Krefeld Handball group HSG Krefeld Niederrhein of the third division received at house against GWD Minden II with a rating of 43:29. Goalkeeper Sven Bartmann rested.
Meeting outdoors of sports activities is vital for group cohesion and group spirit, particularly early within the season. On Saturday night, third division handball group HSG Krefeld Niederrhein celebrated a 43:29 (23:13) shootout match at house against second division group GWD Minden, then headed to Kulturfabrik for a night of charts.
In entrance of 428 spectators on the Glockenspitzhalle, the Eagles rapidly figured issues out against a younger group from Westphalia and had been 5 objectives forward after ten minutes (10:5). Coach Mark Schmetz dropped captain Merten Krings for Tim Klaasen for the primary time in his first seven. “We know the way vital Merten is for us. But he couldn’t practice twice this week for skilled causes. Tim has educated very properly and deserves a probability. It provides us a lot of peace and construction within the sport. “Both complement one another properly,” mentioned the coach.
The second innovation was Christopher Klasman, who changed Matdžija Mirčić in possession. In explicit, “KS” Bruren scored 5 of the primary ten objectives. Krings entered the sport within the twenty fourth minute.
Then it was time for Lars Jageniak, who scored 11, 12 and 13 objectives and was HSG’s high scorer with 9 objectives, and was lastly named man of the match. “We continued Gladbeck’s efficiency at this time and we’re coordinating higher and higher,” the pivot mentioned afterwards.
Jagieniak opened the rating within the second half with a purpose that made it 24:13. Only when the rating was 32:22, the coach gave him a break and despatched younger Fritz Bizel to the circle. Other gamers who performed little or nothing within the first two matches additionally took half within the second half. Only Philipp Dommermuth remained on the bench. “He nonetheless has points together with his arm,” Schmetz mentioned.
The recall of No. 1 goalkeeper Sven Bartman has additionally been postponed. “We want him on Saturday in Lemgo,” mentioned Schmetz, who was clearly more than happy together with his group’s efficiency: “We had been centered for 60 minutes, saved the tempo and scored comparatively simply. It was additionally because of our bodily superiority. That’s why we at all times managed to search out a resolution against the open protection of the opponent. Now we are going to take it house.”
HSG: Hasenforter, Koenig – Krings (3), Klassmann (2), Schneider (8), Knoll (3/2), Braun (5), Klaasen (1), Brüren (8/1), Kaysen (2), Jageniak ( 9), Obranovic (1), Bicel (1), Mircic.