Knockout names decided - London 2012 - Handball
Day 10 at the Copper Box saw the quarter-final line-up in the men's Handball competition decided.
With both sides locked on two points going into the game and only one spot in the last eight remaining, Serbia enjoyed the better start and were 7-4 to the good midway through the first half, thanks to three unanswered goals.
But with a huge Hungarian backing in the Copper Box, Lajos Mocsai's team reduced the deficit to two at the break, going in 11-9 down, and then set themselves up for victory with a pulsating second-half performance.
Tamas Mocsai threw in nine goals for Hungary, while Momir Ilic and Rajko Prodanovic scored five apiece for Serbia as the morning's session started with a bang.
It looked like it would be Tunisia's game at a stroll as they raced into a 6-1 lead after nine minutes, but a strong second part of the opening period saw the South Americans haul it back, with the half-time scoreboard reading 12-12.
Tunisia came back again in the early exchanges of the second half and by the midway point they had re-established a three-goal lead that left Argentina with it all to do.
They brought that deficit back to one in the final few seconds as they searched for a way back into the game, but Tunisia scored with the last throw of the game to seal their fate, 25-23.
Elsewhere, Iceland eased to a comprehensive 41-24 win over Great Britain,while Croatia continued their momentum for the quarter-finals with a comfortable 30-25 victory over Spain in the final Group B preliminary match.