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Volleyball: Poland beat Portugal in European championship opener

03.09.2021 23:00
Poland defeated Portugal 3-1 on home turf in their opening game of the Men's European Volleyball Championship on Thursday.
Polands Michał Kubiak (left) in action against Portugal on Thursday.
Poland's Michał Kubiak (left) in action against Portugal on Thursday.Photo: PAP/Łukasz Gągulski

The Poles, who are reigning world champions, will take on Serbia in their next match in Kraków, southern Poland, on Saturday.

Poland is jointly hosting the 2021 EuroVolley championships, which are also being held in the Czech Republic, Estonia and Finland from September 1 to 19.

The Polish team, under Belgian coach Vital Heynen, reached the quarterfinals of the volleyball tournament at this summer's Tokyo Olympics, where it was knocked out by eventual gold medal winners France.

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Source: TVP, polskieradio24