The Polish women’s volleyball team continues to make strides towards securing a spot at the upcoming Olympic Games in Paris. Under the guidance of their coach, Stefano Lavarini, they delivered an impressive victory over the Colombian team, triumphing in three sets.
The opening of the match saw the Polish players assert their dominance, quickly establishing a commanding lead of 8:1. However, their South American counterparts were not to be underestimated, mounting a determined comeback. Fortunately, the Polish team swiftly regained control, ultimately clinching the first set with a score of 25:21.
The second set witnessed a spirited effort from the Colombian players, who initially took the lead. However, a pivotal moment at 12:12 saw the Polish team surge ahead, maintaining their momentum throughout the set and securing another win.
As the third set unfolded, it became evident that Stefano Lavarini’s team was in complete command. They steadily extended their lead, at one point leading 15:5, while the Colombian women could only muster sporadic successful plays. With unwavering determination, the Polish team continued their pursuit of victory, ultimately emerging triumphant with a resounding 25:13 score in the third set.
Following this string of victories, the Polish women’s volleyball team now boasts an impressive nine points and a commanding 9:1 score in Group C, placing them firmly in the top position. Their next challenge awaits as they prepare to face the Thai women on Wednesday, September 20th.
Poland – Colombia 3:0 (25:21, 25:21, 25:13)