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Handball: Egypt finish fourth in junior World Cup

Germany defended their title and won the championship from Denmark Tunisia clinched the Bronze from Egypt

Eslam Omar, Sunday 31 Jul 2011
Egypt  vs Tunisia
Egypt vs Tunisia
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Egypt finished fourth in the handball Junior World Championship in Greece after being defeated from rivals Tunisia 18-24 on Saturday.

The Tunisian team dominated since the start whistle and the young Pharaohs couldn’t draw once although coach, Abdo Abdel-Wahab made many substitutes and changes in his tactics.

Best shooter of this match was Mosba Sanai, who scored eight times for Tunisia.

“That’s a great novelty in handball. It’s the first time in the history of the IHF that two non-European teams reached the semi-final,” says Hassan Moustafa, the International Handball Federation's Egyptian president.

The final between Denmark and Germany ended with a 27-18 well-deserved victory to the defending-title Germany who had a really tough defense.

“The Tournament was so much better than we even dared to hope for,” Moustafa said.                                                                           

The Championship over All Ranking:
Gold: Germany
Silver: Denmark

Bronze: Tunisia

  4. Egypt
  5. Spain
  6. France
  7. Sweden
  8. Slovenia
  9. Portugal
10. Norway
11. Brasil
12. Iran
13. Russia
14. Algeria
15. Qatar
16. Greece
17. Hungary
18. Serbia
19. Korea
20. Argentina
21. Chile
22. Canada
23. Benin
24. Venezuela

The tournament’s best players
Best Goalkeeper: Nils Dresrüsse (GER)
Best Left Wing: Oussama Boughanmi (TUN)
Best Pivot: Andreas Nielssen (SWE)
Best Right Wing: Patric Wiesmach Larsen (DEN)
Best Left Back: Christian Dissinger (GER)
Best Centre Back: Mads Mevsah Larsen (DEN)
Best Right Back: Andrey Bespalon (RUS)
Most valuable player: Christian Dissinger (GER)
Highest Scorer: Sajad Esteki (IRI): 84 goals

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