September 22

HSV missed the chance – Balingen won point in O2 Arena

HBW BalingenHSV Handball 16.HBW Balingen-Weilstetten14:34-64 6.MT Melsungen30:18+31 8.TSV Hannover-Burgdorf24:24-36 4.HSV Handball38:10+76 17.ThSV Eisenach11:37-121 9.TBV Lemgo23:25-4 7.SC Magdeburg24:24+4 12.HSG Wetzlar17:29-31 15.Bergischer HC15:33-46 14.VfL Gummersbach16:30-51 11.TSV GWD Minden18:30-41 5.Füchse Berlin34:14+74 13.FRISCH AUF! Göppingen17:31-7 18.TV Emsdetten7:41-147 1.THW Kiel42:6+140 2.Rhein-Neckar Löwen39:9+141 3.SG Flensburg-Handewitt38:10+103 10.TuS N-Lübbecke23:25-21 After Melsungen beat THW Kiel, nobody expected that HSV could miss the chance to get closer to the DKB Bundesliga leader, but that happened in  O2 Arena in Hamburg where over 8.000 fans watches only draw between their team and outsider HBW Balingen 26:26 (11:12).HSV Handball: Bitter (15/1 P., 1-50., 57.-60.); Cleverly  Cañellas 9/6, Schröder 4, Duvnjak 4, Nilsson 4, Pfahl 3, Lackovic 1, Hens 1, Mahé 0/1, Jansen, Flohr, Toft Hansen, Dominikovic, Djordjic n.e., Markovic n.e.HBW Balingen-Weilstetten: Katsigiannis (11 P., 1.-60.); Rutschmann , Liniger 5/4, Böhm 4, Tubic 4, König 3, W. Strobel 3, Schlinger 2, M. Strobel 2, Häfner 2, Theuerkauf 1, Foth, Ettwein, Ilitsch ← Previous Story French Cup (TOP 16): PSG beat Montpellier! Next Story → FCM beat Vardar – Thuringer close to F4! read more