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The men's team Waterpolo/Mundial.- Hungary-Spain

The Spanish men's water polo could not get first place in the group stage of Swimming World, which is being held in Shanghai (China), after losing their last game 12-11 against Hungary.
Thus, Aguilar Rafa's men will end in third place in Group A and will have to compete to achieve a qualifying prior quarter and the pass to be fighting for medals and an Olympic ticket. His opponent will be, almost certainly, Australia, even if the 'Aussies' win over Serbia, the defending champions would be adversaries.
Unlike against Montenegro, the current world silver medalist had a great start to a potential rival as the current Olympic champion, who managed to escape hold on the scoreboard in the fourth quarter and gain victory and first place that leads directly to the rooms.
Spain began toned and very effectively, allowing him to control and rule over the Hungarians. Thus, Iván Pérez at his best with the launch function, the Spanish came to enjoy income from two goals (3-5). However, Hungary took advantage of the exclusions to level the match before the end of the first period.
The second remained the same vein, with both teams attacking and holding high level alternations on the scoreboard. The Magyars signed a partial 3-0 to take the lead (6-5), but the national team wasted no calm and lived alternately on the scoreboard, but Molina did not succeed with a superior final tie.
After the break, both teams tightened their defensive and offensive flow after the first act, passed to an increased strain in the pool. Fernandez managed to tie (9-9), but pulled and managed to leave Hungary in the mail (11-9).
Things became worse early in the fourth quarter when Biros made 12-9 in the absence of just over five minutes. Spain tried and options quickly recovered somewhat from Minguell, but despite their good defensive attitude could not give more excitement and Molina both came too late.
HUNGARY: Nagy, Gor Nagy, Madaras (3), Varga (1), Sziv (1), Hosnyanszky (1), Kiss (1), Z. Varga, D. Varga, Biros (2), Steinmetz and Harai (3 ).
SPAIN: Aguilar, M. Garcia, Marsal, Fernandez (1), Molina (2), Minguell (1), Rock, Spanish (2), Vallés, Perrone (1), Perez (3), X. Garcia (1) Lopez-Pinedo (p).
- PARTIAL: 5-5, 4-3, 2-1 and 1-2.
- UMPIRES: Nenad Peris (CRO) and Mark Koganov (AZE).
- SWIMMING: Magnolia Span.