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Lions beat Zebras for 6

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5.MT Melsungen7511195:17711 4.Fuchse Berlin7511220:18211 11.Hannover-Burgdorf8323207:2158 9.Gummersbach7322194:1948 10.SC Magdeburg8404212:2188 7.Goppingen7502185:15510 6.HSG Wetzlar8512213:21211 15.Eisenach8206210:2684 2.Flensburg-H.9612261:22113 8.Hamburg8413234:2079 13.Lemgo8215211:2435 14.Bergischer8206200:2294 18.N-Lübbecke8008204:2440 Rhein Neckar Lowen continued impressive winning series by beating the biggest rival in DKB Bundesliga – THW Kiel 24:20 (13:7). The “Zebras” simply have no chances against the home team at SAP Arena, who were dominant from the first minute of the match. Now, “Lions” are six points ahead the strongest opponent in the title race…Rhein-Neckar Löwen – THW Kiel 24:20 (13:7)Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Appelgren, Stanic () –  Schmid (2), Gensheimer (7/5), Kneer, Sigurmannsson (n.e.), Banea Gonzalez (2), Larsen, Reinkind (1), Guardiola (2), Steinhauser (n.e.), Groetzki (2), Ekdahl du Rietz (3), Petersson (5), Pekeler (n.e.)THW Kiel: Landin, Katsigiannis () – Duvnjak (3), Toft Hansen, Mamelund, Sprenger (3), Weinhold (2), Dissinger (n.e.), Ekberg (2), Canellas (5/2), Dahmke (3), Vujin (2), Oprea, Anic, Williams (n.e.)STANDINGS: 17.HBW Balingen-Weilstetten8107215:2382 12.Leipzig8314207:2257 dkb bundesligaRhein Neckar LowenTHW Kiel 3.Kiel9603265:23712 .Rhein-Neckar9900261:18718 16.TVB Stuttgart9117230:2723 ← Previous Story Vote for the Handball Moment of the Week #2 Next Story → EHF CL: La Rioja sensational win in Belarus! read more

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