Niklas Landin Jacobsen (born 19 December 1988) is a Danish handballer for THW Kiel as well as the Danish national team.He has actually formerly played for Rhein-Neckar Löwen. He is European Champion with the Danish nationwide group, after winning the 2012 Championship in Serbia, beating the host country in the final, 21– 19. Niklas Landin is the captain of the Danish national team.In 2011 as well as 2013, he won silver medal at the Globe Males s Handball Championship. In 2016, he was component of the Danish group that won Olympic gold. With the Danish national team, he won the 2019 World Males s Handball Champion. He is the older sibling of fellow THW Kiel gamer and also Danish worldwide Magnus Landin Jacobsen. Landin Jacobsen was called the IHF World Gamer of the Year for 2019. In 2021, he won the 2021 Globe Men s Handball Champion, publishing a conserve rate of 30%.
Newcomer Tus N-Lübbecke has made the great sensation and won his home game in the Handball Bundesliga against recordmaster THW Kiel. On Saturday, the TUS prevailed in 1534 spectators with 29:25 (13: 9). Best Lübbecker Werfer at the first victory over Kiel For 19 years, Tom Schkrobien was with nine goals. For the Zebras, which has not won four league games in series, Sander Sagosen was seven times successful.
After the return of Sagosen and Steffen Weinhold from the Corona quarantine, the THW was able to compete in best occupation, but the accents put the hosts. With an intensive defense against a good event of Aljosa Rezar, the TuS made the keel against big problems. Peter Strozack achieved the first leadership of the hosts at 4: 3 (7.), Jan-Eric Speckmann expanded by seven meters to 12: 6 (26th).
After change, THW-Coach Filip Jicha relied on the seventh field players, but the desired success did not turn. Although Kiel shortened at 16:19 (42.), but then the Tus sat down again. With great combative use, the newcomer earned the lead over time.
In the second game of the evening, the Bergische HC sat safely with 30:20 (15:10) against the SC DHFK Leipzig. Outstanding player of the game was BHC-Keeper Christopher Ruber with 16 parades.
TuS N-Lübbecke – THW Kiel 29:25 (13: 9)
Goals Tus N-Lübbecke: Skraulic 9, Heiny 6, Strozack 6, Mrakovcic 3, Petreikis 2, Speckmann 2/2, Nissen 1
THW Kiel: Sagosen 7/4, Ekberg 6/3, M. Landin 5, Duvnjak 3, Bilyk 1, Honig 1, Reinkind 1, Weinhold 1
Referee: Thomas Kern (Bellheim) / Thorsten Kuschel (Haßloch)
Criminal minutes: 6/10
Disqualification: \ – / –
Bergischer HC – DHFK Leipzig 30:20 (15:10)
Gates Bergischer HC: ARNESTON 7/4, Gutbrod 5, Damm 4, Nikolaisen 4, A. Gunnarsson 3, Bergner 2, Stutzke 2, D. Schmidt 1, SZÜCS 1, Wake 1
DHFK Leipzig: Wiesmach 4/2, Witzke 4, M. Gebala 3, Ivic 2, Jotic 2, Mamic 2, Ernst 1, ash 1, Remke 1
Referee: Adrian Kinzel (Bochum) / Sebastian Grobe (Bochum)
Criminal minutes: 6/6
Disqualification: \ – /