Croatia, Spain record wins - London 2012 - Water Polo
Sandro Sukno and Miho Boskovic scored hat-tricks as Croatia beat Italy in Group A of the men's Water Polo competition, while Spain edged out Australia.
Croatia were too strong for Italy, wrapping up an 11-6 win to take up a commanding position in their group.
Paulo Obradovic helped himself to two goals, while Damir Buric, Niksa Dobud and Maro Jokovic netted one each in the contest.
Pietro Figlioli and Valentino Gallo scored two each for Italy, while Niccolo Gitto and Alex Giorgetti netted one apiece.
Spain showed their strength in depth as they overcame Australia 13-9.
David Martin, Albert Espanol and Felipe Perrone each netted a brace for Spain, while Billy Miller was on target five times for the Australians.
Greece made light work of Kazakhstan, wrapping up an 11-4 success.
The Kazakhs slipped to their third successive defeat of the Games, while the Greek side claimed their second win out of three Group A matches.
Serbia looked to be in control as they led for the majority of the match, but Montenegro kept pegging them back, and crucially clinched an equaliser in the very last minute of the game.
Norbert Madaras fired home five for the eventual winners, while Norbert Hosnyanszky and captain Peter Biros netted hat-tricks.