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Mini-series of the Rhein-Neckar Löwen is over again

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Mini-series of the Rhein-Neckar Löwen is over again

As of: February 29, 2024 11:28 p.m

The Rhein-Neckar Löwen’s small series of successes has already come to an end. There was a home defeat against HSV Hamburg in the handball Bundesliga. The MT Melsungen, on the other hand, celebrated a very narrow victory against Eisenach.

The Rhein-Neckar Lions had played their way out of the valley with three recent competitive game wins. Now there was another setback.

The Lions suffered a 34:36 (17:16) home defeat against HSV Hamburg on Thursday evening (February 29, 2024) and remain in ninth place in the middle of the table. Hamburg, on the other hand, initially increased the gap to the relegation zone and are now eleventh.

With eight goals each, left winger Casper Mortensen and backcourt player Zoran Ilic for Hamburg and right winger Tobias Reichmann for the Lions were the most successful.

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Melsungen struggles to win

MT Melsungen celebrated a very narrow victory against Kellerkind ThSV Eisenach. The Melsungers consolidated their fifth place in the table with the 27:26 (15:13) win. The valiantly fighting Eisenachers remain second to last.

The game was evenly balanced throughout the entire game, but in crunch time the favorite from Hesse kept his nerve and managed to maintain a narrow lead over time. Eisenach came very close to winning a point, but missed the chance to equalize with 20 seconds left.

Arnar Freyr Arnarsson (MT Melsungen) throws in the game against ThSV Eisenach

On the day of the match, the Melsungers also announced that the left wing duo had extended their contracts. Florian Drosten signed until 2026, and David Mandic will also remain with the club.

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Hanover-Burgdorf well recovered

Meanwhile, TSV Hannover-Burgdorf achieved their fourth Bundesliga success in a row just two days after losing to Rhein-Neckar Löwen in the European League (24:32). Former national coach Christian Prokop’s team, which had recently ended SC Magdeburg’s winning streak, beat TVB Stuttgart 33:30 (14:17).

Leipzig liberation strike

SC DHfK Leipzig has achieved the hoped-for liberation in the relegation battle. After losing six competitive games in a row, coach Runar Sigtryggsson’s team celebrated a 33:22 (17:10) win against Bergischer HC, which in turn suffered its eighth defeat in a row and slipped ever deeper into the relegation swamp.

The Icelandic backcourt player Viggo Kristjansson, as the best thrower with 14 goals, played a large part in the success of Leipzig, who now gained 17:25 points to gain some breathing room to avoid the relegation zone. The BHC, for whom Eloy Morante Maldonado (6 goals) scored most often, is in 16th place with 13:33 points.

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