Through a 31:26 (16:11) victory at TSV Hannover-Burgdorf, the Flensburg strengthened third place in the handball Bundesliga. The runner -up is 46:12 points just behind record champions THW Kiel (48:10) and can therefore continue to hope for participation in the Champions League. In addition, second place in the championship is entitled. The Foxes Berlin (44:12) also hope in second place.

“What was not a good thing is that we end up with the high leadership a little,” said DHB captain Johannes Golla at “Sky”. “Then we tore it around again, but this phase clouds the joy a bit. Such phases are annoying and cost unnecessarily.” The Dane Emil Jakobsen protruded with nine goals at the Flensburgers, and Golla also convinced with six goals.

Leaders SC Magdeburg (52: 4) had already taken the next step to win the title for 21 years with a 38:36 at HC Erlangen on Saturday.

The Rhein-Neckar Löwen prevailed against the Bergisches HSC, trained by their future coach Sebastian Hinze, with 24:22 and climbed in 8th place in the table.

In the relegation battle, TVB Stuttgart celebrated an eminently important 26:25 (10: 8) victory at the penultimate GWD Minden on Sunday. With 20:38 points, the Swabian cushion is already seven points.

In addition to Minden, the table-16 must also. HBW Balingen-Weilstetten After 29:32 (16:18) against TBV Lemgo Lippe and the bottom TuS N-Lübbecke, who was defeated by HSV Hamburg with 24:32 (13:15), further trembling.

statistics

12. Gameday

TSV Hannover-Burgdorf-SG Flensburg-Handewitt 26:31 (11:16)

** Tore TSV Hannover-Burgdorf: Martinovic 5, Mävers 5/3, Böhm 4, Edvardsson 4, Brozovic 2, Feise 2, J. Hansen 2/1, Cehte 1, Pevnov 1
SG Flensburg-Handewitt: E. M. Jakobsen 9/2, Golla 6, Larsen 5, Svan 4, Gottfridsson 3, Einarsson 2, Hald 1, Johannessen 1
Referees: Tanja Kuttler (Meckenbeuren)/Maike Merz (Meckenbeuren)
viewer: 5512
Criminal minutes: 4/2
Disqualification: \ – / –

29. Gameday

Bundesliga Handball spiel FULL GAME SG Flensburg Handewitt - TVB 1898 Stuttgart 30 - 29

Rhein -Neckar Löwen – Bergischer HC 24:22 (13:11)

Tore Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Kohlbacher 9, Lagergren 5/1, Groetzki 3, Schmid 3, Kirkelökke 2, Helander 1, Knorr 1
Bergischer HC: Arnesson 6/2, D. Schmidt 5, Stutzke 4, Babak 2, Darj 2, Nikolaisen 2, A. Gunnarsson 1
Referee: Thomas Kern (Bellheim)/Thorsten Kuschel (Haßloch)
viewer: 5131
Criminal minutes: 6/6
Disqualification: \ – / –

GWD Minden – TVB Stuttgart 25:26 (8:10)

Tore GWD Minden: Pieczkowski 7, Darmoul 5, Jukic 4, Urban 4/1, Korte 2, Grebenc 1, Kranzmann 1, Meister 1
TVB Stuttgart: Hanusz 5, V. Kristjansson 5/2, Zieker 5, Pfattheicher 4, Nicolaus 3, Jer. Müller 2, M. Häfner 1, White 1
Referee: Adrian Kinzel (Bochum)/Sebastian Grobe (Bochum)
viewer: 1314
Criminal minutes: 10/6 Disqualification: – / –

HBW Balingen -Weilstetten – TBV Lemgo Lippe 29:32 (16:18)

Tore HBW Balingen-Weilstetten: Lipovina 12/3, Schoch 8, Heinzelmann 3, Nothdurft 2, Thomann 2, Beciri 1, Ingason 1
TBV Lemgo Lippe: Elisson 10/3, Schagen 5, Simak 4, Suton 4, Carlsbogard 3, Hutecek 3, Zerbe 3
Referee: Fabian Baumgart (retirement home)/Sascha Wild (Elgersweiher)
viewer: 2051
Criminal minutes: 8/4
Disqualification: \ – / –

HSV Hamburg – TuS N -Lübbecke 32:24 (15:13)

Tore HSV Hamburg: Mortensen 9/4, Bergemann 6, Weller 5, Theilinger 4, Bauer 3, Axmann 2, Wullenweber 2, M. Späth 1
TuS N-Lübbecke: Skroblien 5/3, Spohn 5, Mrakovcic 4, Baumgärtner 3, Strosack 3, Y. Dräger 2, Petrovsky 2
Referee: Andre Kolb (Augsburg)/Markus Kauth (Taufkirchen)
viewer: 3125
Criminal minutes: 8/8
Disqualification: Wullenweber (33.) / –