Men’s Handball Draws with Iraq in First Match

Men’s Handball Draws with Iraq in First Match of Asian Championship Finals

The Korean men’s handball team drew in the first round of the finals of the 21st Asian Men’s Handball Championship.

Korea drew 22-22 with Iraq in the first match of Group 2 of the final league match held in Bahrain on the 18th (local time).

Korea, placed in Group 2 with Iraq, Bahrain, and Kuwait,

must place in second place in the group to advance to the semifinals. 온라인카지노

Korea will play the second game against Kuwait at 9 pm on the 19th, Korean time.

Korea went back to 14-13 early in the second half with goals from Kim Yeon-bin (Doosan) and Jang Dong-hyun (SK Hawks).

Then, thanks to the saves of goalkeeper Kim Dong-wook (Doosan) and the addition of Kim Yeon-bin and Park Young-jun (Incheon Urban Development Corporation)

The team ran away with a 3-point lead, 18-15.

In the 13th minute of the second half.

However, in the 18th minute of the second half,

they conceded 3 consecutive goals to tie the score at 19-19,

and conceded a goal with the last 7m throw just before the end of the second half,

so they had to be satisfied with a disappointing draw.

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