MTV Müden is the name of the first derby winner in the men’s handball regional top league: the boys of Örtze lastly safely beat the “Bears” from HBV 91 Celle 26:20 (8:9) in Hermannburg. VfL Westercelle additionally bought their first win: 32:31 in opposition to MTV Tostedt was nearer than it ought to have been.
MTV Mueden – HBV 91 Celle 26:20 (8:9)
MTV was happy after a superb begin to the season – many wouldn’t have believed he was succesful. However, the circle duel was not engaging. No objectives had been scored in the first 4 minutes, after which HBV entered the recreation first. A drained individual couldn’t carry out the actions accurately. And when there have been alternatives, “Selle” goalkeeper Sergey Luts made an impediment. In addition, HBV skillfully dragged the tempo and performed very lengthy assaults, whereas Müden wished to attain at tempo. The Bears led 4-1 and 7-4 at the break, however Mewden bounced again earlier than halftime.
18 objectives in two halves
According to MTV, the second half was significantly better in assault (18 objectives), the photographs had been extra concentrated and the strong protection at all times opened up alternatives for the counter assault. Apart from that, the goalkeepers of the hosts Fabian Jablonski and Felix Eggers additionally carried out nicely. Strong participant coach Torben Ehlert was additionally satisfied.
Too many particular person actions
The temper was a bit of completely different for the underdogs, who additionally misplaced playmaker Benjamin Kaplik for a brief interval of time. Coach Moritz Kaplik noticed a superb begin, however too many particular person actions and too little joint motion and no construction. “In the first half we did every part nicely, in the second half we left it in the dressing room. We have quite a bit of work forward of us.”
MTV Mueden: F. Eggers, F. Jablonski in the aim; Mays, Ehlert (6), Engelke (3), Nedelko, D. Jablonski, Y. Jablonski (2), Wörsdorfer (4), Bock (4), Borchert, Schmull (1/1).
HBV 91 cells: Lutz in aim; Kentel, Donner (2), Bach (4), Sievert (3), Reinbold (9/2), Stechert, Zacke (2).
VfL Westercelle – MTV Tostedt 32:31 (15:12)
Luca Schnur was briefly sidelined, however VfL actually wished to win and withstood the strain. After the 8:3 (tenth) recreation, every part appeared to crumble for the infallible player-coach Jan-Patrick Thie. But the guests, who had been very unconventional, prompted VfL issues repeatedly, particularly in assault. In this manner, Tostedt was in a position to stage the rating at 25:25 in the 51st minute with sturdy Michael Stander.
Strong younger Siverling
Now it was the sturdy younger Liam-Bailey Siverling who took issues into his personal palms. He scored 26:25 and led his staff to victory with wonderful composure. “We had been deserved winners the entire recreation,” stated Tiede, who noticed many small errors make life troublesome for the black and yellow staff. In the finish, it was a staff effort that introduced victory.
VfL Westercell: Gabriel is at the gate; Werner (6/1), Lobenstein (7), Tiede (9), Seeman, Brunschoen, D. Muller (4), Wöhler, Suslik, Peterson, Klapprot (4), L.-B. Siverling (4), fable.