Tande seized control of the famous event’s second event with a stunning jump of 138m and soared 142m with his second to take an inspired victory.
Kamil Stoch, however, claimed the overall tournament lead with jumps of 135.5m and 143m to finish 3.2 points behind Tande’s 289.2 for the day.
Daniel Andre Tande gives Norway their 13th win in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Norway equal Germany (incl. East & West) in 2nd place (Austria 14)
Stoch, the double Olympic champion, holds the lead after the first two events with the legs in Innsbruck and Bischofshofen in Austria to come.
Meanwhile, Stefan Kraft of Austria finished third with jumps of 137m and 140m for 282.4 points after winning the opener in Oberstdorf, Germany.
World Cup leader, 17-year-old Domen Prevc, finished fifth behind Germany’s Markus Eisenbichler.
The next leg of the tournament in Innsbruck takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday.