THE BALL – Portugal beat Hungary and close the group leader (Handball)

This Monday, Portugal defeated Hungary, by 27-20, ending group D of the 2023 World Cup group stage (Poland / Sweden) in first place. The Heroes of the Sea, who’ve already certified for the ‘major spherical’ of the world championship, should win to advance to the subsequent stage with two factors and, to remain in the lead, it’s essential to beat Hungary by the distinction of no less than minus seven objectives. A troublesome purpose, however one which Portugal achieved.

The National Team dominated the recreation from an early age, with Hungary all the time behind the end result. In 18 minutes, the nationwide crew was main 10-2, forcing Chema Rodríguez, the coach of Benfica who gathered the duties as coach of Hungary, to ask for 2. timeout virtually follows. In the purpose, Miguel Espinha, who was chosen as the man of the match, can’t be blamed, having made 15 purpose saves.

Heróis do Mar, with out coach Paulo Pereira on the bench, as a result of he noticed the suspension improve from two to 3 video games (see accompanying information), thus including two victories to the group, towards South Korea and Hungary, advancing to the subsequent stage with two factors, the similar as Iceland and Hungary.

Remember, right here, all the feelings of the recreation:

60′ – Final match: Portugal 27-20

59′ – 27-20, Goal for Hungary, by Rosta.

59′ – 27-19, Goal for Portugal, by André Gomes.

57′ – 26-19, Goal for Hungary, by Bóka.

56′ – 26-18, Goal for Hungary, by Bodó.

56′ – 26-17, Goal for Portugal, by Francisco Costa.

55′ – 25-17, Goal for Hungary, by Hanusz.

54′ – André Gomes was dominated out for 2 minutes.

54′ – 25-16, Goal for Portugal, by Rui Silva.

52′ – 24-16, Goal for Hungary, by Ancsin.

51′ – 24-15, Goal for Portugal, by Diogo Branquinho.

51′ – Miguel Espinha once more and had 15 saves.

49′ – Miguel Espinha lit up once more.

49′ – 23-15, Goal for Hungary, by Bodó.

48′ – 23-14, Goal for Portugal, by André Gomes.

47′ – 22-14, Goal for Portugal, by Francisco Costa.

45′- Miguel Espinha defended once more.

44′- 21-14, Goal for Hungary, by Bóka.

43′- 21-13, Goal for Portugal, by Martim Costa.

43′- Another nice protection by Miguel Espinha.

42′- 20-13, Goal for Portugal, by Frade.

40′- Francisco Costa wasted a seven-meter free kick.

39′ – 19-13, Goal for Hungary, by Bóka.

39′ – Alaxandre Cavalcanti was dominated out for 2 minutes as a result of a foul on Ancsin.

38′ – Pedro Portela wasted a seven meter free kick.

37′ – 19-12, Goal for Hungary, by Bánhidi.

37′ – 19-11, Goal for Portugal, by Francisco Costa.

36′ – 18-11, Goal for Hungary, by Bóka.

36′ – 18-10, Goal for Portugal, by Miguel Martins.

35′ – Defense of Miguel Espinha.

34′- 17-10, Goal for Portugal, by Pedro Portela, with a seven-meter free kick.

32′- 16-10, Goal for Hungary, by Ancsin.

31′ – Protect Manuel Gaspar!

31′ – Seven meter free kick for Hungary.

30′ – Start of the second half.

30′ – Half Time: Portugal 16-9 Hungary

30′- 16-9, Goal for Hungary, by Rosta.

30′- 16-8, Goal for Portugal, by André Gomes.

29′ – 15-8, Goal for Hungary, by Ilic.

29′ – 15-7, Goal for Portugal, by Miguel Martins.

28′ – 14-7, Goal for Portugal, by António Areia.

27′ – Restart the recreation.

27′ – Paulo Fidalgo requested for a timeout.

26′ – 13-7, Goal for Hungary, by Rosta.

26′ – 13-6, Goal for Hungary, by Bodó.

25′- Two minute suspension for Bánhidi.

24′- 13-5, Goal for Hungary, by Pedro Rodríguez.

24′- 13-4, Goal for Portugal, by Luís Frade.

22′- 12-4, Goal for Portugal, by Fábio Magalhães.

22′- 11-4, Goal for Portugal, by Leonel Fernandes.

21′- 10-4, Goal for Hungary, by Rosta.

20′- 10-3, Goal for Hungary, by Bodó.

18′ – Another nice save by Miguel Espinha.

18′ – Restart the recreation.

18′ – Chema Rodríguez requested for one more timeout.

18′ – 10-2, Goal for Portugal, by Leonel Fernandes.

17′ – 9-2, Goal for Portugal, by Francisco Costa.

15′- 8-2, Goal for Portugal, by André Gomes.

14′- 7-2, Goal for Hungary, by Bodó.

14′- 7-1, Goal for Portugal, by Francisco Costa.

13′- Restart the recreation.

13′- Chema Rodriguez requested for a timeout.

13′- 6-1, Goal for Portugal, by Leonel Fernandes.

13′- 5-1, Goal for Portugal, by Francisco Costa.

13′- Hungary missed a seven-meter free kick.

13′- Seven meter free kick for Hungary.

12′- 4-1, Goal for Portugal, by André Gomes.

11′- Seventh save for Miguel Espinha!

10′- 3-1, Goal for Portugal, by António Areia.

10′- Free from seven meters for Portugal.

9′- Miguel Espinha lit up once more.

8′- And there was Miguel Espinha’s fifth save.

7′- 2-1, Goal for Hungary, by Bánhidi.

6′- Szekely’s protection prevented one other purpose from Portugal.

5′- Another nice save by Miguel Espinha.

5′- Yellow for Cavalcanti.

5′- 2-0, Goal for Portugal, by André Gomes.

5′- Miguel Espinha lit up once more. Another protection.

4′- Nine meter free kick for Hungary.

3′- 1-0, Goal for Portugal, by Leonel Fernandes.

3′- Francisco Costa left with complaints and Alexis Borges got here on.

two’- Miguel Espinha’s new protection!

two’- Attack and protection in Hungary for Miguel Espinha.

1′- André Gomes’ shot went huge.

1′- Foul to Francisco Costa and crimson card for Sipos. The Hungarian participant hit Francisco Costa in the face.

0′- The match begins, with the ball for Portugal.

– The songs of Portugal and Hungary can be heard.

– The groups are proven in Kristianstad Arena.

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