Egypt’s national team achieves the fifth successive victory in the World Handball Championship

Egypt’s men’s handball team managed to achieve its fifth successive victory in the World Championship after defeating its Bahraini counterpart, 26/22, in the second main round match of the World Championship hosted by Sweden and Poland, which will continue until January 29, to ensure qualification for the quarter-finals.

The Pharaohs of the Hand team had previously defeated Croatia 22/31 in the first round, then Morocco 19/30 and finally America 16/35, achieving the full score, before beating Belgium 33/28 in the kick-off of the main round.

The handball team succeeded in achieving victory in today’s match to ensure an official rise to the quarter-finals of the tournament, especially as it succeeded in winning the first main round match against Belgium with a score of 28/33 to take the lead in Group D, in light of a tie between Croatia and Denmark yesterday.

The handball team is scheduled to conclude the main round matches by facing Denmark the day after tomorrow, Monday, at nine thirty in the evening.

And he managed Egypt national team Qualifying for the main round of the World Handball Championship held in Poland and Sweden, achieving the full mark in the first round, by defeating Croatia, Morocco and the United States of America.

And the Spanish technical director of the Pharaohs, Roberto Barondo Garcia, succeeded in grinning his fangs at the kick-off in the first round to get a morale boost that gives confidence to the players.

The final list of the Egyptian national team in the World Handball Championship includes:

Goalkeeper: Karim Hindawy (Zamalek) – Abdul Rahman Hamid (Al-Ahly) –

Muhammad Ali (Sinfin of Spain), left wing: Omar Al-Wakil Bakkar (Zamalek) – Ahmed Moamen Safa (Zamalek), left back: Ali Zain (Romanian Dynamo Bucharest) – Hassan Kaddah (Zamalek), right wing: Muhammad Sanad (French Nimes) – Akram Yousry (Zamalek), right back: Mohsen Ramadan (Al-Ahly) – Mohab Saeed (Al-Ahly), playmaker: Yahya Al-Der’ (Hungary’s Vesprem) – Ahmed Hisham El-Sayed “Dodo” (French Nimes) – Saif Al-Der’ (French Limoges), The circle: Mohamed Mamdouh Hashem (Dynamo Bucharest, Romania) – Ibrahim Al-Masry (Al-Ahly) – Ahmed Adel (Al-Ahly) – Shady Khalil (Zamalek) and Ahmed Khairy Al-Ahly.


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