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Yellow Tigers split shot in Nations League with 3-0 win over Canada |  volleyball

Yellow Tigers split shot in Nations League with 3-0 win over Canada | volleyball

In their 15th and final Nations League shootout game, the Yellow Tigers (FIVB-10) beat Canada (FIVB-21) 3-0. The positions set in Italian Rimini were 26-24, 25-17 and 25-17.

The Yellow Tigers got their teeth into the final game of a Nations League shot and they managed to close it off with a beauty. Our women’s national team beat Canada by 3 to 0 winning groups.

Yellow Tiger Celine van Gestel looks back with relief: “First of all, we are really happy that we won this last match and that we can finish the tournament with a victory.”

In the second set we started serving well and we can play our game

Celine van Gestel

“I think everyone is exhausted now and ready to go home, but we really had fun today. I think we didn’t do well in the first set.”

“But in the second set we started to serve well and were able to play our game. I think that was the main reason for our victory.”

The referee lost 7 times, 8 times and ninth place

With eight wins, six 3-2, and seven defeats, the Belgian finished ninth.

The United States (FIVB-1), Brazil (FIVB-3), Turkey (FIVB-5) and Japan (FIVB-4) will play the fourth final next weekend. China (FIVB-2), the Dominican Republic (FIVB-6), the Netherlands (FIVB-8), and Russia (FIVB-7) also ended the lead over Belgium.

Germany (FIVB-11), Poland (FIVB-12), Italy (FIVB-9), Serbia (FIVB-13), Canada, South Korea (FIVB-14) and Thailand (FIVB-17) left them behind.

The Belgian Grinta is victorious today.

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