Egypt's handball squad qualifies for Athens 2004

Luanda- Angola (PANA) -- Egyptian senior male handball team has qualified for the 2004 Olympic Games slated for Athens, Greece, after beating Tunisia 31-29 in Luanda, Angola.
The Egyptians, who had a 7-point lead at recess (20-13), eventually won the match Monday.
The Tunisians found it difficult to counter the offensive of their opponents, especially after their top-rank player Isam Tej was sent-off for rough play.
Egypt's Sherif Moemen emerged top scorer of the match with 6 goals, while Tunisian Hay Kel Mganem got five goals to become his team's highest scorer.
Slovenian referees Janko Pozenik and Danko Repensek officiated the match.
Egypt got the top slot of the group with 4 points, followed by Tunisia, while Algeria was third with 2 points.

23 september 2003 20:05:00




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