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Serbia really grew as a team - Terzic

Serbia coach Zoran Terzic: said was a "very difficult and important" match
Serbia captain Jelena Nikolic:
“Today’s victory had two meanings. We grew up as a team compared to last year. This time we didn’t bring any bad faces. Since we lost to Russia yesterday, it was difficult to find power to come back today. But as a professional, we showed our best in Volleyball regardless of any ranking. We will try to do our best in the next match.”

Serbia coach Zoran Terzic:
“It was a very difficult and important match for us. We know that if we lost this game, we can go home tomorrow, or win and stay to play for fifth place. So it was very important for us to win today and play well. We know that Korea have a very good team, they have played very well in this tournament. They have showed they are a very serious and good team. Today we really grew up like a team, and after some bad games, especially the game yesterday against Russia. So I’m very happy not only with the win but with the team’s progress, because we played a good game after losing to Russia.”
 
South Korea captain Sa-Nee Kim:
“We’re glad we played the second round without any big injury. If there is a next game, we will do our best until the end.”

South Korea coach Sam-Ryong Park:
“We couldn’t win. I want to thank my team for playing their best until the end. It was difficult to play an early match after playing last night, and we didn’t have much rest.”

 

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