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17 Aug 2015
Hungary earns win but Morocco claims El Jadida title
The final day of action in the BSWW Tour El Jadida 2015 was a thrilling rematch of the weekends’ opening game
Action concluded on Sunday evening with a great match between the two intercontinental rivals, but in the rematch, it was the Hungarians who bested the Moroccans, 3-1. Hungary lost the opening match of the tournament to Morocco but they exacted a small bit of revenge on the hosts with their triumph. The revenge was not as sweet as it could have been since the Lions of the Atlas still won the BSWW Tour El Jadida 2015. Hungary finished the event on a high-note with the victory and will use that momentum going into the Euro Beach Soccer League 2015 Superfinal and Promotion Final Pärnu, where they will be battling to keep their Division A status against the seven best Division B squads on the continent.
The 3-1 victory for the Golden Team over Morocco was defensive until the middle frame when the score was busted wide open, but the hosts fought their way back and seized control, only to see the Hungarian clutch nature take over, securing the win. Neither side scored in the first frame due to some excellent defense and goaltending but Sebestyen and Abel both scored in a one minute span to open the middle frame and that put the score at 2-0, which is how the score would stay going into the final frame. Morocco did not want to disappoint their fans and used a strike on third period kick-off, and almost instantly they had put the leaders on their heels. Drama settled but midway through the period Turos scored to give Hungary the insurance they needed to hold on for the 3-1 victory.
Goals: 0-1: Sebestyen, min. 10 (2); 0-2: Abel, min. 9 (2); 1-2: Boulakoub, min. 11 (3); 1-3: Turos, min. 6 (3).
BSWW TOUR EL JAJDIDA 2015
17:00 – Morocco 1-3 Hungary
3rd Place: Levante UD
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