Serbian water polo players beat Australia at the World Cup

Serbian water polo players beat Australia in Szeged today with 6: 5 (1: 1, 2: 2, 2: 2, 1: 0), in the second round of Group B of the World Cup. Double scorers for Serbia were Dušan Mandić and Nikola Lukić, while Nikola Jaksic and Radomir Drasovic entered the list of shooters one by one.

Two goals for Australia were scored by Blake Edwards and Nathan Power, and one goal was scored by George Ford.

During the entire match, both selections played great in the defense phase. They played goal to goal, so they entered the last quarter with a draw 5: 5.

In the last section, Serbia managed to break the resistance of the Australians with Nikola Lukić’s goal and reach the second victory at the World Cup.

Serbia is first in the group with two victories, and Australia is in second place with one victory and one defeat.

In the last round of the group, Serbia will play against Kazakhstan, while Australia will meet the United States.

By Editor

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