Attila Peru will meet the Canadians on Friday among the four, whom the group leader lost 13-12 in the third round on Wednesday.
Women’s World League Quarter-Final Rounds:
Hungary – Spain 10-8 (3-3, 3-1, 2-2, 2-2)
Top scorers from the Hungarian national team: Kestelj 3, Laimer, Garda 2-2, Zilagyi, Gorissati, Jeongyosi 1-1
Although the Hungarians defeated the Japanese in the group stage, they were defeated by the Russians and Canadians, so the world championship silver medalists were waiting for them among the eight. The match was won by Fed captain Atilla Peru preparing for the Tokyo Olympics, playing the best match of the tournament so far, and already had a four-goal advantage in the fourth quarter.
“We know that this is not an Olympic tournament, but an exceptionally good tournament and professionally strong, as it would be in terms of organization anyway. It would be good to win a medal, and the team is now closer to that. We also came with the Spaniards in our last meeting better than The match, we advanced 2 goals to 3 goals, and in the end there was 1 goal left. We still went forward with more, and although the referee’s look at the end changed to make the match and a little, we finally won with confidence anyway.” It’s rare, especially since today’s opponent It was a Spanish team with a full body. Defense and goalkeeping were the key to success,” the Hungarian Water Polo League quoted Attila Biro as saying.
Canada – Kazakhstan 11-3 (5-0, 1-1, 1-1, 4-1)
Runs on Monday:
Hungary and Japan 10–26
Played on Tuesday:
Played on Wednesday:
Canada-Hungary 13-12 (4-2, 3-5, 3-1, 3-4)
5-8. Place, semi-finals
Placeholders: 14.00, 15.45, 17.30, 19.15