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Rhein Neckar Lowen are back on winning track!

DKB Bundesliga leaders Rhein Neckar Lowen are back on the winning track after first season’s defeat against Melsungen! Nikolaj Jakobsen guys won tight home match against “world champions” Fuchse Berlin 28:26 (14:11) to keep first place and very good chances in Championship’s race, where Lions looking for the first title ever.

Uwe Gensheimer netted nine goals, while Petar Nenadić couldn’t help his team even with 10 goals for 60 minutes…

Rhein-Neckar Löwen – Füchse Berlin 28:26 (14:11)

Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Appelgren, Ristovski () –  Schmid (2), Gensheimer (9/4), Kneer, Sigurmannsson (n.e.), Baena (5/3), Mensah (2), Guardiola (1), Steinhauser (n.e.), Groetzki (1), Ekdahl du Rietz (3), Pekeler, Petersson (5)

Füchse Berlin: Heinevetter (ab 17.), Petr Stochl () – Wiede (6), Elisson (3/3), Fritz, Vukovic (1), Struck, Gojun (1), Vrazalic, Weyhrauch, Nenadic (10), Tönnesen (1), Plaza Jimenez, Nielsen (3), Petersen (1)

STANDINGS:

1. Rhein-Neckar 15 14 0 1 426:327 28
2. MT Melsungen 14 11 2 1 411:344 24
3. Flensburg-H. 14 11 1 2 424:342 23
4. Kiel 13 10 0 3 383:332 20
5. Fuchse Berlin 15 8 3 4 434:395 19
6. HSG Wetzlar 14 9 1 4 375:361 19
7. Hamburg 14 8 1 5 408:377 17
8. Goppingen 14 8 0 6 368:339 16
9. SC Magdeburg 14 6 2 6 388:392 14
10. Gummersbach 14 6 2 6 376:384 14
11. Leipzig 14 6 2 6 373:388 14
12. Hannover-Burgdorf 14 5 4 5 374:391 14
13. Lemgo 14 4 2 8 380:429 10
14. TVB Stuttgart 14 1 3 10 366:427 5
15. Eisenach 14 2 1 11 370:460 5
16. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 13 2 0 11 354:402 4
17. Bergischer 14 2 0 12 352:410 4
18. N-Lübbecke 14 0 2 12 365:427 2
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