Kiel Wins Trend-Setting Game Against Aalborg

Kiel Wins Trend-Setting Game Against Aalborg

Aalborg is a Danish professional ice hockey club, which was founded in 2000 and its home matches are played in the Royal Arena. Before the game on Thursday, Aalborg had never won a Champions League match.

The THW Kiel has accomplished the very first away win in the initial round of the handball champions Organization.
On Thursday night, the German record champ won the Danish depicting Aalborg HE with 30:26 (16:14).
The very best thrower of the year was the six-time objective marker Sander Sago sen in the last worldwide initiative of the year.
Kristian Johnson racked up eight objectives for the hosts.
With 10:10 factors, the THW fourth of the team B.

2 early times for Duvnjak-Ekberg was missing out on

After 44 seconds, the Kiel captain Damage Duncan saw the first time fine after a head struck against Aalborg caretaker Simon Made.
The second succeeded a nasty in minute.
Then THW instructor Filip Richey safeguarded the Croatian.

However also without the 34-year-old veteran, the guests that had to do without the ill Nicolas Berg retreated to 11: 6 (17th).
Shortly before the modification of sides, Aalborg had the possibility to equalize at 14:15 (29), however made also lots of blunders.


Many thanks to the really strong goalkeeper Niklas Landing, the Killers brought the game routinely over time in the second half.
Three days prior to the 107th Schleswig-Holstein derby on Sunday (2:00 p.m.) at SG Flensburg-Handewitt, Richey dispersed the procedures times to as lots of shoulders as feasible.
The 18-year-old Henri Pabst was additionally used in the right back area.
The young person scored two goals.

Aalborg from Handhold – the Kiel 26:30 (14:16).

Objectives for Aalborg: Johnson 8, Bartholdi 4, M. Hansen 4/4, Palmerston 4, Randell 3, Anton sen 1, Made 1, Pollard Jensen 1.
Goals for Kiel: Sago sen 6/2, Ranking 5, Whence 4, Bilk 3, Dame 3, Franz 3, Pabst 2, Peeler 2, M. Landing 1, Wallis 1.
Referee: Duarte Santos (Portugal)/ Ricardo Fonseca (Portugal).
Bad guy minutes: 4/10.
Disqualification: -/-.

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