In their first volleyball match, Memorial of Wagner in Krakow, Poland won on Thursday (18/08) with Iran. In Tauron Arena Kraków, you will also face Argentina and Serbia.
Poland: Janusz, Kurek, Bieniek, Kochanowski, Śliwka, Semeniuk, Zatorski (libero) and Fornal, Łomacz, Kaczmarek.
Iran: Vadi, Ebadipour, Toukhleh, Kazemi, Esfandar Mojarad, Hazratpourtalatappeh (libero) and Manavi, Jelveh.
The games and the team are usually even and cut, and that was the scenario this season as well. Biało-Czerwoni played with this rival in the League of Nations. It is advisable to draw, “with the indication” of, first they lost in the group recommendation in Gdańsk 2: 3, and then later, always 3: 2 in the offensive, at the points of sale, in the quarter-final of the LN final tournament in Italy.
The beginning of the Thursday meeting of the Wagner Memorial in Tauron Arena Kraków, at about 12 thousand. fans, hosts to hosts. After a series of best actions, they jumped back to 9: 5, but the visitors quickly returned to the game. At 14:14 the coach of our team Nikola Grbić for the time. It helped, after a while (18:15) Iran’s coach Behrouz Ataei called his coach for consultations. It did nothing, because the Poles followed the blow – for Jakub Kochanowski an advantage and as a block of points, and on the swimming side of Janusz Janusz – to 6. Our team did not waste this chance, won to the 19th.
The second part to Iran started better (2: 4), shortly after Bartosz Kurek’s block it was 4: 4, and after Kochanowski’s ace we took over. The game is even. At 12:11, at the beginning, after the first speech, Tomasz Fornal comes from Krakow, his facilities making it easier for Poles to park two points (time for 14:11). After a while, the Poles were leading by 16:12, but the rivals took up the fight, getting closer to the point, and then leading to a draw. From 20:18 the guests scored 5 points from the order, in this series they were not interrupted by time for Grbić (20:20 block of the block on the tap). Iran’s first setball did not work out (Milad Ebadipour’s auto play), and the initial moment of the name was saved by Kurek, who beat the block (24:24).