THE BALL – Portugal defeated South Korea and qualified for the ‘principal spherical’ (Handball)

Portugal defeated South Korea, 32-24, at the Kristianstad Arena, in Sweden, in the match for the second spherical of Group D of the 2023 World Cup (Poland/Sweden), after the defeat, in the opening spherical, by Iceland, by of 26-30 and qualified for the ‘principal spherical’, with the assistant Paulo Portela once more on the bench resulting from the indisputable fact that Paulo Jorge Pereira, nationwide coach, is serving the second match of the suspension, due to this fact, on the bench, he’ll proceed .

South Korea, guided by the Portuguese Rolando Freitas, who misplaced, in the first spherical, with Hungary, by 27-35 (additionally with eight targets distinction) recorded the second defeat in three video games and, though in a match dispute (on the sixteenth, at 5 pm), with the extremely favored Iceland, very distant.

On the identical day, Portugal will shut the accounts of the group in a duel with Hungary, at 19.30. In addition, the Magyars will face Iceland as we speak, beginning at 7:30 pm, additionally at the Kristianstad Arena.

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

– The hymns are heard.

1′- Start the sport.

two’- 1-0, Goal for Portugal, by Francisco Costa

two’- 2-0, Goal for Portugal, by André Gomes

two’- 2-1, Goal for South Korea, by Hyeon-Sik Lee

4′- 3-1, Goal for Portugal, by Leonel Fernandes

5′- 3-2, Goal for South Korea, by Seung Park

6′- 4-2, Goal for Portugal, by Francisco Costa

6′- 4-3, Korea Republic Goal, by Hyeon-Sik Lee

7′- 5-3, Goal for Portugal, by André Gomes

8′- 6-3, Goal for Portugal, by Alexandre Cavalcanti

10′- 7-3, Goal for Portugal, by André Gomes

12′- 7-4, Korea Republic Goal, by Hyeon-Sik Lee

12′- 8-4, Goal for Portugal, by Rui Silva

13′- 9-4, Goal for Portugal, by Leonel Fernandes

13′- South Korea referred to as a technical halt

15′- 9-5, Korea Republic Goal, by Yeon-Bin Kim

15′- 10-5, Goal for Portugal, by Alexandre Cavalcanti

16′- 2-minute suspension for Alexis Borges (Portugal)

17′ – 2-minute suspension for Luís Frade (Portugal)

18′ – 10-6, Goal for Korea Republic, by Dong-Hyun Jang, from a 7-meter free kick

19′ – 10-7, Goal for South Korea, by Jeon-Gu Kang

20′- 10-8, Korea Republic Goal, by Dong-Hyun Jang

20′- Dong-Hyun Jang (South Korea) misses a 7-meter free-kick, saved by Manuel Gaspar, who simply acquired into the objective

22′- 11-8, Goal for Portugal, by Alexandre Cavalcanti

23′- 11-9, Korea Republic Goal, by Yeon-Bin Kim

25′- 12-9, Goal for Portugal, by Alexandre Cavalcanti

26′ – 12-10, Korea Republic Goal, by Jin-Young Kim

26′ – Portugal requested for a technical break

27′ – 13-10, Goal for Portugal, by Leonel Fernandes

28′ – 13-11, Aim for South Korea, by Chang-Eun Gu

28′ – 14-11, Goal for Portugal, by Miguel Martins

30′- 15-11, Goal for Portugal, by Leonel Fernandes

30′- 15-12, Korea Republic Goal, by Yeon-Bin Kim

– Break. Portugal received 15-12.

30′- Start of the second half.

32′- 15-13, Goal for South Korea, by Tae-Hun Jo

32′- 16-13, Goal for Portugal, by André Gomes

33′ – 16-14, Goal for South Korea, by Jeon-Gu Kang

33′ – 17-14, Goal for Portugal, by André Gomes

34′- 17-15, Goal for South Korea, by Jeon-Gu Kang

36′ – 17-16, Korea Republic Goal, by Jin-Young Kim

36′ – 18-16, Goal for Portugal, by Miguel Martins

37′ – 19-16, Goal for Portugal, by Miguel Martins

38′ – 19-17, Goal for South Korea, by Tae-Hun Jo, from a 7-meter free kick

39′ – 20-17, Goal for Portugal, by Pedro Portela

40′- 20-18, Goal for South Korea, by Tae-Hun Jo

40′- 21-18, Goal for Portugal, by André Gomes

41′- 21-19, Korea Republic Goal, by Jin-Young Kim

41′- 21-20, Korea Republic Goal, by Yeong-Joon Park

41′- Portugal requested for a technical break.

42′- 22-20, Goal for Portugal, by Luís Frade

42′- 22-21, Goal for South Korea, by Seung Park

42′- 23-21, Goal for Portugal, by Diogo Branquinho

43′- 23-22, Korea Republic Goal, by Hyeon-Sik Lee

47′ – Dong-Hyun Jang (Korea Republic) missed the 7-meter free kick

47′ – South Korea requested a technical suspension.

49′ – 24-22, Goal for Portugal, by Pedro Portela

49′ – 24-23, Goal for South Korea, by Dong-Hyun Jang

50′ – 25-23, Goal for Portugal, by Luís Frade

52′ – 25-24, Goal for South Korea, by Min-Ho Ha

52′ – 26-24, Goal for Portugal, by André Gomes

54′ – 27-24, Goal for Portugal, by Fábio Magalhães

55′ – 28-24, Goal for Portugal, by Leonel Fernandes

56′ – 29-24, Goal for Portugal, by Alexis Borges

56′ – 30-24, Goal for Portugal, by Rui Silva

56′ – South Korea, demanding a six-goal distinction, referred to as for a technical break.

58′ – 31-24, Goal for Portugal, by Pedro Portela

59′ – 32-24, Goal for Portugal, by Leonel Fernandes

60′ – End of the sport.

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