Danish show when Flensburg and Berlin split the points

It was all about the Danish players in yesterday’s big game, Flensburg versus Füchse Berlin. 46 of the 62 goals were scored by Danish players. And as teams, nothing could separate the two, who shared a point each.

After Magdeburg’s upsetting loss last weekend, Füchse Berlin had the chance to expand their lead over the reigning Champions League champions. But they had to do it against Flensburg, who, before the weekend, had yet to drop a point at home court.

It was Füchse Berlin who started the best, and the duo of Hans Lindberg and Mathias Gidsel seemed unstoppable at first. But when Flensburg’s Danish players, with Emil Jakobsen leading the charge, got hot, the home team came closing in. At halftime, the score was tied.

Nothing changed in the second half; nevertheless, Flensburg had the lead with 90 seconds remaining. But it was a day where nothing could separate the two teams. It was evident from the start, so with 2 seconds left, Lasse Andersson scored the 62nd goal of the match, securing one point for the away team.

It was not only Andersson’s fifth goal of the match but also Denmark’s 46th goal of the match, with Danish players scoring nearly 75 percent of all the goals.

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