DKB Bundesliga derby RNL walkover Fuchse Berlin

Fuchse BerlinRhein Neckar Lowen Rhein Neckar Lowen showed strentgh against the rival who show the most in current part of DKB Bundesliga – Fuchse Berlin 37:23 (18:9). It was a perfect night for boys of Nikola Jacobsen. They played extremely good in defense, to put their rivals more than 10 goals behind even at the beginning of the second half (23:10, 35). Everything until the end was just a question of routine…Rhein-Neckar Löwen – Füchse Berlin 37:23 (18:9)Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Appelgren, Palicka; Schmid (7), Sigurdsson (10/3), Radivojevic, Baena, Tollbring, Mensah (5), Pekeler (6), Reinkind (2), Taleski (1), Guardiola (2), Petersson (2), Rnic, Groetzki (2)Füchse Berlin: Heinevetter, Stochl; Elisson (1), Lindberg (1/1), Zachrisson (5), Mandalinic (3), Gojun, Fäth, Drux (2), Wiede (7), Kopljar, Schmidt, Urios (2), Struck (2), VukovicTABELA:1. Rhein-Neckar 17 14 0 3 519:417 282. Fuchse Berlin 17 13 1 3 512:469 273. Flensburg-H. 16 12 1 3 474:407 254. Hannover-Burgdorf 16 11 2 3 451:420 245. Kiel 17 11 1 5 502:440 236. SC Magdeburg 17 11 0 6 523:472 227. MT Melsungen 16 10 2 4 434:413 228. Leipzig 16 10 1 5 452:425 219. Lemgo 17 7 3 7 448:465 1710. HSG Wetzlar 16 6 2 8 417:404 1411. Minden 17 4 6 7 451:474 1412. Goppingen 16 3 6 7 437:448 1213. Gummersbach 16 5 0 11 409:451 1014. Stuttgart 17 4 1 12 411:470 915. Erlangen 16 3 3 10 377:445 916. Huttenberg 16 2 3 11 407:462 717. Ludwigshafen 16 2 2 12 370:437 618. N-Lubbecke 17 1 4 12 382:457 6 ← Previous Story World Handball Referee 2017 – Martin Gjeding and Mads Hansen Next Story → EHF RANKING: German and Hungarian teams at the TOP