Greece’s water polo team defeat Australia at World Aquatics Championships

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It was a victorious premiere for Greece’s men’s national polo team at the World Aquatics Championship on Monday, with the Greek team bending the resistance of Australia and winning 13-9.

After the first eight minutes, the Greek team increased its performance, steadily gaining the lead.

The first scorer was Argyropoulos and he was followed by Kalogeropoulos with two, while from then on there was a plurality in scoring. 

Greece next faces Kazakhstan, while the USA faces Australia.

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