Handball Puerto Rico - Cuba live Stream Jul 6, 2023
Puerto Rico is playing against Cuba on Jul 6, 2023 at 11:00:00 PM UTC. This game is part of Central American and Caribbean Games.
07 July 2023 sports fans will freeze at the screens to witness a heated battle of Puerto Rico vs Cuba. The live broadcast of the match is scheduled for 07:30. Central American and Caribbean Games is rich in interesting signage, and we certainly recommend following what is happening live. Moreover, for this, you only need to register online. Searching for high-quality images on the Internet often takes too much time. So do not neglect the proposed resource.
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The National Handball Team walks toward the semifinals in San Salvador. Puerto Rico achieved its second victory on Monday in the men’s handball tournament of the Central American and Caribbean Games San Salvador 2023 by defeating Nicaragua by a wide score of 45-29 in a match held at the Don Bosco Multigym, in Soyapango.
Pablo Monge contributed nine goals for the Puerto Ricans, followed by José Ceballos with six. Three other athletes added five goals each.
Goalies Kevin Colón stopped eight goals on 21 attempts. Similarly, Luis Hernández prevented eight touchdowns in 23 attempts.
For Nicaragua, the best scorers were Keneth Garay with eight goals and Ervin González six.
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