HSV – BHC in Handball Bundesliga: Bergischer HC disappointed by HSV Hamburg

HSV Hamburg received (33:23) in 5 matches of Handball Bundesliga 2022/2023! You can learn extra in regards to the match progress, lineup and aim of the match between HSV Hamburg and Bergischer HC right here.

HSV Hamburg vs Bergischer HC: Handball Bundesliga match report on September 22, 2022

The venue for the sport was Barclays Arena HSV Hamburg versus Bergisher HCit’s for the fifth spherical handball-Bundesliga 2022/2023 season was scheduled for September 22, 2022. HSV Hamburg began the sport properly and took a 15:11 lead earlier than halftime and had been capable of clear the opposition staff. This pattern continued in the second half of the 12 months. HSV Hamburg put in a commanding efficiency and in the tip the house followers celebrated the victory properly.
The finest scorer of Bergischer HC was Noah Beyer with 6 objectives. Kasper Mortensen was the highest scorer for HSV Hamburg with a complete of 11 objectives.

Final rating: 33:23 (15:11).

Statistics of the sport HSV Hamburg – Bergischer HC for the season 2022/2023

All aim scorers for HSV Hamburg vs Bergischer HS

Objectives of JSC Bergisher:
Noah Beyer (6)
Isaac Persson (3)
Luke Stutzke (3)
Tom Babak (2)
Frederick Ladefoged (2)
Linus Arneson (2)
Alexander Wake (2)
Tim Nothdurft (1)
Arthur Thor Gunnarsson (1)
Tom Kaare Nicolaisen (1)

Goals HSV Hamburg:
Casper Mortensen (11)
Daniel Baijens (7)
Jacob Lethen (6)
Fredrik Bo Andersen (2)
Nicholas Weller (2)
Azat Valiullin (2)
Dominic Axman (1)
Ivan Budalic (1)
John Bitter (1)

Punishment

yellow playing cards
1x Bergischer HC (Tom Kaare Nicolaisen)
1x HSV Hamburg (Dominik Axmann)
2 minutes penalty
3x Bergischer HC (Linus Arneson, Jibril M’Bengou, Linus Arneson)
4x HSV Hamburg (Niklas Weller, Jacob Lassen, Niklas Weller, Tobias Schimmelbauer)

The sport progress is learn

2nd minute: Linus Arnesson (Bergischer HC) -> Goal 0:1
4th minute: Noah Beyer (Bergischer HC) -> 7m aim 0:2
4th minute: Dani Baijens (HSV Hamburg) -> Goal 1:2
4th minute: Niklas Weller (HSV Hamburg) -> 2 minute penalty
fifth minute: Arnor Thor Gunnarsson (Bergischer HC) -> Goal 1:3
5 minutes: Kasper Mortensen (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 2:3
sixth minute: Jacob Lassen (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 3:3
seventh minute: Kasper Mortensen (HSV Hamburg) -> Goal 4:3
eighth minute: Linus Arnesson (Bergischer HC) -> Goal 4:4
eighth minute: Dominik Axmann (HSV Hamburg) -> Goal 5:4
ninth minute: Tim Notdurft (Bergischer HC) -> Goal 5:5
ninth minute: Tom Kaare Nikolaysen (Bergischer HK) -> yellow card
tenth minute: Dani Baijens (HSV Hamburg) -> Goal 6:5
eleventh minute: Dominik Axmann (HSV Hamburg) -> yellow card
eleventh minute: Kasper Mortensen (HSV Hamburg) -> Goal 7:5
In the sixteenth minute: Azat Valiullin (HSV Hamburg) -> Goal 8:5
seventeenth minute: Alexander Vek (Bergischer HK) -> Goal 8:6
seventeenth minute: Niklas Weller (HSV Hamburg) -> Goal 9:6
18 minutes: Dani Baijens (HSV Hamburg) -> Goal 10:6
18th minute: Kasper Mortensen (HSV Hamburg) -> Goal 11:6
nineteenth minute: Lukas Stutzke (Bergischer HK) -> Goal 11:7
20 minutes: Lukas Stutzke (Bergischer HK) -> Goal 11:8
20 minutes: Frederik Bo Andersen (HSV Hamburg) -> Goal 12:8
twenty first minute: Noah Beyer (Bergischer HC) -> 7m aim to 12:9
twenty first minute: Niklas Weller (HSV Hamburg) -> 2 minute penalty
22 minutes: Dani Baijens (HSV Hamburg) -> Goal 13:9
twenty fourth minute: Tom Kaare Nikolaysen (Bergischer HC) -> aim 13:10
twenty fourth minute: Jacob Lassen (HSV Hamburg) -> 2 minute penalty
twenty fifth minute: Linus Arnesson (Bergischer HC) -> 2 minute penalty
twenty seventh minute: Kasper Mortensen (HSV Hamburg) -> Goal 14:10
thirtieth minute: Noah Beyer (Bergischer HC) -> 14:11 to 7m aim
half-hour: Jacob Lassen (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 15:11
thirty second minute: Isak Persson (Bergischer HC) -> aim 15:12
32 minutes: Azat Valiullin (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 16:12
thirty fourth minute: Jacob Lassen (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 17:12
thirty fifth minute: Lukas Stutzke (Bergischer HC) -> aim 17:13
thirty fifth minute: Kasper Mortensen (HSV Hamburg) -> 7m aim 18:13
thirty sixth minute: Niklas Weller (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 19:13
thirty seventh minute: Djibril M’Benge (Bergischer HC) -> 2 minute penalty
thirty seventh minute: Kasper Mortensen (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 20:13
thirty ninth minute: Noah Beyer (Bergischer HC) -> aim 20:14
fortieth minute: Dani Baijens (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 21:14
fortieth minute: Jacob Lassen (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 22:14
forty first minute: Jacob Lassen (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 23:14
forty second minute: Johannes Bitter (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 24:14
forty third minute: Isak Persson (Bergischer HC) -> aim 24:15
forty fourth minute: Noah Beyer (Bergischer HK) -> Goal 24:16
forty fifth minute: Frederik Ladefoged (Bergischer HC) -> aim 24:17
forty fifth minute: Kasper Mortensen (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 25:17
forty sixth minute: Dani Baijens (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 26:17
forty seventh minute: Isak Persson (Bergischer HK) -> aim 26:18
47 minutes: Kasper Mortensen (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 27:18
forty eighth minute: Jacob Lassen (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 28:18
fiftieth minute: Tomas Babak (Bergischer HK) -> aim 28:19
50 minutes: Frederik Bo Andersen (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 29:19
fiftieth minute: Tobias Schimmelbauer (HSV Hamburg) -> 2 minute penalty
52nd minute: Linus Arnesson (Bergischer HC) -> 2 minute penalty
53rd minute: Tomas Babak (Bergischer HK) -> aim 29:20
fifty fifth minute: Noah Beyer (Bergischer HC) -> aim 29:21
56 minutes: Dani Baijens (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 30:21
57 minutes: Kasper Mortensen (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 31:21
58th minute: Alexander Vek (Bergischer HC) -> aim 31:22
58 minutes: Ivan Budalić (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 32:22
sixtieth minute: Frederik Ladefoged (Bergischer HC) -> aim 32:23
sixtieth minute: Kasper Mortensen (HSV Hamburg) -> aim 33:23

