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    Poland’s Women’s Volleyball Team Extends Winning Streak in Nations League

    The Polish women’s volleyball team continued their flawless performance in the Nations League with a commanding victory over the Netherlands on Saturday. The Poles secured a 3-0 win (25:20, 26:24, 25:18), maintaining their unbeaten run without losing a single set in the tournament.

    Despite a challenging start, the Polish team, under the guidance of coach Stefano Lavarini, displayed remarkable resilience and tactical skill. In the first set, Poland initially lagged but staged a strong comeback, fueled by Katarzyna Wenerska’s serves and Magdalena Stysiak’s attacks. A crucial block by Korneluk and Stysiak equalized the score at 11:11, followed by a service ace from Natalia Mędrzyk that gave Poland the lead. They held onto this momentum, closing the set at 25:20.

    The second set saw the Netherlands taking an early lead. Poland trailed 1:4 and faced a significant deficit at 2:7. However, a strategic timeout called by Lavarini helped the team regroup. The Poles then edged ahead, building a narrow but crucial lead. Despite the Netherlands’ strong serves causing reception issues for Poland, a service ace from Klaudia Alagierska gave them the upper hand. In a tense finish, Poland saved a set point and clinched the set 26:24.

    The third set followed a similar pattern, with Poland initially falling behind but quickly recovering. The set remained close until the final stages, where Poland pulled ahead with a series of blocks and attacks. The Poles sealed the set 25:18, and with it, the match.

    Poland’s victory over the Netherlands keeps their perfect record intact in the Nations League, continuing their impressive streak without dropping a single set. The team will face Japan on Sunday in Antalya, Turkey, for their final match of this stage. 

    Polska – Holandia 3-0 (25-20, 26-24, 25-18)

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