30 January 2016

Egypt Thrashes Angola 25/15, Qualify for African Handball Final

Egypt defeated Angola 25-15 on Friday in the semifinal of the African Men's Handball Championship.

The national team qualified for the final and book a place in the 2017 World Cup in France.

Egypt ended the first half leading 12-8, before finishing the game with a 10-goal margin in the tournament taking place in Cairo.

In Saturday's final, Egypt will face Tunisia that beat Algeria 27-18 in the other semi final.

The winner of Egypt/Tunisia match would qualify for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.

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