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Handball | HBL: Foxes Berlin wrestle SC Magdeburg in East Crime


The SG Flensburg-Handewitt has maintained its leading position in the Handball Bundesliga. The German champion sat down at the bottom of HSG Nordhorn-Lingen with 29:20 (16: 9) durch.Mit now 22: 6 points lead the Flensburg the classification in front of the TSV Hannover-Burgdorf (20: 6). Best SG-thrower was Magnus Röd with eight goals. Patrick Miedema scored six goals for the hosts.

    
For Flensburg backcourt player Holger Glandorf, coach Maik Machulla and his assistant Mark Bult, it was a successful journey into the sporting past. Glandorf played from 1999 to 2009 for the HSG, Machulla wore from 2002 to 2010, Bult from 2003 to 2007 the Nordhorn jersey. The promoted held against the master only a good quarter of an hour to 5: 7. Then the SG moved on and off. In the 36th minute, the lead in the 19: 9 for the first time ten goals. Already on Saturday (20:00 clock), the North Germans are again in international use. On the program is the Champions League away game at the Spanish champions FC Barcelona. The first leg in front of a home crowd the Flensburg had lost significantly with 27:34. Foxes wrestle Magdeburg down a fought match delivered on Thursday the SC Magdeburg and the foxes Berlin, which decided the captains with 29:27 (14:14) for themselves. Already in the first half the referee team showed twice the red card. First against the Berlin Fabian Wiede after a foul on Marko Bezjak (21), then against the Magdeburg Piotr Chrapkowski, the Paul Drux had tackled too hard (23). "It was a crazy game, especially because of the two red cards. A big reason for the defeat was the goalkeeper of Berlin, who has saved a lot of balls, you have to look at it and then you can tell more exactly what it was, but currently you just want to hide, "said Matthias Musche . Fox coach Velimir Petkovic got a time penalty shortly before the break because he had not left the field in time after a break. Decisive scene was a seven-meter, the Magdeburgs Musche missed in the final minute at 27:28 against the Berlin goalkeeper Dejan Milosavljev. No problems had the MT Melsungen, who won their home game against Frisch Auf Göppingen with 30:17 (16: 7). The Bergische HC defeated TBV Lemgo Lippe 35:33 (19:16). HSG Nordhorn-Lingen – SG Flensburg-Handewitt 20:29 (9:16). – Goals: Miedema (6), Heiny (2), Weber (2/2), Vorlicek (2), Possehl (2), Prakapena (1), Leenders (1), Verjans (1), Zare (1), Pöhle (1), Kalafut (1) for Nordhorn – Röd (8/1), Sogard (6), Jondal (4/1), Golla (3), Glandorf (2), Svan (2), Jeppsson (2) , Versteijnen (1/1), Gottfridsson (1) for Flensburg. – Spectators: 3226SC Magdeburg – Foxes Berlin 27:29 (14:14). – Goals: Lagergren (6), Damgaard (6), Musche (5), Hornke (4/3), Pettersson (2), Bezjak (2), Musa (1), O'Sullivan (1) for Magdeburg – Liundberg (10/4), Holm (5), Marsenic (4), Drux (3), Wiede (2), Simak (2), Müller (1), Matthes (1), cook (1) for Berlin. – Spectators: 6600MT Melsungen – FA Göppingen 30:17 (16: 7). Goals: Allendorf (6/3), Salger (5), Ignatow (5), Kühn (4), Maric (3), Lemke (2), Mikkelsen (2), Pavlovic (2), Sidorowicz (1) Melsungen – Zelenovic (4), Kozina (2), Kneule (2), Rentschler (2), Bagersted (1), Peric (1), Slikovic (1), Theilinger (1), Sörensen (1/1), Schiller (1), Hermann (1) for Göppingen. – Viewers: 4032Bergic HC – TBV Lemgo Lippe 35:33 (19:16). Goals: Fraatz (9), Boomhouwer (7/3), Majdzinski (5), Darj (4), Babak (3), Arnesson (3), Stutzke (3), Baena Gonzalez (1) for the BHC – Elisson (8/2), Guardiola (4), Carlsbogard (4), Schagen (4/1), Cederholm (3), Baijens (3), Klimek (2), Theuerkauf (2), Kogut (2) for Lemgo. – Spectators: 2481

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