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Eight seconds are missing in the top game to win points: men lose 24:25

2021-10-27T12:44:07.376Z

Weilheim / Wolfratshausen - Bitter defeat for the men of HSG Isar-Loisach: The team lost 24:25 (10:10) to leaders TSV Weilheim. The decisive goal came just eight seconds before the end. "The referee was very good, it was a great handball game," said HSG coach Manuel Sauer. "The only thing that doesn't make us happy is the result."



Weilheim / Wolfratshausen - Bitter defeat for the men of HSG Isar-Loisach: The team lost 24:25 (10:10) to leaders TSV Weilheim. The decisive goal came just eight seconds before the end. "The referee was very good, it was a great handball game," said HSG coach Manuel Sauer. "The only thing that doesn't make us happy is the result."

Right from the start you could feel what it was all about.

Many HSG fans traveled with them to Weilheim and, together with the supporters of the home team, made a hell of a noise.

“It was a great atmosphere in the hall,” said Sauer happily.

In contrast to other games this season, the HSG didn't miss the start this time and were already 3-1 in the lead after six minutes.

Then the hosts get four hits in a row.

After the 5: 3 for Weilheim, Sauer took a break, and from then on his team stabilized.

By half time, none of the BOL teams managed to gain more than two goals ahead.

At halftime it was 10:10.

Strong goalkeepers on both sides

Sauer attributed the fact that the game was comparatively low on goals to good defensive work and the two strong goalkeepers Marcel Dinebier and Bartosz Przybylak. Sauer was less satisfied with his team's hit rate: "We didn't bring in several hundred percent chances and seven meters."

This was also the reason why Weilheim was in the lead for almost the entire second half.

After 39 minutes it was 15:13, after 45 minutes 19:17 and five minutes before the end 24:22.

But then Adrian Marcu, who was handicapped by a torn muscle, prevailed twice and equalized 24:24.

There was no hit for four minutes afterwards.

The HSG took a time-out 64 seconds before the end, and Weilheim 39 seconds later.

The last attack had to bring the decision - and Florian Stanzel from Weilheim completed it successfully.

We would have had enough chances to win the game. "

HSG trainer Manuel Sauer

"Conceding a goal so shortly before the end is very bitter," said Sauer.

“A draw would have been deserved.

We would have had enough chances to win the game. "

He is happy that his team is now almost three weeks free, the home game against TSV Herrsching II will not continue until November 14th: "Until then we have to find out how we can get the round into the square."

HSG:

Przybylak (T), Reimann, Teubert 6 (1/1), Tokmak 4 (0/1), K. Seemann 3, Doko, Dinebier (T), Friedrich 3, Marcu 3, Hohenreiter, Herrmann, Wolfgart.

Also read:

Przybylak in an interview: "In my head there is only handball"

Source: merkur

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