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Mon, 20 Jan 2020 11:15 - Updated Mon, 20 Jan 2020 11:15

Handball: Angola unbeaten in African championship

Luanda - The Angolan senior males handball team beat Gabon's counterpart by 31-26 last Sunday, in a match for the third and final round of Group B of the African Nations Championship, which takes place in Tunisia.

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Andebol: Jogo de Angola no CAN que decorre na Tunísia

Photo: cedida pela FAAND

By half-time, Angolans had the advantage of just one goal (13-12).


With this victory, the national squad end this first stage of the competition unbeaten. In the first two rounds, the players trained by Nelson Catito defeated Nigeria (30-24) and Libya (20-19).

Last Sunday, Nigeria beat Libya 31-24.

Group b standings:

1 - 6 points

2 - Gabon - 3 points

3 – Nigeria – 2 points

4 - Libya – 1point

In the quarter-finals, Angola will face DR Congo, who ended second in group A. The game is scheduled for this Monday, Jan 20, at 02.00 pm.

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