In the German Cup games that were played on Wednesday, THW Kiel had rather easy game against Fuchse Berlin, winning it 39:28. Palicka was on great form for THW Kiel, saving almost everything from 45th minute onwards, and Fuchse Berlin had no idea how to break him. In the most interesting game, HSV won in Mannheim, after extra time, in a very dramatic match. Rhein-Neckar Lowen took the first half with 14:12, but HSV wins second half with 16:14, with two goals in the last minute, Lackovic and Lindberg the scorers. Then in the added time, HSV wins 5:4, with Michael Kraus returning to the field this game, and being the scorer for the last goal from 7-meters. In the other games, Flensburg had easy game against Bad Schwartau winning 35:22, and same goes for Burgdorf against Friesenheim 34:25. The surprise happened in Neuhausen, where the domestic team Neuhausen/Erms took a victory against the Bundesliga team Frisch Auf Goppingen with 32:30. ← Previous Story England: Handball Proves More Popular Than Ever! Next Story → World Championship (W): Spain makes it to the semi-final!