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Lazcano: We will have a lot of good memories of this city

Ekaterinburg, Russia, May 17, 2018 - Thailand claimed a convincing victory against Argentina 3-0 (25-17, 25-17, 25-16) on day three of the FIVB Volleyball Nations League on Thursday.

Thailand coach Danai Sriwacharamaytakul said: "It was a very useful week for us. We tried to do our best. Our young players had a good experience. They had a problem - to get over when the game is going badly. They overcame this, and played much better than on previous days."

Thailand captain Pleumjit Thinkaow said: "We played against Argentina, they have a massive spike, and are very good in blocking. We worked hard and won today. Also our young players were very confident today."

Argentina coach Guillermo Orduna said: "I think the concentration we had today was very bad. Thailand played very fast. Argentina didn't play today on a high level. We had a lot of mistakes in attack. We need to find our way for future games. We need to improve for the next season. It was very important for this young team to have experience like this competition. We will try to be better and better in every match."

Argentina captain Julieta Lazcano said: "The people in Ekaterinburg are so nice. They are always smiling for our team. We like to be with our fans, take pictures with them. I think it's very useful for the promotion of volleyball. The organization was really good. We will have a lot of good memories of this city."


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