Germany

“SC Magdeburg is the best team in the world”

After beating Aalborg, Barca and SG Flensburg Handewitt, the proud of the Eastern Germany, SC Magdeburg have took the another big scalp – THW Kiel at Wunderino Arena!

The team of Bennet Wiegert beat the biggest German team 29:27 (16:15).

THW KIEL – SC MAGDEBURG: 27:29 (15:16)

THW Kiel: N. Landin (1.-60., 13/1 saves), Quenstedt (n.e.); Ehrig (n.e.), Duvnjak (3), Reinkind (4), M. Landin (4), Wiencek (3), Ekberg (6/4), Ciudad (n.e.), Dahmke (n.e.), Zarabec (3), Horak, Bilyk (1), Pekeler (3); Trainer: Jicha
SC Magdeburg: Jensen (), Green (1.-60., 13 saves); Chrapkowski, Kristjansson (2), Pettersson, Magnusson (6/3), Hornke (2), Weber (1), Gullerud (4), Mertens (3), Saugstrup (4), O’Sullivan (5), Bezjak, Smits, Damgaard, Preuss (1); Trainer: Wiegert

STANDING:

1. SC Magdeburg 8 8 0 0 238:204 16
2. Fuchse Berlin 8 7 1 0 241:201 15
3. Kiel 8 5 2 1 239:196 12
4. Hamburg 9 5 1 3 263:245 11
5. Goppingen 8 4 2 2 222:222 10
6. Flensburg-H. 7 4 1 2 206:184 9
7. Lemgo 7 3 2 2 196:182 8
8. MT Melsungen 8 3 2 3 201:214 8
9. Erlangen 8 3 1 4 202:212 7
10. Rhein-Neckar 7 3 1 3 202:205 7
11. Bergischer 7 3 1 3 174:177 7
12. Leipzig 7 3 1 3 184:176 7
13. HSG Wetzlar 7 2 1 4 195:189 5
14. N-Lubbecke 8 2 0 6 181:204 4
15. Stuttgart 8 2 0 6 222:246 4
16. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 8 2 0 6 200:234 4
17. Hannover-Burgdorf 7 2 0 5 174:195 4
18. Minden 8 0 0 8 185:239 0

PHOTO: IHF

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