‘We deserve to be in final’

The final of the 24th Men’s Handball World Championship will be played at the Lusail Multipurpose Arena in Doha today, and for the first time in the history of world handball, a non-European team will be fighting for the gold—hosts Qatar.

In all outdoor World Championship held so far, it is only the eighth time that the hosts are among the finalists—Germany (1938, 2007), Sweden (1954), France (2001) and Spain (2013) won the gold medals on home ground, while German Democratic Republic (1974) and Croatia (2009) finished with silver.

“We know that we have already made history. It is like a dream for us and we don’t want to wake up before Monday morning,” Qatar line player Borja Vidal said after his team had beaten Poland in Friday’s semi-final.
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Source News: Gulf Times