World League Chinese women’s volleyball team beat Dominica 3-0 to advance to the finals

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Original title: World League Chinese women’s volleyball team defeated Dominica 3-0 to advance to the finals

The picture comes from the official website of the FIVB

On the evening of July 1st, Beijing time, the World Women’s Volleyball League’s Sofia station in Bulgaria continued. The Chinese women’s volleyball team welcomed the third opponent of this station, the Dominican team. In the end, the girls fell in straight sets with 25-19, 25-16 and 25-15. The game defeated the opponent and achieved two consecutive victories. At the same time, he also confirmed the right to participate in the finals.

In this game, the Chinese women’s volleyball coach Cai Bin made the exact same starting lineup as when he played against Poland in the previous game: the main attacker Li Yingying partnered with Jin Ye, the auxiliary attack Yuan Xinyue joined Wang Yuanyuan, the support Gong Xiangyu, the setter Diao Linyu, and the free man Wang Weiyi.

In the first game, Dominican blocked the net with high efficiency. After Gonzalez hit a jumper, the team led 5-2. Since then, with Li Yingying’s consecutive serve points, the Chinese team will overtake the score. Next, the Dominicans made more and more mistakes. The Chinese team successfully blocked the net twice and entered a technical timeout with a five-point advantage 12-7. After the suspension came back, the Dominicans once approached the score, and the Chinese women’s volleyball team began to adopt the double free man tactics. Ni Feifan and Wang Weiyi both played well. In the mid-game stage, the two sides scored alternately, and the women’s volleyball girls always had the upper hand. When the score was rewritten to 13-20, the Dominican team called a timeout. This time, the team did not improve much after the suspension. In the end, Gong Xiangyu smashed the ball and scored, and the Chinese women’s volleyball team won the first game 25-19.

The picture comes from the official website of the FIVB

At the start of the second game, Gonzalez’s serve gave the team a 5-3 lead. After that, Yuan Xinyue’s serve helped the Chinese women’s volleyball team to achieve the lead. After Peralta smashed the ball out of bounds, the girls led 12-8 into a technical timeout. After the restart of the game, the Dominicans once won in chaos and scored three points in a row. Gong Xiangyu’s serve, Li Yingying’s heavy dunk and Yuan Xinyue’s fastball played a role in stabilizing the military’s heart in a critical moment. At 13-19, Dominican coach Marcos called a timeout. After the suspension, the Chinese women’s volleyball team still firmly controlled the situation. In the end, the Dominican volleyball made a mistake, and the girls won 25-16.

The picture comes from the official website of the FIVB

In the third game, the Chinese women’s volleyball team quickly took the lead 5-1. After that, the opponents narrowed the difference to 2 points, but this is the limit they can achieve. After a serve error in Dominica, the Chinese team entered a technical timeout with a 12-6 lead. After coming back from the suspension, Wang Yuanyuan succeeded in consecutive blocks, and continued to maintain a six-point advantage 14-8. At 10-18 in the last game, Marcos called for a timeout again. This time, the Chinese women’s volleyball team continued to expand their advantage after returning from the timeout. At 23-15, Yang Hanyu replaced Wang Yuanyuan. Then the girls scored two points in a row, and the victory was easily secured 25-15. .

At 18:30 on July 3, Beijing time, the Chinese women’s volleyball team will face the last opponent of this station, the South Korean team.

(Sohu Sports Guo Jian/Text)Return to Sohu, see more

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