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Pressure was unimaginable says China coach

"It was unimaginable the amount of pressure we were facing in this match. We played hot as a team tonight. We were forceful and strong", said Chinese coach Yue Juemin
China coach Yue Juemin:
It was unimaginable the amount of pressure we were facing in this match. We played hot as a team tonight. We were forceful and strong.

China captain Wei Qiuyue:
Our win makes us very happy. The reason we could win tonight was because we became one as a team. We had a lot of discussions about how to overcome our challenge as a team tonight.

China player Suhong Zhou:
We all had an enormous amount of pressure to win this match. We exploded as a team.

Dominican Republic coach Marcos Kwiek:
We tried our best. We want to win our last game against Canada tomorrow. I need time to analyze our performance here. If I do it in an emotional state, it will only be negative.

Dominican Republic captain:
Tonight's match was important for us, but we were unable to win. We fought hard but it was tough.


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