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TOP FORM BEFORE TRIP TO COLOGNE: THW Kiel put RNL 9 goals behind

At the end of Bundesliga 2020, but five days before the Men’s EHF Final4 2020 in Cologne, THW Kiel showed great performance against one of the biggest rivals in domestic stage Rhein Neckar Lowen 32:23 (15:11).

THW Kiel captain Domagoj Duvnjak has played his first match after COVID-19 isolation.

THW KIEL – RHEIN-NECKAR LÖWEN: 32:23 (15:11)

THW Kiel: N. Landin (5 saves), Quenstedt (6 saves); Ehrig (n.e.), Duvnjak, Sagosen (5), Reinkind (7), Sunnefeldt, Weinhold, Wiencek (1), Ekberg (9/3), Ciudad, Wäger, Zarabec (1), Schmidt (n.e.), Voigt (7), Pekeler (2); 
Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Palicka (1.-60., 10 saves), Katsigiannis (); Schmid (3), Gensheimer (7/4), Kirkelökke (2), Lagarde, Patrail (1), Tollbring, Ahouansou (1), Abutovic, Groetzki (4), Petersson (2), Gislason, Nielsen, Nilsson (3), Kohlbacher; 

STANDING:

1. Flensburg-H. 13 11 1 1 398:333 23
 
2. Kiel 12 11 0 1 396:318 22
 
3. Rhein-Neckar 14 10 1 3 407:365 21
 
4. Fuchse Berlin 12 9 1 2 351:313 19
 
5. SC Magdeburg 13 8 1 4 389:343 17
 
6. Leipzig 14 7 3 4 370:355 17
 
7. Goppingen 14 6 3 5 378:375 15
 
8. Stuttgart 14 7 1 6 396:399 15
 
9. HSG Wetzlar 15 7 1 7 421:401 15
 
10. Lemgo 15 6 3 6 401:410 15
 
11. Bergischer 14 6 2 6 393:377 14
 
12. Hannover-Burgdorf 14 5 4 5 390:384 14
 
13. MT Melsungen 10 6 1 3 282:270 13
 
14. Erlangen 15 5 3 7 399:401 13
 
15. Minden 12 4 2 6 306:328 10
 
16. Nordhorn-Lingen 15 4 0 11 388:446 8
 
17. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 15 3 1 11 392:446 7
 
18. Ludwigshafen 15 2 2 11 336:411 6
 
19. Essen 12 2 1 9 321:366 5
 
20. Coburg 2000 14 1 1 12 345:418 3

 

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