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France beat Canada while United States exceeded South Africa in Hajós Alfréd Swimming Complex on Sunday morning thus they will play for the 13th place on Tuesday.

Crossover matches on the 4th day of men's water polo tournament in Hajós Alfréd Swimming Complex.

For 13th-16th places

M25

Canada-France 6-10 (4-3, 1-2, 1-2, 0-3)
Hajós Alfréd Swimming Comlex, referees: Ivanovksi (MNE), Schwartz (ISR)
Canada: Radenovic – Constantin-Bicari 1, Halajian, Robinson, D’Souza 1, Torakis, Thomwood 2. Subs.: Patterson 1, Lappins, Radojcic, Soleimanipak 1. Head coach: Giuseppe Porzio       
France: Garsau – Saudadier, Kovacevic 1, Piot, Simon 1, Crousillat 3, Marzouki 3. Subs.: Dino 1, Izdinsky, Laversanne, Peisson 1. Head coach: Hrvoje Hrestak

The first quarter of the game already saw a big battle and apparently the two teams aimed at achieving good results at the 17th FINA World Championships. The first quarter was won by Canada 4-3, but in the second France, the most ruthless participant in the tournament had bigger appetite for success. Hrestak Hrvoje's side won both the second and the third quarters 2-1, and was more dominant in the closing quarter than Canada, 9th placed team of the previous World Championships in Kazan.

France won the match and awaits its opponent for 13th place game.

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M26

South Africa-United States 134 (01, 36, 13, 03)
Hajós Alfréd Swimming Complex, referees: Koryzna (lengyel), El Shamy (egyiptomi)
South Africa: Lewis - E. Le Roux 1, Dorrant, Braun, Rodda 1, P. Le Roux 1, Molyneux. Subs.: Badenhorst 1, De Carvalho, Rabie, Whyte, Olver. Head coach: Paul Martin
USA: McQuin - Hooper 1, Hallock, Cupido 1, Dunstan, Bowen, Roelse 2. Subs.: Vavic 1, Obert 3, Carniglia 1, Ramirez 1, Irving 3. Assistant coach: Alexander Rodriguez

After the first quarter (1-0), the two teams seemed to have scored a fierce and goal-less match, but the second act was a real goal-duel, which saw the United States as the winner (6-3). Alexander Rodriguez's team (head coach Dejan Udovicic had a red card in the previous game) was in control of the game for the rest of the match, and did not give a quarter for the South Africans. 

Quarterfinals

13:30 – Brazil-Australia
15:00 – Kazakhstan-Italy
20:30 – Greece-Japan
22:00 – Spain-Russia

Tuesday, 25 July

For 15th place

09:30 - Canada/France – South Africa/United States

For 13th place

10:50 - Canada/France – South Africa/United States

For 9-12th places

12:10 - Brazil/Australia – Greece/Japan
13:30 – Kazakhstan/Italy – Spain/Russia

In the quarterfinal

14:50 – Montenegro – Greece/Japan
16:10 – Serbia – Brazil/Australia
20:30 – Hungary - Spain/Russia
22:00 – Croatia – Kazakhstan/Italy