Qatari handball team achieved on Monday a broad victory over its Uzbek counterpart, 46-15, in the second match of the main round of the 2022 Asian Men's Handball Championship, currently held in the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and continues until January 31 and qualifies for the 2023 IHF World Men's Handball Championship in Poland and Sweden.
Qatar raised its tally to four points from two victories. Qatar has defeated Saudi Arabia 34-19 on Saturday.
Qatar will secure a World Championship qualification if the Saudi team lost to South Korea. However, if Saudi Arabia won its match against South Korea, the qualification spot will be determined on Wednesday when Qatar takes on South Korea.
South Korea is the title record-holders of the Asian Men's Handball Championship with eight trophies, followed by Qatar and Kuwait with each having four titles, and Japan in third place with two gold medals.
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