Norway's Halvor Egner Granerud won his sixth event of the FIS Ski Jump World Cup season in Titisee-Neustadt in Germany ©Getty Images

Norway's Halvor Egner Granerud has won on the second day of competition at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup in Titisee-Neustadt in Germany.

The overall World Cup leader recorded a total of 299.4 points, narrowly edging his compatriot Daniel Andre Tande, the runner-up with a score of 297.0.

It was Granerud's sixth victory of the season and his first since his five-event winning streak came to an end on December 20.

Austria's Stefan Kraft, the defending World Cup champion, won the bronze medal with a mark of 291.3 points.

Germany's Markus Eisenbichler and Norway's Marius Lindvik completed the top five.

Polish pair Kamil Stoch and Piotr Żyła, first and third yesterday, were far down the order.

Żyła was 16th, a place ahead of Stoch, whose winning streak ended after three events. 

It comes off the back of Stoch, a three-time Olympic champion, winning the Four Hills Tournament earlier this month.

Their team-mate, Dawid Kubacki, was sixth place and 2018-2019 World Cup winner Ryōyū Kobayashi of Japan seventh.

Japan's Yukiya Sato, Poland's Jakub Wolny and Austria's Daniel Huber completed the top 10.

Eisenbichler and Stoch follow Granerud in the overall World Cup standings this season.

The next leg of the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup is due to take place next Sunday (January 17) in Zakopane in Poland.