Bergischer HC: composition and background

These gamers acted for Bergischer HC:

Bergisher HC staff
12 – Peter Johannesson, Sweden
7 – Simen Nikolai Schoenningsen, Norway
8 – Tim Notdurft, Germany
9 – Alexander Weck, Germany
11 – Arnor Thor Gunnarsson, Iceland
14 – Frederik Ladefoged, Denmark
18 – Yannick Fratz, Germany
19 – Tomas Babak, Czech Republic
24 – Linus Arneson, Sweden
28 – Tom Bergner, Germany
30 – Tom Kaare Nikolaysen, Norway
1 – Christopher Rudek, Germany
33 – Jibril M’Bengue, Germany
2 – Noah Beyer, Germany
3 – Isak Persson, Sweden
39 – Lucas Stutzke, Germany

Bergischer HC Season Overview 2021/2022
The membership Bergischer HC took the first place in the ultimate desk in the season 2021/22.Handball. Bundesliga It was achieved with a rating of 29:29. There are loads of adjustments forward of the beginning of the brand new season as supervisor Sebastian Hinze leaves the membership after 10 years, together with 9 different gamers. Sebastian Hinze will get a spot on the membership’s wall of fame. Jeffrey Boomhauer returns to Olsmehr. Sebastian Damm additionally leaves the staff. Max Darge goes to Berlin Foxes. Maciej Majdzinski retires with three cruciate ligament tears. Emil Hanson can be now not enjoying in the Bundesliga. Jonas Leppić and Joonas Klama additionally parted methods after the final sport of the season.

HSV Hamburg: composition and background

HSV Hamburg began the match in opposition to Bergischer on September 22, 2022 with the next line-up.

HSV Hamburg staff
1 – Johannes Bitter, Germany
77 – Dani Baijens, Netherlands
55 – Azat Valiullin, Russia
80 – Ivan Budalic, Croatia
2 – Tobias Schimmelbauer, Germany
6 – Kasper Mortensen, Denmark
9 – Jacob Lassen, Denmark
13 – Niklas Weller, Germany
14 – Lucas Ossenkopp, Germany
15 – Dominik Axmann, Germany
21 – Frederik Bo Andersen, Denmark
27 – Thies Bergemann, Germany
33 – Nikolai Teilinger, Germany
34 – Thor Feit, Germany

HSV Hamburg season evaluate 2021/2022
HSV Hamburg completed 14th in the Bundesliga in the 2021/22 handball season and thus secured relegation. The Hanseatic City staff received twelve out of 34 video games. They scored 26:42 with 919:960 objectives. Both offensively and defensively, you’re in the center of the desk. Danish left-again Kasper Mortensen is the 4th all-time main scorer with 206 objectives. With the final sport of the season (in opposition to TBV Lemgo), HSV gamers Manuel Spaeth, Philipp Bauer and Lucas Ossenkopp ended their energetic handball careers.

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