NS Red Lions The Spanish fleet was sunk, but in the first half it seemed as if the Spaniards were going to board our Red Fleet. Despite the massive Belgian dominance on the field, the Latins plunged into the second half with a 0-1 lead.
At first glance, his goal seemed very controversial. De Slover turned Allegri’s effort into his own net, but the Spaniard’s shot appeared to veer just outside the semi-circle. After double checking by the Dutch video reference, the target still counted. So chase the rest!
In the second half, national team coach McLeod relied on a spark of magic to turn the match around. You’ve come to the right place with Alexander Hendrix, who suffered a Harry Potter scar on his forehead in the last group game. He scored the fifth Belgian penalty kick centrally in the goal of the Spanish goalkeeper.
It was not immediately time and again, because just seconds after the equalizer, the Lions exhausted their relief when a Spanish penalty kick exploded at the post. Two minutes later, the blow was on the other side: the Spanish goalkeeper still threw life and limbs into the fray to prevent Hendrix and Docker from scoring, but Tom Boone was ruthless: 2-1 for the Lions.
Finally a cat in the box, you guessed it, but nothing could be further from the truth. With ten men left (after a yellow card for Kenna), Vanach twice had to intervene urgently. Three minutes before the end, Hendrix – who else is – scored the highest point by scoring his eleventh goal in these games.
Next Tuesday, the Red Team will face India in the semi-finals at 3.30 am.
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