German volleyball players beat Czech Republic

The German volleyball players have gained their first victory at the European Championship. The team of national coach Felix Koslowski struggled on Friday to a 3: 1 (25:23, 20:25, 25:23, 25:21) against the Czech Republic. One day after the 1: 3 for the prelude to medal candidate Poland, the Germans again made many unconcentrities and let their opponents approach again and again.

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With the first preliminary preliminary victory, Koslowski’s team has already taken course on the K.O.-Round. The first four teams of the four groups reach the secondary final. Louisa Lippmann was in Plovdiv in Bulgaria with 20 points again the best German attacker. After a day to a breakthrough, the Germans meet on Sunday (18.00 pm) on the co-hosts from Bulgaria.

The German selection repeatedly prepared problems. The scarce first sentence she fetched, but then she acted too unconcentrated. A 7: 1 guidance and then the entire second passage gave the Germans because they occurred to passively. Also in the third sentence Koslowski’s team lost their line, although they even led at 17:10 in the meantime. With nerve strength, Lippmann & Co. decided to the third and finally the fourth passage for themselves.

Germany is currently sharing the third place of group B with the Czech Republic. At 19.30, the game of Greeks against Poland takes place.

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