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German 'focus' was key, says Guidetti

Maren Brinker contribute four service aces in Germany's defeat of the Dutch

Germany coach Giovanni Guidetti:
"Today was very important for us. My team started very focused and really concentrated. My team has really played like a team at this world championship. I am proud of them."

Germany captain Christiane Furst:
"It was a great fight against a team that never gives up. They came back and we had to respond. I am proud of my team."

Netherlands coach Avital Selinger:
"I think our problem today was serving and receiving in the first two sets. We started to play better in the third set and then it became a high-level match. However, it was too little, too late."

Netherlands captain Manon Flier:
"We are disappointed with the result. I don't think we showed what we were capable of today. The first two sets we were off. They did a good job."

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 


 


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