Fox move into Final Four after a famous catch-up

The Berlin foxes have reached the Final Four in the Handball EHF Cup with a force act. The Bundesliga player from the capital won the quarterfinals on Saturday against RK Nexe Nasice from Croatia with 25:16 (14:9) and made up for the 20:28 defeat from the example.

The outstanding national player Fabian Wiede led his team to 5.000 spectators in the Max Schmeling Hall with seven goals to the deserved success. against weak Croats. Steffen Feith added five hits.

The foxes, where Mattias Zachrisson returned after his knee injury, set off swinging and quickly led 4:0 (6). The determination to catch up was evident to the Berliners. The good mood continued with every other fox hit. After 22 minutes it was 11:4 for the hosts.

But then the foxes lost some of their line and threw away shortly before the break and shortly afterwards painful counter-hits to 14:12 (33). But the Berliners continued to run and rewarded themselves for their morality with the 22:14 (53), thus catching up. The foxes built up the lead and at the end they celebrated with their enthusiastic fans an impressive achievement.

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