The Brazilian women’s handball team won its first victory in the Tokyo Olympics. the team, Coming from a tie with the Russian Olympic CommitteeHe defeated Hungary, 33 to 27, in the match that ended in the first minutes of Tuesday (27).
With this result, Brazil momentarily took the lead in Group B, but this was the first match of the Tour. The next date for the team has been set for the Games as such 7:30 am (GMT) on Wednesday (28), against Spain.
The match started with seven meters for Hungary with less than a minute on the clock. The Hungarians remained ahead on the scoreboard only until the 10th minute, when Duda Amorim scored 5-4 for Brazil.
The selection managed to achieve this advantage largely due to the efficiency of the Brazilian attack, which reached about 59% from the 20th minute of the first half.
Samara led the Brazilian attack in the last third of the preliminary stage with three consecutive goals, leaving the score 13-9 to Brazil. The selection went on to win the first half by 17 to 11, focusing on Ana Paola, who scored four goals and scored a 100% success.
The home advantage remained by six goals, even when Mattelli and Julia were penalized almost consecutively by two minutes. Brazil slowed down the match and maintained quality control, and fought the penalties without any difficulty.
The feature that was really good in the last phase of the game has improved. In the last five minutes, Brazil had nine more goals than the Hungarians and finished the match with 33 goals in total. Samara and Anna Paula were the match’s top scorers with seven goals each.
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