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THW Kiel beat MT Melsungen after European failure

After elimination from EHF Champions League in two matches against PSG Handball, THW Kiel saved the first place at German Bundesliga in hard battle with MT Melsungen 29:28 (13:11). Exausted team led by Filip Jicha stayed on the winning way, but still a lot of matches are ahead of team until the end of the season on June 27.

THW KIEL – MT MELSUNGEN: 29:28 (13:11)

THW Kiel: N. Landin (1.-60., 8/1 saves), Quenstedt (n.e.); Ehrig (2), Duvnjak (5), Sagosen (8), Reinkind (1), M. Landin (1), Sunnefeldt, Weinhold (7), Ekberg (3/3), Ciudad (n.e), Dahmke, Zarabec, Voigt (n.e.), Horak, Pekeler (2);
MT Melsungen: Heinevetter (13 saves), Simic (); Maric (5), Kühn (6), Lemke, Komenhans, Reichmann (1), Kunkel, Mikkelsen, Danner, Arnarsson (1), Allendorf (2), Häfner (6), Salger, Kastening (7/3), Pavlovic;

STANDING:

1. Kiel 29 26 1 2 926:768 53
2. Flensburg-H. 28 24 3 1 855:733 51
3. Rhein-Neckar 31 20 2 9 921:842 42
4. SC Magdeburg 29 19 2 8 874:765 40
5. Goppingen 30 16 6 8 838:815 38
6. Fuchse Berlin 29 16 2 11 811:769 34
7. MT Melsungen 29 15 2 12 827:802 32
8. HSG Wetzlar 30 14 4 12 846:816 32
9. Lemgo 28 13 5 10 764:771 31
10. Leipzig 29 14 3 12 767:773 31
11. Bergischer 29 13 3 13 803:767 29
12. Erlangen 29 11 4 14 783:785 26
13. Stuttgart 30 12 2 16 804:855 26
14. Hannover-Burgdorf 29 10 5 14 794:805 25
15. Minden 30 8 7 15 788:830 23
16. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 31 10 2 19 826:888 22
17. Ludwigshafen 30 8 3 19 723:800 19
18. Nordhorn-Lingen 31 7 3 21 789:907 17
19. Essen 31 5 1 25 824:925 11
20. Coburg 2000 28 3 2 23 704:851 8
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