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Red Dragons tackle the Faroe Islands in record time in their first European Championship qualifying mission |  volleyball

Red Dragons tackle the Faroe Islands in record time in their first European Championship qualifying mission | volleyball

The Red Dragons never got tired of winning their first European Championship qualifier. Against the Faroe Islands it was 3-0 after just over an hour of play. The specific situations speak for themselves: 25-7, 25-15 and 25-9.

From the first round, it became clear that the Belgians would have an easy evening against the Faroe Islands, anything but a volleyball country.

The spectators who attended didn’t really get their money’s worth, certainly not in the first and third group. The Dragon won it 25-7, 25-9.

In between, the Faroe Islands experienced a temporary outbreak, but they were never able to alarm the Belgians: 25-15.

After just over an hour of playing, the score 3-0 was already on the board. “Invisible,” commentator Mark Willems summed it up. The next two matches against Estonia will undoubtedly be different.

Rosso: “Tough matches”

Of course, Thomas Russo could not draw many conclusions after the simple victory of the dragon. His first reaction was, “I haven’t played many matches against opponents of this level.”

“However, these matches are not easy because they are expected to finish quickly. You can do more wrong things than you do in such matches. It was very important to stay focused, because qualification can be based on one point.”

With 28 springs, Rousseau is the oldest in the Belgian magazine. Now the dragons have to go to Estonia. “A tough job, but I feel a lot of energy. We go there with a positive naivety.”

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