Spain tried, but could not get the bronze medal against a Hungary that has been superior, both in effectiveness and play. That's all for today, until next time. Stay informed on VAVEL.
End of the match
The match ends, Hungary takes the bronze medal. Great performance by all Hungarians, especially Viktor Nagy. Hungary 9-5 Spain.
In ten seconds the Hungarians scored two goals, one scored by Angyal and the other by Varga, with an empty net, 9-5.
26'| Hungary goal
Hungary scored thanks to a goal by Marton, who saw a hole and shot. The Hungarians had numerical superiority due to the expulsion of Alejandro Bustos, 7-5.
The last quarter begins
Famera again gets the first possession of the last quarter, but the Spanish squander it. There is a third ejection for Zalanki, 6-5.
End of third quarter
At the end of the third quarter, Hungary leads Spain 6-5. This will be decided in the last eight minutes.
21'| Hungary goal reviewed
The referee is looking to see if Angyal's shot has entered the Spanish goalkeeper's goal. After reviewing it, the referee does not award the goal. The score is still 6-5.
18'| Gool by Marton
Hungary scores the sixth goal, the Hungarians go ahead again, 6-5. Once again they had numerical superiority, five out of five in numerical superiority for the Hungarians.
The third quarter starts
The third quarter starts, Famera and Manhercz swim for the ball to have the first possession of the third quarter. And the first possession is for Spain, Famera wins the sprint.
Second quarter ends
We reached halftime with a tie at five on the scoreboard, the Spanish have lowered the pace of the first quarter, they have to return to the effectiveness of the first eight minutes, 5-5.
15'| Munarriz goal
Now, Munarriz managed to score to tie the game. The Spaniards had an extra player due to the expulsion of Harai, 5-5.
13'| Hungary goal
The Hungarians went ahead again, Hosnyanszky scoring when Hungary had numerical superiority due to the double sending off of De Toro and Famera.
12'| Spain ties
Things were not going well for Spain, as Granados had hit the post. On the next play, De Toro scored when Spain had numerical superiority, 4-4.
Second quarter begins, 4-3
The second quarter started with the Hungarians scoring thanks to a goal by Jansik on a counterattack.
In the last minute, the Spaniards took the lead thanks to Roger's goal, where Spain had double numerical superiority. In the next play, Harai tied the game, also in numerical superiority. The first quarter ends.
6'| Felipe's goal
Felipe ties the match. Spain had the advantage after Pasztor was sent off. Spain reacts quickly and ties the match, 2-2.
5'| Hungary takes the lead
Zalanki scores to put Hungary ahead, who had double superiority after Mallarach and De Toro were sent off, 2-1.
2'| Hungary goal
Manhercz ties the match in the first superiority for Hungary due to the expulsion of Granados. The score was 1-1.
1'| Munarriz goal
Primer tanto del encuentro, se adelanta los españoles gracias al gol de Munarriz tras la primera superioridad del encuentro por la expulsión de Jansik, 0-1.
0'| The match begins
The match for third and fourth place gets underway. Both teams swim for the first ball. The first possession goes to Spain.
The hymns are playing
The players have already been introduced, and the anthems have already been played. Both Hungary and Spain are getting ready to jump into the water. The fight for bronze is about to begin.
Photo of the Spanish Women's Waterpolo Team with the silver medal
Hungary's medal count in Men's Waterpolo
Hungary has 15 Olympic medals, nine gold, three silver and three bronze. The last medal won was the gold medal in Beijing 2008, where it won its third consecutive gold, after winning it in Athens 2004 and Sydney 2000.
Spain's medal count in Men's Waterpolo
Spain has two Olympic medals, a gold medal won in Atlanta 1996 and a silver medal won in Barcelona 1992. This Olympic Games will be its third Olympic final.
The Olympic final
The first place match will be Greece vs Serbia on Sunday, August 8 at 16.30 local time at the Tatsumi Waterpolo Center.
Where is it televised?
The match between Hungary and Spain can be seen on Eurosport, Eurosport Player, RTVE and RTVE Play at 06.40 Spanish time.
Hours and Location
The men's Waterpolo third and fourth place match will be played on Sunday, August 8 at 13.40 local time (06.40 Spanish time) at the Tatsumi Water Polo Center.
For its part, Hungary faced Greece where they lost 9-6, in a game where the Hungarians were behind in the scoreboard throughout.
Photo of the Spanish Waterpolo Team
Spain was eliminated in the semifinals against Serbia, where they lost 10-9 after suffering a comeback in the last quarter that gave the Serbs the pass to the Olympic final.
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