Men’s handball, world championship ranking match 2 wins in a row

January 21, 2023 0 Comments

The Korean men’s national handball team ran a winning streak at the 28th World Handball Championship.

The national team, led by Portuguese coach Hollando Freitas, won against Saudi Arabia 34-23 in the second round of Group A of the Presidents Cup (ranking match) on the 21st at 2:00 am (Korean time).

With this, Korea kicked off its first winning streak after losing three games in a row

. Kim Dong-wook recorded 14 saves (40% ERA) and kept the goal.먹튀검증

In the first half alone, Jang Dong-hyeon (SK Hawks) scored 7 goals in Korea, showing off his scoring ability. Leading 10-6 until the 18th minute of the first half, Korea scored without missing Saudi’s passing and shooting mistakes.

Even in the second half, they maintained the gap they had made in the first half and won easily.

Korea was in Group D with Portugal, Iceland and Hungary, and suffered 3 losses and fell to the ranking match.

Korea, which has been on a winning streak in the standings, will play its third game against Chile on the 22nd. 

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