The Egyptian national team bids farewell to the World Handball Cup after a "heroic show"
The Egyptian handball team bid farewell to the World Cup, which is currently being held in Cairo, after losing on Wednesday to the Danish national team the "title holder" by penalty shootout after an exciting marathon match.
The match was extended twice after the original time ended in a draw 28-28, the first and second extra times 28-28, and 34-34 respectively, and Ali Zain won the man of the match award.
The pharaohs scored the pharaohs, Muhammad Sanad, Yahya Khaled, and Yahya Al-Daraa, while Ahmed Al-Ahmar and Ali Zain wasted, and the blow that was dealt by the goalkeeper Muhammad Al-Tayyar did not prevent the loss.
The Egyptian national team presented a heroic and competitive show in which the heroes Ahmed Al-Ahmar, Ali Zain, Yahya Al-Daraa, Muhammad Sanad, and the two goalkeepers Karim Hindawi and Muhammad Al-Tayyar shone, but small details settled the situation in favor of Denmark, which will continue the path towards retaining the title.
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