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EuroVolley: Poland to play Russia for spot in semis

13.09.2021 13:00
Poland will face off against Russia in the quarterfinals of the Men's European Volleyball Championship as they look to extend their six-match winning streak at the tournament and secure a place in the final four.
Polands Michał Kubiak (right) in action against Finland on Saturday.
Poland's Michał Kubiak (right) in action against Finland on Saturday.Photo: PAP/Adam Warżawa

Poland on Saturday picked up their sixth straight win at the EuroVolley championships, defeating Finland 3-0 in the knockout round of 16 on home turf in the Baltic city of Gdańsk.

The Poles, who are reigning world champions, will now play Olympic silver medal winners Russia for a place in the semifinals of the continental tournament on Tuesday.

The Polish team beat Portugal, Serbia, Greece, Ukraine and Belgium in its previous games at the Men's European Volleyball Championship.

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.


Source: TVP, polskieradio24