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The better block leads Poland to victory

Good blockers: Polish players (back)
With a 3-1 (27-25, 24-26, 25-21, 25-14) against Japan the  polnish Team has earned its second victory in Pool G.

In the first set, both teams were only two points apart, perhaps, were decisive in the end (27-25) the two block points Patryk Szczurek. Japan made in this set not a single block point.

In set two Takashi Dekita did succeed at last a block point, but that should be the only one for Japan in the whole match. Poland had a significantly higher rate (11-1) and made with the service twice as many points (4-2). Nevertheless, the Japanese were able to win the set with 26-24. Masahiro Yanagida had taken out the set point, then Milosz Hebda suggested in the block.

But in the following sets reiterated Poland with a block of seven points, had fewer unforced errors (8-12) and more power in the attack (30-27). After 22 minutes they won set three (25-21), after 21 minutes set four (25-14).

Best scorer for Poland was Milosz Hebda with 23 points, including 19 per attack, three with service and one per block. For the Japanese Takashi Dekita scored the most points (21), 19 by attack, each one by block and serve.
  

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