US News Füchse Berlin have the upper hand in the top game in Nimes
“New normal”: Hanning hopes for fans to return soon
Bob Hanning is still hoping for handball games in front of spectators this Bundesliga season. In an interview with “Mannheimer Morgen”, the managing director of Füchse Berlin said he understood politics in many things. © Sascha Klahn / dpa Hopes for the early return of fans to the games of the handball Bundesliga: Bob Hanning. “But at some point we have to create a new normal. And handball games with spectators belong to this new normal ”, added the 53-year-old.
The Füchse Berlin have narrowly won the top game in the European League and topped the table.
After the 24:22 (12:13) at USAM Nimes in France, the capitals have the best chance of winning the group. On the one hand, the still unbeaten team of coach Jaron Siewert overtook the French (11: 7) with 12: 2 points.
5: 1 formation works
On the other hand, Nimes only has one game to play in Group B, while Berlin has three. The Bundesliga club can hardly be taken away from first place. "The 5: 1 formation with Marian worked very well and Dejan behind it gave us important saves," said Coach Siewert after the end of the game, referring to goalkeeper Milosavljev's 15 balls (a saved seven meters). "It's a bit annoying that we can't decide the game at 10: 6. In the second half it was a fighting game, we don't make 100% in the attack."
The Foxes' top scorers were Lasse Andersson, Milos Vujovic and Mijajlo Marsenic with five goals each. Backcourt shooter Andersson got a lot of working time due to the absence of Paul Drux (knee problems) and knew how to use it. The Berliners were qualified for the round of 16 before the game.
Urban violence: Castex promises that "nothing will go unpunished" .
Jean Castex and Gérald Darmanin were traveling to Beauvais on Friday, a few days after urban violence in a district of the city. © Stephane Lemouton / Pool / ABACAPRESS.COM "Nothing will go unpunished" and "the republican law will always have the last word", assured Prime Minister Jean Castex on Friday during a trip to Beauvais, for a table round of the "Beauvau de la sécurité", a few days after urban violence in a district of the city.