After a long and exhausting battle, Serbia won the FINA Men's World League Super Final last night against Croatia. The team has earned the Olympic qualification with this victory, however the road to getting there wasn't easy. Croatia put up a good fight but luckily for Serbia, countless fans showed
This was the last day and final match of the Men's World League Super Finals. It was almost known from the beginning that Croatia and Serbia would meet some time during the tournament, and this happened to be the Finals today. They are both the best teams, and their game
Australia and Spain met for a match for third place at the Men's World League Super Finals of 2019. Both teams played well during the Preliminary rounds, and both teams had great expectations. It was hard to determine which team could be better this time.
The first half of the game
Before we go into the main event the final placement of the quarterfinal losing teams had to be decided. The Canada - Kazakhstan game opened the last day of the Men's World League. Even though the stake of the game was the 7th place of the tournament, these teams still
Croatia and Spain were the last teams to compete today in Belgrade. Spain finished first in Group A, and Croatia finished second after Serbia in Group B, so this game was expected to be a tough one. Both teams showed a great performance, but now Croatia overcame Spain and proceeded
Australia and Serbia met at the semifinals of the Men's World League. Today's match was very important for them as this game determines who gets into the Finals tomorrow. Serbia has won every game it had during the Super Finals, and now they are just a step closer to win
The game against Canada did not seem like an easy one at first for Hungary. Their goalkeeper, Gergely Kardos was suspended and what's more is that they have previously lost against Canada in the group stage. Perhaps that loss motivated the team to give their absolute best today and overcome
BENU Cup, the International Men's Water Polo tournament starts Sunday, 30 June and lasts until Tuesday, 2 July. The event will be held at Alfréd Hajós Swimming Pool on Margaret Island in Budapest.
The schedule is the following:
Day 1: 30 June
Greece - Netherlands
Hungary - France
Day 2: 1 July
Greece - France
The Hungarian goalkeeper is suspended for three matches due to brutality, the FINA committee decided. Today, on 22 June, and tomorrow, Dávid Bisztritsányi will be playing instead of him.
We have written about Hungary loosing its first game against Canada at the Men's World League in Belgrade, Serbia. Hungary then lost
The last quarterfinal match today was between Canada and Serbia. Serbia has won every match so far, and they are determined to go as far as possible in the tournament. For Canada, knowing Serbia's water polo history, the game was a big bite for them, but showed them what they