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    Polish Women’s Volleyball Team Triumphs Over South Korea

    The Polish women’s volleyball team secured a crucial 3-1 victory against South Korea, advancing their bid to the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.

    In their previous match, Poland dominated Slovenia with a convincing 3-0 victory, setting the stage for their campaign. However, the clash with South Korea was expected to be a tougher challenge.

    From the outset, Poland displayed their dominance, taking an early lead at 5-2. Despite a brief comeback attempt by South Korea, Poland swiftly regained control, thanks in part to Olivia Różański’s pivotal counterattack, securing the first set 25-22.

    The second set was fiercely contested, with South Korea showing marked improvement. Despite Poland’s strong start, they encountered challenges at the net. Monika Fedusio’s impressive block initially gave them the edge at 19-14, but a remarkable Korean comeback led to a 26-24 victory for South Korea.

    The third set saw South Korea taking the initiative, establishing a three-point lead. However, Joanna Wołosz’s serving skills turned the tide in Poland’s favor. Later, with two consecutive effective blocks, Poland gained a vital two-point lead at 20-18 and eventually won the set 25-21.

    The fourth set was a showcase of Polish dominance throughout. Stefano Lavarini’s team controlled the court, leaving no doubt about the outcome. Agnieszka Korneluk’s net performance, including an impressive block at 22-9, sealed their victory with a resounding 25-9 score, securing the match 3-1.

    This impressive victory marks a significant step for the Polish women’s volleyball team in their quest to qualify for the 2024 Paris Olympics. Theor next opponent is Colombia.

    Poland – South Korea 3:1 (25:22, 24:26, 25:21, 25:9)

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