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Saturday, January 08, 2022 7:56 PM

The men’s handball team, which is preparing for the European championship, which is partly domestic, defeated Bahrain in Saturday’s training match in Szigetszentmiklós.

Preparation match:
Hungary-Bahrain 36-30 (18-19)
City Sports Hall – Szigetszentmiklós, Szebeni utca 81, referees: Horváth, Marton

Hungary: Barber, Mikler, Szekler (goalkeepers), Ancsin 4, Bodó 3, Bujdosó, Bóka 2, Győr 1, Hanusz 2, Ligetvár, Lékai, Máthé 7, Nagy, Rodriguez 3, Rosta 5, Sipos, Sunajko 2, Szita 1, Topic 6. Coach: István Gulyás.

Bahrain: Ali, Isa, Mahfoodh (kapusok), Abdulla 2, Abdulredha 2, Ahmed 4 (2), Ali 3, Ali 4, Alsamahiji 3, Alsayyad 2, Askani, Eid 2 (1), Fadhul 2, Habib 2, Mohamed 1 , Qambar, Salman 3. Edző: Aron Kristjánsson.

Exhibitions: 2, ill. 5 minutes.
They are seven meters long: 0/1, ill. 3/4.

Only Bence Bánhidi was missing from the twenty-strong Hungarians due to minor back pain. At first, the guests were more accurate in front of both gates, so they stepped 7-4. Based on the defenses of Roland Mikler, the Hungarians, who were defending more and more effectively, managed to equalize and then turn in the 17th minute (12-11). After that, the federal captain István Gulyás changed several positions, so the game became somewhat uncertain, Bahrain took back the lead and kept it until the end of the half (18-19).

After the break, new substitutions took place on the home side, but they were a great success, as the Hungarian national team started with a 4-0 series, so the Middle East asked for time in the fourth minute (22-19). The sequel went similarly well, with 27-22 in the 43rd minute. Instead of Roland Mikler, Márton Székely stood at the gate and introduced himself with feats. Further changes were made in the field as well, but due to this the momentum did not break down, the Hungarians played handball with great vigor.

The professional staff never took time, the players had to recover from each ups and downs on their own, and they did it every time, although they didn’t have much of a sway, especially in the second half.

The most successful player of the Hungarians was Máthé Dominik with seven goals, Topic Petar with six goals, Miklós Rosta with five goals and Gábor Ancsin with four goals. In the fourth match between the two teams, the Hungarians won for the fourth time.

In Group B of the Hungarian-Slovakian continental tournament, the Hungarians will meet with the Netherlands on Thursday from 8.30 pm, with Portugal on Sunday from 6 pm and with Iceland on January 18 from 6 pm in the MVM Dome in Budapest. The first two places will reach the semi-finals.

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