Wednesday, 20 August 2014
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Poland also can win at last

Good action by Polish Libero Bartosz Kaczmarek
Two sets, it looked like a very easy match for Poland. Especially in the block and attack gave the players of coach Grzegorz Rys a convincing performance on the team from Puerto Rico had no answer.

Five block points and two aces were the foundation for winning the first set. Puerto Rico was only a block point, and was defeated in the attack (8-11). After 23 minutes, Poland had won the set with 25-18.

In the second set of the superiority of Poland was not stopped. In attack, they receive twice as many points (10-5), such as Puerto Rico, that worked often with 12 opponent errors very unfocused. Poland's players are allowed only six errors and were easily found at the end of a 25-13.

But it went not so easily on in third set. Suddenly, Puerto Rico on turning, even with a 9-0 lead before Milosz Hebda succeeded in redeeming first point for Poland. The second technical timeout while Puerto Rico was still in the lead with 16-11 and later with 18-15, but the opponent came closer and point by point at 18-18, Poland had everything under control again. Adrian Buchowski caused point 24 by attack, the last completed Tomasz Kalembka with an ace for 25-21.
  

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