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Women's World Water Polo League Spain lost against Hungary in Budapest

Women's World Water Polo League
Spain lost against Hungary in Budapest
MADRID, 9 February 2013 (EuropaPress)
    The Spanish women's water polo lost to Hungary (13-11) in the third round of the World League, so Oca Miki girls remain in second place in Group A, while waiting to close its presence in Superfinal against Greece on 16 March.
    The Spanish team silver at the London Olympics, congealed a great second half, but could not stop the success of the Magyars, with three points, are the first set of Group A certifying their qualification for the Superfinal.
    Girls Oca, who beat Hungary in the semifinals of the Games, blamed his poor start-ups. The players returned to see Andras Merész rewarded his success in the first quarter, which was reached with 4-2. In contrast, Spain saw couple Jenny and Laura Lopez failed, in one minute, two launches of five meters with 2-1 in the mail.
    No scenery improved in the second period, in which local, guided by again starring Rita Keszthelyi (author of four goals), they went into the break with their biggest lead, 9-5. However, in the second period changed the script.
    Maica García, Spanish filmmaker maximum meeting and signed the 9-6, which gave a glimmer of hope. However, they soon recover local income, thanks to two goals from Somhegyi and Horváth. In the final, Spain Clara Espar reconciled with the misfortune from the five-meter line and signed the 11-7.
    The last period was clearly dominated by Miki Oca players. With nothing to lose, Spain went on the attack and unceremoniously, despite losing a couple of faults Jenny 6:20 remaining, was entrusted to captain Espar Anni reaction. The result of it, the difference was reduced to two goals to sign the 13-11 final.