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Dynamically overtook Slovenia in the League of Nations

Dynamically overtook Slovenia in the League of Nations

Slovenia moved past Serbia in the League of Nations table with a 3-0 win in Gdansk. She had the biggest problem in defeating her opponent in the third set.

Sebastian Skitkowski

Representatives of Slovenia

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Before the game, Serbia was ahead of its opponent in the table. They overcame him in the last two rounds when they won against Canada and Australia, and Slovenia suffered defeats against Italy and Japan. However, there was another change of places on the field in Gdańsk on Wednesday.

Slovenia started the match sluggishly with a score of 2: 5, but at this stage it stopped the opponent’s possible escape and scored six points in one set-up. There weren’t many turnovers in the first set, and a shot from the Adriatic Sea beat the opposition 25:15. Then she followed suit.

The team, driven by Tine Urnaut, Klemen Cebulj and Tonck Stern, did well in the second set as well. In addition, Serbia made a double mistake, which helped the opposition win. This time it was 25:19, and volleyball players from the Balkan center had trouble not only reaching Gdańsk, but also fighting in it.

This time the most difficult for the winners is not the first, but the last step. Serbia was in the lead 19:18 and then kept in touch with the opponent for several actions. However, Slovenia did not allow the fight to take advantage, let alone the extension of the match, and won with a score of 25:23.

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Slovenia – Serbia 3: 0 (25:15, 25:19, 25:23)

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