Hosts Egypt are through to the World Men’s Handball Championship quarter-finals following a thrilling draw with Slovenia.
Slovenia equalised in the dying seconds for the second game running, but a 25-25 draw was enough to see Egypt through to the last eight and Slovenia be knocked out.
Later in capital Cairo, Sweden convincingly beat the Russian Handball Federation team 34-20, with Lucas Pellas eight times on the scoresheet.
Sweden finish top of Group IV on eight points, while Egypt had seven and Slovenia six.
Belarus beat North Macedonia 30-26 in the group's other match.
In Group III, unbeaten France advance along with Norway.
The French were 32-23 winners against Portugal, who could have gone through with a win.
Hugo Descat scored eight goals for France and Sander Sagosen did the same in a narrow Norway win against Iceland.
The Norwegians triumphed 35-33 at the 6th of October City venue named after International Handball Federation President Hassan Moustafa.
Algeria lost 24-27 to Switzerland in the group's other match.
Group I and Group II conclude tomorrow, which will answer the question of who France, Norway, Egypt and Sweden will play in the quarter-finals.