While the German handball champion SG Flensburg-Handewitt has digested the double setback against the TSV Hannover-Burgdorf well, The Lower Saxons have quickly landed in reality after their high-altitude flight.
Flensburg defeated the foxes Berlin in the top game of the Bundesliga with 27:23 (12:9) and climbed in the table with 11:5 points to the capitals (10:6) past rank three.
Hanover, on the other hand, in the eighth game at which strong MT Melsung with 25:31 (15:17) the first season low, but remains a table leader with 14:2 points. The team of Carlos Ortega had won last in the league and Cup against Flensburg.
Record Champion THW Kiel celebrated at Table-16. TBV Lemgo Lippe had a 30:27 (17:12) working victory and remains at the top with two games less and 10:2 points than the fifth on feel-up. In Mannheim, the Rhine Neckar lions also preserved their white vest in the local hall thanks to 13-hits by National Team Captain Uwe Gensheimer. The Badens won the last high-powered HSG Wetzlar with 29:26 (15:9) and remain with 12:4 points in the second table.
In Berlin, a balanced game developed first, in which Flensburg only finished with three goals at the end of the first half. In the second half, the SG quickly expanded its lead in front of 6204 spectators to five goals and ended up celebrating an undisputed success.
Flensburg had announced before the party that the contract with cyclist Johannes Golla was extended prematurely by two more years to 2023. The young national player “thanked” himself with three hits for the trust. The most successful pitcher for the winner was Magnus Red with five goals, and Hans Lindberg (4/1) met best with the Berliners. In Melsungen, Kai Hafer, the national player, with his seven hits from the Hannover table leader, was unstoppable.