Handball: VfL already clinching fourth win

VfL Gummersbach have already secured their fourth win of the season. The Oberberg group celebrated a 29:24 (16:9) victory in opposition to TVB Stuttgart in entrance of two,921 spectators on the Schwabe Arena. The consequence additionally reveals the course of the sport when it comes to peak. It was solely within the opening spherical that each groups performed at eye stage earlier than Gummersbacher took the reins and took a cushty lead. In the second half, head coach Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson’s group initially confidently took the lead in entrance of their house crowd, however misplaced their readability within the remaining levels on account of some negligence.

Gummersbach began within the backcourt with Dominic Mapes, Julian Koster and Tom Jansen, and Tibor Ivanisevic made his first protection within the third minute on objective. At the opposite finish, circle participant Elidi Withersen confirmed his power for the second time within the fifth minute, when he leveled it at 2-2. The preliminary part was characterised by easy ball defeats and missed alternatives by each groups. After 4 goalless minutes on the sector, Mapes gave the sport its first blue-and-white lead within the nineteenth minute (3-2). In the following jiffy, VfL received off to a greater begin with keeper Ivanisevic backing sturdy. As a consequence, three hits by Tylen Kodrin and one other hit by Jensen raised the rating to 7:3 by the sixteenth minute, leading to a first-time time-out for Stuttgart.

But the Oberbergis turned on. Another saved ball from Ivanisevic paved the best way for Koster’s first five-goal lead for Gummersbach (10:5, 18th minute). The hosts placed on a greater efficiency and prolonged their result in 12:5 within the twenty first minute with two objectives from Lukas Blohme. VfL confirmed a extremely targeted efficiency, particularly in marking work, and Ivanisevic had a goalkeeper in good temper between positions, who additionally saved a TVB penalty within the twenty third minute. A number of issues got here collectively in a playful method due to blue and white individuals. In the twenty sixth minute, Matthias Hesseler took the lead at 14:6 and within the twenty eighth, Ivanisevic rose to the spot once more together with his fingers in a seven-meter throw from Stuttgart. The groups went into the half-time break, with an equally clear 16:9 lead for VfL.

Despite the lead within the again, Gummersbacher had a tricky time initially of the second spherical. In the primary jiffy after the restart, Withersen took the lead with six objectives within the thirty seventh minute earlier than scoring the primary objective for Blue and White within the second half (17:10) and Heussler scored a objective to make it 18. added minutes later. :10. The Sigurdsson group continued to play independently, being particularly attentive to the defensive group and at all times holding the Swabians at a distance. With 23:13 within the forty fifth minute, Withersen scored ten objectives for the primary time between VfL and TVB.

The company from the south of Germany began the ultimate leg with three consecutive objectives (23:16, forty ninth minute), however they didn’t upset VfL. A save by substitute Fabian Norstein was applauded by followers as loudly as Blohm’s subsequent counter-attack made it to 24:16 (fiftieth minute). Overall, nevertheless, the Gummersbackers had been far too careless with their probabilities. Also, within the 56th minute Stappen Zemann noticed a pink card for a foul on Egon Hanusz. Due to his carelessness, VfL made the sport thrilling once more when he was solely two objectives forward (26:24) within the 59th minute. However, Hkon Dadi Sturmisen instantly made the preliminary determination in favor of the hosts with 27:24, earlier than Norsten scored once more and Withersen scored his eleventh objective of the sport (28:24, sixtieth minute). Blohm scored the ultimate level with a profitable shot at an empty objective for Stuttgart (29:24) a second earlier than the ultimate whistle.

Gummersbach is sixth within the desk with 8:2 factors. For the VfL, the league continues on Sunday, 2 October in Frisk auf Göppingen.

Goal scorers: Withersen 11, Blohm 5, Kodrin 3, Hesseler 3, Maps 3/1, Jensen 2, Koster 1, Stirmison 1

Coach Vote:

Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson (VFL Gummersback): I’m very blissful that we managed to attain two factors, although it was very near me ultimately. I did not really feel rather well earlier than as we speak. When I noticed the beginning line-up from Stuttgart with their quick, clever backcourts, I used to be amazed at how effectively we coated. I used to be very pleased with my protection and naturally Tibor did effectively. Initially we felt nervous. We missed alternatives and had a nasty one-on-one. In the second half, the primary three or 4 minutes had been once more uninteresting, however nonetheless we managed to attain ten objectives. Stuttgart then switched to a 5-1 protection and it put strain on us. We did not dare to throw or had been too naive and pat the ball on our toes. We did not do what we had deliberate throughout that part, however on the finish of the day I’m glad each factors stayed at Gummersbach.

Roy Sanchez (TVB Stuttgart): Congratulations to Gummersbach on the win. Of course that is disappointing for us. We made plenty of technical errors and performed unsafe handball, particularly within the first half. Sometimes we weren’t in a position to catch the ball correctly. Things received higher for us within the second half. The group put up an amazing battle all through the sport, however didn’t play freely in its thoughts. It was solely after we misplaced the sport at 23:13 that we had a transparent head and will play our handball. We should hold engaged on ourselves and analyze our errors. The stage we offer doesn’t match the extent of our gamers. Over time and with a transparent head, we will definitely return to regular operations. I want the VFL all one of the best as they’re at the moment among the finest handball taking part in groups within the league.

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