With eight field goals, Sebastian Greß was the HCE's most successful thrower in the victory in Ferndorf.

Hats off! HC Elbflorenz won on Saturday evening with a strong performance at TuS Ferndorf and deservedly scooped both points.

Ferndorf – Hats off! Of the HC Florence on the Elbe won after a strong performance with 25:23 at TuS Ferndorf.

With eight field goals, Sebastian Greß was the HCE’s most successful thrower in the victory in Ferndorf. © Lutz Hentschel

Christoph Neuhold, who was loaned to TuS by Dresden, scored the first goal of the game and also initiated the second goal.

But after the 0:2, Rico Göde’s team, who had to do without Nils Kretschmer for a short time, came up trumps.

Sebastian Greß scored the first lead (3:2/7th). After the 3:3, Ferndorf remained without a goal for almost nine minutes, the guests drew away to 7:3.

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Substitute Marius Noack parried a penalty throw from the hosts. Bitter: Rene Zobel injured himself shortly before the break when he shot to make it 12:8.

The Göde team continued their performance seamlessly after the change of sides and increased to 17:11. It became critical when Mindaugas Dumcius saw the red card with the third time penalty (43rd).

As a result, the HCE was missing the third backcourt player, the lead melted to 22:19 (52nd). But Sebastian Greß & Co. also mastered this phase and in the end scooped both well-deserved points.

Greß (8 goals) and Arseniy Buschmann (4) were the most successful throwers for the Dresdeners, who are seventh after their third win in a row.

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