The Rhein-Neckar Löwen also kept their clean sheet against Bergische HC in the Handball Bundesliga and are again leaders. Interim coach Michael Schweikardt celebrated a perfect debut at TVB Stuttgart on Thursday evening (09/29/22).
The Mannheim team won in a close game 27:26 (13:11) at Bergisches HC and also left the record as the winner in the sixth game of the season. Löwen trainer Sebastian Hinze was satisfied with “Sky”: “We’re currently a team that doesn’t think too much and believe in the system. But we have to know what we need to do to reach the level, and we’re doing well at the moment.”
The BHC kept the game open until the end, Niclas Kirkelökke only scored seconds before the end to win for the lions. Uwe Gensheimer was the guests’ best thrower with six goals.
Stuttgart and Wetzlar with first victories
Meanwhile, TVB Stuttgart, who parted ways with coach Roi Sanchez just a few days ago, celebrated their first win of the season. Thanks to a strong second half, the Swabians, under interim coach Michael Schweikardt, won 32:28 (13:12) against TVB Lemgo Lippe. “It was an exciting game. But on the sidelines, I think I always have to be calm and I tried.”Schweikardt said to the pay TV broadcaster “Sky”.
Minden and Hamm-Westphalia remain pointless
On the other hand, GWD Minden and promoted ASV Hamm-Westfalen are still without points. Despite a big fight, Minden lost to TSV Hannover-Burgdorf 34:35 (16:17), Hamm had no chance at 23:29 (10:12) against HSG Wetzlar.