Thursday 7 October 2021
The Zamalek team swept its Australian counterpart, the University of Sydney, with a big score (38-19), in the second group matches of the standings stage from 5-to-10 in the Handball Club World Cup, which is currently being held in Saudi Arabia.
The stars of Zamalek gave a wonderful performance against the Australian team, Sydney, who appeared at a modest level, but the Red and Shield companions controlled the course of this match from the beginning to the end.
Zamalek goalkeeper Mahmoud Khalil “Fell” starred in the match and saved many balls by the Australian University of Sydney players, who was named the best player in the match.
With this result, Zamalek gets two points in the second group, while Sydney is without points, and the team has a match with the Saudi unit next Saturday.
First half summary
The University of Sydney team opened its first goal in the meeting, then Zamalek quickly responded with a draw, and the tie between the two teams continued at 5-5.
Zamalek expanded the difference to 3 goals in the middle of the first half of the meeting, to lead the white team in the score 8-5.
Zamalek continued to excel in the events of this half to expand the difference to 6 goals, which prompted the Sydney University coach to request a time-out, and the white team relied in its goals on penetrations from the wings in addition to quick attacks.
Zamalek scored two goals in the last minute to end the first half with a score of 18-7.
Zamalek goalkeeper Mahmoud Khalil “Fell” starred in the first half and saved more than one ball from the Australian University of Sydney players, which helped his team widen the difference during this half.
Second half summary
Zamalek entered the second half in a strong way, as was the case in the first half, where its players scored 7 goals in the first 8 minutes of this half, while the University of Sydney players scored only two goals, which called for the Australian team coach to request a time-out for his team.
Roy, the coach of Zamalek, made several changes to the formation of the team, and he involved many players in the second half, while resting the team’s stars Ahmed Al-Ahmar and Yahya Al-Daraa.
Despite these many substitutions, the Zamalek players expanded the difference with the University of Sydney to 16 goals 10 minutes before the end of the match.
Zamalek players continued to impose their supremacy and control of the match, to decide the match in their favour, with a difference of 19 goals.
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