DKB Bundesliga Hannover wins in Berlin

An interesting weekend is behind us in DKB Bundesliga. The favorites in the strongest league in the world struggling to stay on the winning track even at home court. Fuchse Berlin lost home match against Hannover 28:29 for a headache of Dagur Sigurdsson, who obviously has a problem to find a form of his team at the start of a new season…MT Melsungen – HSG Wetzlar 28:28Bergischer – Minden 32:30TUS Lubbecke – HSV Handball 28:34Erlangen – Gummersbach 25:24HC Erlangen: Oliver Hess, Ole Rahmel (je 6), Nikolai Link (5), Christoph Nienhaus, Sebastian Preiß  (je 2), Bastian Krämer, Sigurbergur Sveinsson, Martin Stranovsky, Stanko Sabljic (je 1).VfL: Magnus Persson (5), Florian von Gruchalla (5/3), Raul Santos (4), Andreas Schröder, Julius Kühn, Simon Ernst, Alexander Becker (je 3), Christoph Schindler (2), Joakim Larsson, Gunnar Steinn Jonsson (je 1).Fuchse Berlin – Hannover Burgdorf 28:29Bietiegheim – Balingen 25:29STANDING: 1.Rhein-Neckar Löwen12:2+40 0 8.VfL Gummersbach7:7+4 16.HSV Handball4:10-1 2.THW Kiel10:4+22 7.Bergischer HC7:5-1 19.SG BBM Bietigheim2:12-41 14.TuS N-Lübbecke5:9-8 13.TSV Hannover-Burgdorf5:7-3 10.SG Flensburg-Handewitt6:4+11 11.Füchse Berlin6:6+7 9.MT Melsungen7:7+3 3.SC Magdeburg9:3+12 15.TBV Lemgo4:6-7 5.HBW Balingen-Weilstetten9:5-9 6.HSG Wetzlar7:5+12 dkb bundesligaFuchse Berlinhannover handball 17.HC Erlangen3:9-30 ← Previous Story Sensation in Zagreb – Flensburg’s disaster in Kolding Next Story → VIDEO: EHF CL BEST 7 – Round 1 12.TSV GWD Minden6:8+4 4.FRISCH AUF! Göppingen9:3+7 18.TSG Lu-Friesenheim2:8-22 read more