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    Polish Volleyball Triumphs Over Argentina in World U21 Championships Opener

    The Polish women’s volleyball team kicked off the World Under-21 Championships with an impressive win against Argentina in a gripping match held in León, Mexico.

    Under the guidance of coach Jakub Głuszak, Poland dominated the first set, controlling the game from start to finish with a final score of 25:17.

    The second set saw a resilient Argentina fighting back, but Poland clinched it 27:25. Barbara Latos’ exit due to injury didn’t deter the Polish team, who capitalized on their rivals’ missed opportunities.

    In the third set, Poland’s captain Pola Janicka’s leadership shone, helping her team to regain their four-point lead and eventually win 25:23. This victory propels Poland into upcoming matches against China and Serbia in group C.

    “The Polish U21 national team started today in Mexico the struggle in the World Championships. In the first match, our volleyball players defeated Argentina in three sets!” Polish Volleyball wrote on X (formerly known as X). 

    Poland – Argentina 3:0 (25:17, 27:25, 25:23)

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