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HANDBALL: Zamalek edge out Espérance to reach African final
Zamalek are through to the final of the African Handball Champions League, after beating Espérance Sportive de Tunis 34-33.
Zamalek finished the first half on top with a slight margin, leading 12-11. Espérance fought back in the second half, and managed to finish on a 25-25 tie, leading the game to the extra-time.
Espérance lead 27-26 in the first half of extra-time, then Zamalek managed to finish the second half 29-29. Third half went to Zamalek’s favour, who managed to lead 32-31.
The game was so tight between both teams but Zamalek finally succeeded to seal the game in the fourth half of extra-time with a one-point margin, edging Espérance 34-33.