Handball World Championship.. Sweden beat Egypt in the statistics of the quarter-final match

Handball World Championship.. Sweden beat Egypt in the statistics of the quarter-final match
Handball World Championship.. Sweden beat Egypt in the statistics of the quarter-final match
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Ali Al-Buhairi

Posted on: Wednesday, January 25, 2023 – 11:46 PM | Last update: Wednesday, January 25, 2023 – 11:46 PM

Sweden defeated Egypt 26-22 in the quarter-final match of the World Men’s Handball Championship, which was held in Poland and Sweden, to qualify the host country for the semi-finals, and Egypt competed for the ranking positions from fifth to eighth.

The match statistics are as follows:

Egypt’s national team shot 39 shots, compared to 42 shots for Sweden

The Egyptian national team scored 22 goals from 39 shots, with a rate of 56%

Sweden scored 26 goals from 42 shots, with a percentage of 62%

The Egyptian national team scored one goal from three 7-meter throws

Sweden scored two goals from three 7-meter throws

Egypt goalkeeper Karim Hindawy made 11 saves out of 37 shots, or 30%

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Andreas Palica, Sweden’s goalkeeper, made 13 saves out of 35 shots, or 37%.

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Egypt’s national team did not decrease numerically in that match

Sweden’s national team got a numerical deficiency 4 times

The Egyptian national team scored 8 goals from the 6 meters, compared to 9 goals for Sweden

The Egyptian national team scored two goals from the wings against 4 goals from Sweden

The Egyptian national team scored 8 goals from 15 shots from the 9-meter field, compared to 5 goals for Sweden from 11 shots.

Mohsen Ramadan and Hassan Walid scored the most goals in today’s match, with 5 goals

Ahmed Adel and Mohamed Mamdouh Hashem each have 4 goals

And a goal for Ahmed Hisham Al-Sayed “Dodo”, Omar Al-Wakil Bakkar, Ali Zain and Muhammad Sanad

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