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Reichmann and Drux in DHB

The DHB handball at the crucial World Cup play-offs are against the Faroe Islands in a modified formation. For the injured Kastening and Heymann, Gislason Tobias Reichmann (Mt Melsungen) and Paul Drux (Füchse Berlin) nominated. The short-term lack of left-handed Fabian Wiede is initially not replaced.

On the first leg, the DHB team at Captain Johannes Golla on Wednesday (18.15 pm / Sport1) in Kiel enters, the decision falls on Saturday (20.00 pm / in the stream at ZDF.de) in Torshavn. Only the winner qualifies for the next World Cup (10 to 28 January 2023) in Poland and Sweden.

The current DHB bid

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Tor: Till Klimpke (HSG Wetzlar), Andreas Wolff (Vive Kielce)
Field: Tobias Reichmann (Mt Melsungen), Lukas Zerbe (TBV Lemgo Lippe), Marcel Schiller (Frisch on Göppingen), Lukas Mertens (SC Magdeburg), Jannik Kohlbacher (Rhein-Neckar Löwen), Johannes Golla (SG Flensburg -Handewitt), Tim Zechel (HC Erlangen), Luca Witzke (SC DHFK Leipzig), Julian Köster (Vfl Gummersbach), Kai Häfner (Mt Melsungen), Simon Ernst (SC DHFK Leipzig), Julius Kühn (Mt Melsungen), Paul Drux (Füchse Berlin), Juri Knorr (Rhein-Neckar-Löwen), Djibril M’bengue (FC Porto)

Thriller: Magdeburg remains a hair in the tournament

The current HBL leabers from Magdeburg moved through a 36:35 (21:19) against Sporting Lisbon into the round of the last eight, in the first leg both clubs had separated 29:29.

The Füchse Berlin and the TBV Lemgo Lippe differed on Tuesday.

But in turn…

Only Magdeburg can maintain the golden balance sheet

Magdeburg has difficult for a long time against the Portuguese league leader, Lukas Mertens first achieved the winner for 15 seconds. But superior actor was Omar Ingi Magnusson with ten goals. Opponents in the quarterfinals (April 26/3 May) is the French Topclub HBC Nantes, the previous year’s finalist Berlin turned off.

The Berliner documents meanwhile Nantes in the Max-Schmeling Hall with 30:33 (15:14) and separated after 24:25 in the first leg. Berlin would have needed a victory with two hits for the Champions League finalists from 2018 and was still in the target until 25: 23 leadership, but afterwards lost the thread.

For Cup winner Lemgo was the 28:28 (13:12) at Wisla Plock from Poland too little. The team of coach Florian Kehrmann had lost the first leg with 28:31.

SC Magdeburg vs. TBV Lemgo Dezember 2021
Last season, three German teams had reached the semi-finals, in the past 17 editions of the competition, the winner did not come from Germany only once.

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