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Morocco jumps out gates and holds off Hungary for opening win
El Jadida began with a bang as the two National Selections of Morocco and Hungary battled to seven goals
Morocco’s 5-2 win over Hungary was a great display of Africa’s beach soccer prowess, as the Moroccan side opened the BSWW Tour El Jadidia 2015 with a solid win. Morocco has long since been a hot-bed for beach soccer and EL Jadida has become a great home for beach soccer. Friday evening marked the first game of the prestigious event and even though it did not go the way that Hungary wanted, it was a competitive match that saw the hosts jump out to a lead and then hold off any hopes of a Hungarian comeback.
The Lions of the Atlas started fast, scored three times in the first period, twice from El Hadaoui and one from Nassim, while holding the Gold Team to zero goals in a great all-around effort. The middle frame had even more goals, four to be exact, including two from the fighting Hungarians, but the two from the Moroccans put them ahead by a score of 5-2. Turos and Abel scored for Hungary, while Nassim scored his second for the hosts, to go along with one goal from Benmamma. The final frame was a nerve-racking period for both teams, with Morocco wanting to build their lead, and Hungary wanting to build on the momentum they created in the second period, but the score did not change and Morocco hung on for the 5-2 victory.
Goals: 1-0: El Hadaoui, min. 11 (1); 2-0: Nassim, min. 5 (1); 3-0: El Hadaoui, min. 0 (1); 4-0: Benmamma, min. 8 (2); 4-1: Turos, min. 6 (2); 5-1: Nassim, min. 6 (2); 5-2: Abel, min. 5 (2).
BSWW TOUR EL JAJDIDA 2015
17:00 – Morocco 5-2 Hungary
17:00 – Hungary vs Levante UD
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