The Polish national team defeated Australia in a good fashion in the League of Nations (3: 0). White and red dominate each element. This is the third victory of the Polish volleyball players in this year’s edition of the tournament.
Coach Vittal Heinen’s team started the second series with a fight with the Australians. He will play the US team on Friday and Russia on Saturday.
Yet after the first move, the world champions quickly took the lead by several points. It was 9: 5 after a batch of Fabian Trisca, and at one point, the advantage increased to five points as the team was misunderstood by the antibodies. This year L.N. Piotr Novakovsky ‘s tactical play, which debuted with this performance in, caused a lot of problems for the contestants.
After Thomas Fornell’s service ace, the white and red team returned at 20:13, and the fate of the first game was decided in practice. It ended 25:16 after James Weir’s game.
The second set began as the Poles played freely and confidently. தாக்குதல்ukasz Kaczmarek’s attack, another Drzyzga’s ace, a block in the middle of the net and it was 4: 0. When Brazil coach Marcos Miranda appeared 6-1 on the scoreboard, he asked for time off.
His advice didn’t help much, because the well-publicized white and red in the service sector surpassed 9: 2 after Norbert Huber’s two aces.. After a few more transfers to the service, Fornell stepped inside and twice failed to accommodate the Australians effectively. The teams finished the second technical break with a score of 16: 4. Then it was 19: 5 and the set ended with a score of 25:10, which was rare at this level.
The start of the third edition was a bit of a distraction for the Poles, thanks to which the Australians won 2-0 or 7: 5. Heinen took the lead with Tresca’s play. Talented playmaker servos and the successful killings of Camille Seminyak or Coxmare snatched the competitors’ desire to play even more and the confidence to fight even from these competitors.
The Polish team was still shining in service, with the poor reception of the opponents making it easy for the Poles to lose 12 points in the final set.
Poland – Australia 3-0 (25:16, 25:10, 25:12).
Poland: Asukasz Kaczmarek, Piotr Nowakowski, Tomasz Fornal, Fabian Drzyzga, Norbert Huber, Kamil Semeniuk, Paweł Zatorski (Libro) and Jakub Kochanowski
Australia: Ethan Garrett, Luke Smith, Graham Beau, James Weir, Nehemiah Mod, Dosange Arshdeep, Luke Berry (Libero), Oras Tim Taylor, Elliott Oluvatobi Asi, Trend Odea, Sam Flowerte.
In LN, as in previous editions (canceled last year due to the Covit-19 epidemic), 16 teams compete with the peer-to-peer system. After the crucial phase of transforming the competition between traditional continents, the first four teams will qualify for the final four on June 26-27.
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