Bundesliga club SG Flensburg-Handewitt has not bare in the fight for second place and the qualification for the Champions League. On Saturday evening, the team of coach Maik Machulla defeated the promoted HSV Hamburg with 33:23 (15:14) in the northern duel.
The home side turned particularly after the break and quickly screwed up the lead. Left -wing Hampus Wanne (eight goals) and left -handed Teitur Einarsson (six goals) were the most successful throwers at the SG. Left -wing Casper Mortensen also scored six goals for the Hamburgers. With 42 points, the SG moves up to two points at the second in the table THW Kiel.
HC Erlangen won the duel of the two losers of the Cup semi-final games. At 33:27 (15:18) against TBV Lemgo Lippe, back room shooter Simon Jeppsson led the HCE to the away win with eight goals. At the TBV, the 17 goals from Andreas Cederholm (9) and Bjarki Mar Elisson (8/2) were not enough. Erlangen jumps on the eleventh place in the table and is therefore only one place behind Lemgo.
“I have to compliment the team,” said Raul Alonso, coach and sports director of the HC Erlangen: “It is impressive what development steps the team has last done is a result of our hard work. It makes me proud and very happy that we only put such a performance like 48 hours after the victory against Melsungen. “
SG Flensburg -Handewitt – HSV Hamburg 33:23 (15:14)
Tore for Flensburg: Wanne (8/3), Einarsson (6), Gottfridsson (4), Golla (3), Steinhauser (3), Sogard (3), Larsen (3), Hald Jensen (1), Hasenkamp (1), Svan (1)
Goals for Hamburg: Mortensen (6/3), Andersen (4), Axmann (3), Bauer (3), Wullenweber (3), Weller (2), Theilinger (1), Forstbauer (1)
TBV Lemgo Lippe – HC Erlangen 27:33 (18:15)
Gates for TBV: Cederholm (9), Elisson (8/2), Suton (5), Simak (1), Schagen (1), Guardiola Villaplana (1), Zerbe (1), Carlsbogard (1)
Gates for the HCE: Jeppsson (8/1), Metzner (6), Sellin (5), Zechel (4), Bissel (4), Steinert (2/2), Olsson (1), OBYR ( 1), Büdel (1), Firnhaber (1)