Seeing the final result, Argentina fulfilled the roles and beat the Democratic Republic of the Congo 28-22However, during the development of the match, the same was not seen. It was a lackluster first half for the Gladiators, but it dide redeemed with a great second half to put things in their place.
Argentina started asleep. Quite the opposite of what was seen in the previous tour: inaccuracies in attack, weak defense, seeing a team from the DR of the Congo with a very high effectiveness facing the Argentine goal.
So so the African team was twice up on the scoreboard, and finished with a lead at halftime with 14-13. Solo Seba Simonet with a couple of good attacks, put down what could be worse in a first stage to oblivion.
Already in the second half, Argentina adjusted the defensive nuts. The yellow team began to fail in their attacks, and fueled the Argentine counterattack. In addition, another fluidity was seen in attack, as there were clearer shots. Finally it was an albiceleste victory. Juan Bar, party figure declared by the organization, took key balls to turn a negative context, which finally the South American team prevailed with authority by 28-22.
And now, with the two points in your pocket, think about the most important game of the group, on Sunday against Bahrain at 2:00 p.m., in the prelude to face the world champion and Olympian, Denmark. We remember that the points collected in this initial stage are carried over to the next stage.
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