Argentina's coach Javier Weber: "We played pretty good, especially in the first set. We were an equivalent rival for the Polish team, but then they took their rhythm and we lost ours. We had a chance to win the fourth set and level the score, although we made too many simple mistakes and we lost. Now we're heading to Germany and we believe to get some points."
Argentina's captain Rodrigo Quiroga: "This game was quite similar to yesterday's. We were on the lead for most of the fourth set, but then we failed in attack and couldn't regain our rhythm. When you play against such a team like Poland you have to play very good during the whole game. We weren't able to do that and we lost. Congratulations to the Polish team."
Poland's coach Daniel Castellani: "First of all, I'm happy about winning six points this weekend. It was our goal and we achieved it. We want to play in the Final Six and we need every point to get the top spot in the Pool D table. I'm also very happy about the shape of those four players who joined the team just before the games against Argentina. Now we've got one day off and then start preparing for the matches versus Cuba."
Poland's captain Pawel Zagumny: "It was another very tough game for us. Especially for me and other players who had only few days of training with the group. It was our first game we played right from the start after a long break. The Argentineans showed good tactical preparations, although our serving and blocking were the keys to success."