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The Spanish men’s handball team He qualified for the ‘Main Round’ of the World Championship that is being played in Egypt after beating Tunisia on Tuesday without excessive problems by 36-30, which allows him to go with three points to the next phase where will fight for one of the two tickets to be in the quarterfinals.
After the suffering against Brazil and PolandThis time, the double champion of Europe signed a solid match to achieve a comfortable victory against an opponent that did not disturb, supported above all in the great match of Gonzalo Pérez de Vargas.
The FC Barcelona goalkeeper was a ‘wall’ with 18 saves and his teammates responded with a good game in attack, where they were led by winger Ángel Fernández, author of 10 goals. The victory seemed almost obligatory, but it gives a reinforcement to Spain to face, starting this Thursday, a second phase where it will have as rivals Germany, Hungary and Uruguay looking to get one of the two access tickets to the quarterfinals.
The national team only found difficulties at the beginning to take off on the scoreboard. Tunisia, which was only worth victory, entrusted their options to Darmoul and Sanai, and the first (4 goals at halftime) was the one that did the most damage to the defense of Jordi Ribera’s and the one who best managed to overcome with his One-on-one actions against an already inspired Pérez de Vargas.
The La Mancha goalkeeper made a dozen stops, but the scoreboard, after missing a couple of counterattacks, did not begin to open for the European champion until minute 18 when, after two consecutive goals by Ángel Fernández (7 at halftime), 11-8 was reached.
Despite giving Darmoul and Sanai a forced break, the North African team tried to resist so as not to allow the difference to increase. The Spanish exclusions helped him somewhat, but the attack by the ‘Hispanos’ also found Rubén Marchán, who confirmed that today he had hit the six-meter actions and Spain kept the three rental goals at halftime (17-14).
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It was time to see if the double world champion had learned the lesson of the duels against Brazil and Poland. Pérez de Vargas and Ángel Fernández maintained their good afternoon, helped by the appearance of Alex Dujshebaev’s outside shot, and the national team escaped by five goals (22-17).
At that moment, the shadow of the previous two encounters reappeared at the New Capital Sports Hall when Tunisia got within two goals (25-23), but Spain was able to recover quickly (28-23), thanks also to mistakes, some innocent, by their rival.
That blow was accused by the African team, who did not know how to be patient and continued excessively hasty in their offensive actions. The Hispanos’ attack maintained its effectiveness and Dani Dujshebaev was in charge of leading the owner to a finally placid end