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Füchse Berlin confidently beat Tatran Presov

2021-10-26T20:38:03.753Z

The Füchse Berlin also won their second game in the group stage of the European League. On Tuesday evening, the Bundesliga handball team won in front of 2025 spectators in the Max-Schmeling-Halle against the Slovakian champion Tatran Presov with 36:23 (18:11). This means that the Foxes in Group A are second behind the Poles of Wisla Plock.



The Füchse Berlin also won their second game in the group stage of the European League.

On Tuesday evening, the Bundesliga handball team won in front of 2025 spectators in the Max-Schmeling-Halle against the Slovakian champion Tatran Presov with 36:23 (18:11).

This means that the Foxes in Group A are second behind the Poles of Wisla Plock.

Berlin - Best Berlin thrower was Milos Vujovic with ten goals.

Coach Jaron Siewert gave captain Paul Drux a break, but Matthes Langhoff was in the squad.

The game started out evenly.

The Füchse tried to speed up, but Presov was also successful a few times after conceding goals with quick counter attacks.

Ironically, a minority of Berliners ensured that the foxes were able to break away for the first time.

The Slovaks had taken out their goalkeeper, but that went wrong.

Because after winning the ball, the hosts were able to score two goals and extend the lead to 13: 9.

Afterwards the foxes were better and so they got more simple goals until the break.

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The Füchse Berlin have expanded their streak of success in the handball Bundesliga.

On Sunday, in front of 3322 spectators in the Max-Schmeling-Halle, Berlin won against HC Erlangen with 35:30 (20:16).

For coach Jaron Siewert's team, it was the fifth win in their fifth league game.

The hosts' best throwers were Hans Lindberg and Tim Matthes with seven goals each.

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The Füchse Berlin have continued their series and remain unbeaten in the handball Bundesliga.

At TSV Hannover-Burgdorf, the Berliners won on Thursday evening with 25:22 (13:12).

The capital city's best thrower was Hans Lindberg with six hits.

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Eisbären Berlin miss the CHL round of 16

The Eisbären Berlin celebrated their first victory in the Champions Hockey League (CHL), but no more chance of the last sixteen of the European Ice Hockey Cup.

On Tuesday evening, the German champions won 6: 3 (2: 1, 3: 1, 1: 1) against the top Swiss club HC Lugano in the arena at Ostbahnhof.

Blaine Byron scored two goals, and Simon Després, Zach Boychuk, Leonhard Pföderl and Yannick Veilleux scored for the capital city.

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With the clear break in the back, the foxes had everything under control in the second half.

Also because the Slovaks were slowly losing their strength and could not keep up the pace of the first half.

Immediately after the break, the foxes pulled away at 22:13.

After that, they didn't let anything burn.

dpa

Source: merkur

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