Another success counts Greek polo. The National Children’s National Team (U15) prevailed 14-13 in the penalty shootout (9-9 d.c., 5-4 pen) against Serbia in the short final of the competition and they climbed to the podium of the tournament.
Serbia was ahead 5-4 at halftime, but managed to take an 8-5 lead in the third period. Serbia responded to make it 9-8, with Hadzi tying the game at 9-9 and sending the game to penalties.
In the difficult process that followed, the Greek team dominated and took the bronze medal.
First scorer for the “blue and white” was Hatzis with five goals, followed by Angelopoulos with four.
The variation in penalties in detail:
Hatzis 10-9, Rahpeima 10-10, Mocias 10-10 out, Voginovic 10-11, Sarros 11-11, Micic 11-11 crossbar, Zouzounis 12-11, Angelic 12-12, Angelopoulos 13-12, Vasilijevic 13- 13, Hatzis 14-13, Rahpeima 14-13 beam.
GREECE – SERBIA 14-13 (9-9 q.a., 5-4 p.)
Eight minutes: 2-2, 2-3, 4-1, 1-3, pen. 5-4.
Greece (Fontas Lembesis): Berdes, Angelopoulos 4, Zouzounis 2, Manthoyiannis, Leonidakis, Lambatos, Hatzis 5, Motsias, Patsilinakos 1, Raptis, Sarros 1, Kremantalas 1, Pimplis.
Serbia: Muxinovic, Voginovic 2, Neskovic 1, Muncan 1, Angelic 1, Vasilijevic 2, Rahpeima 2, Lukic 1, Micic 2, Urosevic, Pavlovic, Vasic 1, Gocic.
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