Handball Bundesliga: DHfK handball players celebrate their first win of the season against Erlangen

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DHfK handball players celebrate their first win of the season against Erlangen

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Bundesliga handball players SC DHfK Leipzig ended their sporting disaster and celebrated their first win of the season in the fifth recreation. Coach Andre Haber’s staff maintained their lead against beforehand unbeaten Erlangen after a convincing 32-29 (18-17) efficiency on Thursday night time. Patrick Wismach, Simon Ernst and Viggo Kristiansson scored seven instances for SC DHfK in entrance of 3,186 spectators. Before the recreation, winger Makey Gebala, who had prolonged his contract till 2028, scored 5 targets.

Bundesliga handball players SC DHfK Leipzig ended their sporting disaster and celebrated their first win of the season in the fifth recreation. Coach Andre Haber’s staff maintained their lead against beforehand unbeaten Erlangen after a convincing 32-29 (18-17) efficiency on Thursday night time. Patrick Wismach, Simon Ernst and Viggo Kristiansson scored seven instances for SC DHfK in entrance of 3,186 spectators. Before the recreation, winger Makey Gebala, who had prolonged his contract till 2028, scored 5 targets.

“It felt actually good, we have had a troublesome couple of weeks with personnel points. Today it is a ache in our hearts,” nationwide participant Ernst stated on Sky TV. “We can and should construct on it.”

Despite the tumultuous begin to the season, there was no lack of confidence amongst Leipzig residents. They instantly discovered their rhythm in assault, have been extra dynamic than earlier than and used throwing alternatives persistently. Six and a half minutes later, the hosts took the lead 6:3. However, the residents of Erlangen weren’t impressed by this. They took the lead at 15:14 (in the twenty first minute) with a excessive tempo and crowd pleasing ex-Leipzig participant Christoph Steinert. Haber responded by changing Mohamed El-Tayar in aim for the unsuccessful Christian Saveras. The Egyptian instantly shone with a number of saves to assist Leipzig take a slender lead at the break.

In the second half, El-Tayar saved nearly half of the balls and strengthened the wings of the complete staff. The Leipzig staff, who performed as if in useless, scored 5 targets in a row, separated to 26:19 (fortieth), and saved their excessive degree till the final interval. Only in the final 5 minutes did HSE handle to enhance the outcome.

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