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HISTORY! Bahrain to chase France for semi-final!

Bahrain will play at Olympic quarter-final! The best team of Asia made dream come true even after defeat against Egypt 20:30, because Japan beat Portugal 31:30 to make “cycle” of three teams in which Bahrain have the best goal-difference.

Bahrain beat Japan 32:30 and lost against Portugal 25:26, which means that they are on +1, Japan ended on -1 while European team is on 0.

Bahrain will meet France in the battle for semi-final.

Egypt – Bahrain 30-20 (15-7)

Egypt: Ahmed Elahmar 5, Ahmed Mesilhy 4, Omar Elwakil 4, Seif Elderaa 4, Mohammad Sanad 3, Yehia Eldera 2, Hassan Kaddah 2, Yahia Omar 2, Ahmed Mohamed 2, Ali Mohamed 1, Mohamed Eltayar 1.

 Bahrain : Mohamed Ahmed 4, Mohamed Mohamed 3, Ahmed Almaqabi 3, Ali Eid 2, Hasan Alsamahiji 2, Husain Alsayyad 2, Ahmed Ali 2, Merza Ali 1, Mohamed Abdulredha 1.

Portugal – Japan 30-31 (14-16)

Portugal : Antonio Areia 4, Andre Gomes 4, Joao Ferraz 4, Rui Silva 4, Alexis Borges 3, Luis Frade 3, Diogo Branquinho 2, Daymaro Salina 2, Miguel Martins 2, Fabio Magalhaes 1, Victor Iturriza 1.

Japan : Rennosuke Tokuda 6, Hiroki Motoki 5, Remi Doi 4, Yuto Agarie 4, Tatsuki Yoshino 3, Shuichi Yoshida 2, Kenya Kadahara 2, Adamyuki Baig 2, Kohei Narita 1, Motoki Sakai 1, Jin Watanabe 1.

STANDING:

1. Denmark 4 4 0 0 144:106 8
2. Egypt 5 4 0 1 154:134 8
3. Sweden 4 3 0 1 111:112 6
4. Bahrain 5 1 0 4 129:149 2
5. Portugal 5 1 0 4 143:156 2
6. Japan 5 1 0 4 146:170 2
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