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Sports Löwen present - Stuttgart wins at bitter comeback

23:25  26 november  2020
23:25  26 november  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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Party comes after Bayern Munich beat Stuttgart 2-0 to return to form. Goals either side of half-time from Arjen Robben and David Alaba sealed the win which helped Bayern get back on track in the Bundesliga.

The Rhein-Neckar Löwen have returned to the top of the table in the handball Bundesliga for the time being. Not far behind the Mannheimers, the TVB Stuttgart moved up to third place in the comeback of national goalkeeper Johannes Bitter.

Er hatte gut lachen: Johannes Bitter. © imago images He had a good laugh: Johannes Bitter.

Also thanks to Uwe Gensheimer's accuracy, the Mannheimers prevailed against HSG Wetzlar on Thursday evening with 37:24 (18:11). The national team captain was the most successful thrower of the game with nine goals.

At 36:24 (20:11) against HSG Nordhorn-Lingen, Bitter, the 2007 world champion, was back on the record for the first time after his corona infection and immediately showed a strong performance. The 38-year-old hadn't even been able to train with the team again because his negative test result was only a few hours before the game.

SouveränrLöwen consolidate table leadership

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Also Frisch Auf Göppingen stays close to the top positions thanks to the sixth game in a row without defeat. In the 32:28 (14:13) success at TuSEM Essen, national player Marcel Schiller was once again the Swabian top scorer with ten goals. A strong performance and Noah Beyer's twelve goals did not help the promoted team to win.

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Frisch Auf Göppingen: Schiller 10/4, Zelenovic 8, Heymann 4, Bagersted 2, Ellebaek 2, Kozina 2, Goller 1, Kneule 1 , Rentschler 1, Smarason 1

Referee: Adrian Kinzel (Bochum) / Sebastian Grobe (Bochum)

penalty minutes: 8/8

disqualification: - / -

HBW Balingen-Weilstetten - DHfK Leipzig 20:20 (9: 9 )

goals HBW Balingen-Weilstetten: Thomann 8/4, Nothdurft 4, Saueressig 3, Lipovina 2, Niemeyer 2, Wiederstein 1

DHfK Leipzig: Krzikalla 4/1, Mamic 4, Ph. Weber 4, M. Gebala 3 , Wiesmach 3/3, Pieczkowski 1, Remke 1

Referee: Mirko Krag (Frankfurt / M.) / Marcus Hurst (Oberursel)

penalty minutes: 12/10

disqualification: Kirveliavicius (38th / 3rd time penalty) / -

Rhein-Neckar Löwen - HSG Wetzlar 37:24 (18:11)

goals Rhein-Neckar Löwen: Gensheimer 9/1, Groetzki 5, Lagarde 5, Kohlbacher 4, Schmid 4/1, Kirkelökke 2, Lagergren 2, Patrail 2, Tollbring 2, Nielsen 1, Petersson 1

HSG Wetzlar: Forsell Schefvert 5, Cavor 4, Lindskog 4, Weissgerber 3, Björnsen 2, Fredriksen 2, Rubin 2, Henningsson 1, Srsen 1

Referee: Stefan Schneider (Barleben) / Colin Hartmann (Magdeburg )

penalty minutes: 2/4

disqualification: - / -

TVB Stuttgart - HSG Nordhorn-Lingen 36:24 (20:11)

goals TVB Stuttgart: M. Häfner 8, V. Kristjansson 5/1, Zieker 5, Schulze 4, Lönn 3, Peshevski 3, Pfattheicher 2, Weiß 2, Wieling 2, Jer. Müller 1, Röthlisberger 1

HSG Nordhorn-Lingen: Miedema 5, Mickal 4/1, Stegefelt 4/1, Kalafut 3, Leenders 2, Possehl 2, Pöhle 2, R. Weber 1/1, Zare 1

Referee: Suresh Thiyagarajah (Gummersbach) / Ramesh Thiyagarajah (Gummersbach)

penalty minutes: 12/6

disqualification: - / -

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