Thursday, 23 October 2014
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Relief for Brazil

Brazilian Renan attacks Polish block
Both teams have changed their starting six. In Brazil Marcelo Vitor and Victor Hugo play for Pedro Reck and Ary de Souza. The Polish team began with Dawid Dryja for Tomasz Kalembka.

For a long time in the first set given Poland the event: 8-7 and 16-12 was the team of coach Grzegorz Rys lead. But from 19-19, the game tilted in favor of the Brazilians, who were the last points: An ace of Eykman, attack by Lucarelli, Renan and Marcelo, plus a good block action by Octavio took the first set win (25-21).

Up to 16-12 by the South Americans had also set two well under control. Above all, the attack power of Lucarelli (seven points so far), Poland prepared the big problems. Although the Polish boys drew even hope as they substitute with an ace of Kalembka the first guide (21-20) had. But an error in the receive (Mika) and an attack by Octavio worried about the middle of the last Brazilian points (25-23).

Subsequently, the resistance of the Polish team was exhausted for now. 8-3 it stood at the first technical timeout for Brazil, 16-10 in the second after an attack error by Ferens. Lucarelli conjured at will and more could hardly be stopped by a Polish block (18-11). As it was already 24-20 for the South Americans and they had four match points in mind, however, they were careless and punished according to several errors with the loss rate (24-26).

Poland was in the fourth set of remains much fighting spirit. From a 4-7 to 7-7 they made a 15-13. Only with 16-15 in the second technical timeout Brazil was able to take the lead and continued to expand this to 23-17. An attack by Milosz Hebda landed in Brazil block, and an unforced error ended the match with a 25-19 in favor of Brazil.
  

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