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Portugal book last ticket for Tokyo!

France, Portugal, Norway, Brazil, Germany and Sweden have won the Olympic tickets for Tokyo Men’s tournament! The most amazing finish has been seen in Paris, where Portugal scored 5 seconds before the buzzer for 29:28 win against France to ensure second place in cycle ahead of Croatia.

Portugal – France 29-28 (12-13)

Portugal : Antonio Areia 6, Andre Gomes 5, Luis Frade 4, Pedro Portela 4, Victor Iturriza 4, Rui Silva 2, Tiago Rocha 1, Alexandre Cavalcanti 1, Fabio Magalhaes 1, Belone Moreira 1.

France : Hugo Descat 6, Timothey N’Guessan 4, Luc Abalo 4, Nedim Remili 2, Melvyn Richardson 2, Dika Mem 2, Jean Jacques Acquevillo 2, Ludovic Fabregas 2, Valentin Porte 1, Nicolas Claire 1, Michael Guigou 1, Kentin Mahe 1.

STANDING:
France 4
Portugal 4
Croatia 4
Tunisia 0

Sweden beat Slovenia 32:25 to secure Olympic ticket in Berlin behind Germany.

Algeria – Germany 26-34 (14-17)

Algeria : Zohir Naim 9, Walid Badi 4, Abdi Ayoub 4, Sofiane Bendjilali 3, Nassim Bellahcene 2, Aaladine Hadidi 1, Riad Chehbour  1, Berriah Abderahim 1, Redouane Saker 1.

Germany: Julius Kuehn 8, Uwe Gensheimer 5, Johannes Golla 4, Patrick Wiencek 4, Fabian Wiede 2, Steffen Weinhold 2, Kai Haefner 2, Patrick Groetzki 2, Philipp Weber 2, Sebastian Heymann 1, Marcel Schiller 1, Hendrik Pekeler 1,

Sweden – Slovenia 32-25 (17-13)

Sweden : Niclas Ekberg 7, Jim Gottfridsson 5, Emil Mellegard 4, Jonathan Carlsbogard 3, Felix Claar 3, Max Darj 2, Linus Persson 2, Lucas Pellas 2, Albin Lagergren 2, Fredric Pettersson 1, Andreas Palicka 1.

Slovenia : Gasper Marguc 5, Dean Bombac 5, Blaz Janc 5, Darko Cingesar 3, Blaz Blagotinsek 2, Jure Dolenec 2, Matej Gaber 2, Tadej Mazej 1.

STANDING:
Germany 5
Sweden 5
Slovenia 2
Algeria 0

Brasil – Chile 26-24 (11-17)

Brasil : Leonardo Dutra 5, Joao Silva 4, Fabio Chiuffa 3, Haniel Langaro 3, Guilherme Torriani 2, Rudolph Hackbarth 2, Felipe Borges 2, Rogerio Moraes 2, Pedro Pacheco 1, Gustavo Rodrigues 1, Henrique Teixeira 1.

Chile : Erwin Feuchtmann 8, Esteban Salinas 5, Emil Feuchtmann 3, Sebastian Ceballos 2, Daniel Ayala 2, Sebastian Pavez 1, Benjamin Calleja 1, Rodrigo Salinas 1, Javier Frelijj 1.

South Korea – Norway 31-44 (16-24)

South Korea : Kwangsoon Park 11, Jaeseop Shin 8, Yoseb Lee 4, Changeun Ku 3, Seung Park 2, Min Ho Ha 1, Taehun Jo 1, Dongmyung Kim 1.

Norway : Magnus Jondal 7, Bjarte Hakon Myrhol 7, Alexandre Christoffersen Blonz 5, Kristian Bjornsen 5, Goran Sogard Johannessen 4, Thomas Solstad 4, Kevin Maagero Gulliksen 3, Magnus Abelvik Rod 3, Sander Sagosen 3, Harald Reinkind 1, Magnus Fredriksen 1, Petter Overby 1.

STANDING:
Norway 6
Brasil 4
South Korea 2
Chile 0

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