FilGoal | News | World Cup Hand Clubs – Ali Zain is satisfied with the silver with Barcelona after a sudden loss against the champion Magdeburg


Barcelona – Magdeburg – World Club Handball Championship

The German Magdeburg won the Super Globe Club World Cup title by beating Barcelona 33-28 in the final held at King Abdullah City Hall in Jeddah.

Magdeburg won the first title in its history in the championship held in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

While Barcelona missed the title that it won in the last 3 copies, and in 5 of the last 7 copies.

Thus, the Egyptian Ali Zain is satisfied with the silver medal in the tournament after losing the final with his team Barcelona.

Magdeburg finished the first half ahead of Barcelona 19-16, before tightening his grip on the second half and ending the match with a difference of 5 goals.

Magdeburg participated in the tournament as champion of the European League 2021, and won his first title after being satisfied with the runner-up in the 2002 edition.

Germany raised the total of its titles to 4, and Spain remains the most crowned country in the tournament with 9 titles.

Magdeburg became the third German team to win the title after Kiel and Fuchs Berlin.

Magdeburg opened the tournament by defeating the Australian University of Sydney in the preliminary round, before beating Al Duhail of Qatar in the quarter-finals.

In the semi-finals, Magdeburg defeated Aalborg of Denmark, before completing the surprise and defeating Barcelona in the final.

The Icelandic star, Omar Inge Magnusson, of Magdeburg, scored 7 goals in the final. Meanwhile, Decca Mim’s ten goals did not help his team Barcelona win.

Earlier on Saturday, Denmark’s Aalborg finished third by defeating Brazil’s Pineros 34-29.

While Zamalek came fifth, Al Duhail of Qatar came sixth, then Al Noor of Saudi Arabia of seventh, University of Sydney eighth, Al Wahda of Saudi Arabia ninth, and San Francisco Calhet of America tenth.


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