Tuesday 19 January 2021
Karim Hindawi, goalkeeper of the Egyptian national handball team, was keen to gather the players after losing to Sweden in the World Championship and send a motivational message to them.
The Egyptian national team lost its match with its Swedish counterpart, 24-23, in the framework of the third and final round matches of Group G of the World Handball Championship.
The Egyptian team ended the first half of the match, beating with three goals and a score of 12-9, but the second half witnessed minutes of lack of focus, which led to the return of Sweden.
With this result, Egypt will be in second place in the group with four points, behind Sweden with six points, then Macedonia in third place with two points and finally Chile without balance.
Hindawi gave influential and motivating words to his colleagues after the end of the meeting, where he said: “Praise be to all, there is no good.”
He added, “We focus on what is coming, and God willing, our Lord will honor us … Long live Egypt.”
The Egyptian national team qualified for the main round of the tournament with two points, while Sweden will have four points, Macedonia without balance, along with Russia, Belarus and Slovenia.
Put on your headphones, turn up the volume, and prepare to be teared
— Handball Egypt2021 (@Egypt2021) January 19, 2021