Kiel, the record champion, suffered a loss, while Champions League winner SC Magdeburg maintained its steady climb towards the top of the Handball Bundesliga table. THW, facing their fourth defeat in five league games, fell to a narrow 34:35 (15:16) defeat against SC DHfK Leipzig. Meanwhile, SC Magdeburg secured a 31:29 (13:14) victory over TSV Hannover-Burgdorf, putting them right behind league leader Füchse Berlin.
While THW conceded its fourth defeat in the past five league games with a 34:35 (15:16) loss at SC DHfK Leipzig, SC Magdeburg moved up to second place behind league leader Füchse Berlin with a 31:29 (13:14) win over TSV Hannover-Burgdorf.
However, the victory against Hannover was a hard piece of work for the SCM, which was even behind at the break. It was not until four seconds before the end of the game that right winger Daniel Pettersson removed all doubts with his goal to make it 31:29. SCM’s best scorer was back-rower Omar Ingi Magnusson with seven goals, five of which came from the penalty spot. Uladzislau Kulesh scored six times for the visitors from Lower Saxony.
Like Magdeburg, the SG Flensburg-Handewitt, fourth in the table, remains close to the top. Coach Nicolej Krickau’s team won its home game against second-bottom HBW Balingen-Weilstetten 32:28 (15:14) after a tough battle and had its best scorer in back-rower Teitur Örn Einarsson (7).
On the other hand, TBV Lemgo Lippe remains rooted at the bottom of the table after a 21:26 (9:12) home loss to Frisch Auf Göppingen. Josip Sarac, with eight goals, played a pivotal role in securing victory for the Göppingen team, which is steadily edging closer to the top half of the table.
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