Bietigheim still unbeaten in Bundesliga

Bundesliga is back in business. Still, no one has been able to beat SG BBM Bietigheim while HSG Bensheim/Auerbach keeps a good pace as number two.

With an entire round of games Wednesday evening there was plenty of action from the top flight teams in Germany. Bietigheim, who has been competing level to level in Champions League during the autumn season, where solid all the way against the previous CL team Borussia Dortmund. 

Veronika Mala, sixth best goalscorer in the World Championship, contributed with six goals in the away win. Newcomer Noemi Hafra got a few debut minutes with potential improve Bietigheim´s back court later in the season.

HSG Bensheim/Auerbach´s team name ”Flames” was appropriate for the offensive discharge taking place on home soil. HSV Solingen-Gräfrath, second last, had to allow 37 goals with Lucie-Marie Kretzschmar (eight) on top.

Thüringer HC in third place survived a tight scare as VfL Oldenburg pushed for a point to the end. Dinah Eckerle´s last second save secured 32–31 for THC with national team player Annika Lott in fire with nine goals. Lott is the best field score in all of the league after nine of 26 rounds.

HSG Bensheim/Auerbach–HSV Solingen-Gräfrath 37–22 (19–12)
HSG Blomberg-Lippe–TuS Metzingen 32-29 (15–15)
Buxtehuder SV–S-U Neckarsulm 26–24 (12–15)
Borussia Dortmund–SG BBM Bietigheim 23–31 (13–16)
Union Halle-Neustadt–BSV Sachsen Zwickau 22–25 (10–10)
Bad Wildungen Vipers–Bayer Leverkusen 25–22 (14–6)
VfL Oldenburg–Thüringer HC 31–32 (19–18)