiel: N. Landin (1.-24., 31.-43., 7/1 saves), Quenstedt (24.-30., 43.-60., 6 saves); Ehrig, Duvnjak (3), Sagosen (4/1), Reinkind (3), M. Landin (n.e.), Sunnefeldt (n.e.), Weinhold (2), Wiencek (2), Ekberg (8/3), Ciudad, Dahmke (8), Zarabec, Horak (1), Pekeler (2); Trainer: Jicha

STANDING:

1. Flensburg-H. 34 29 4 1 1043:885 62
2. Kiel 33 29 1 3 1059:878 59
3. SC Magdeburg 33 22 2 9 1004:882 46
4. Rhein-Neckar 33 20 3 10 977:900 43
5. Fuchse Berlin 33 20 2 11 931:860 42
6. MT Melsungen 33 18 2 13 932:914 38
7. Goppingen 33 16 6 11 924:908 38
8. Leipzig 33 17 3 13 877:882 37
9. HSG Wetzlar 33 16 4 13 940:896 36
10. Lemgo 32 14 5 13 867:889 33
11. Bergischer 33 15 3 15 904:876 33
12. Erlangen 33 13 4 16 897:907 30
13. Hannover-Burgdorf 33 11 6 16 890:904 28
14. Stuttgart 34 12 3 19 908:966 27
15. Minden 34 9 7 18 886:941 25
16. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 33 11 2 20 880:945 24
17. Ludwigshafen 33 10 3 20 802:874 23
18. Nordhorn-Lingen 33 7 3 23 834:961 17
19. Essen 34 5 1 28 902:1022 11
20. Coburg 2000 32 4 2 26 805:972 10

PHOTO. SC Magdeburg

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