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European Junior Qualifiers, Greece-Romania 3-2: New upset, but with μό smiles

In the way it lost to Serbia (from 2-0, 2-3) the national team defeated Romania (from 0-2, 3-2), in its second match in the 1st qualifying round of the European K18 Children’s Championship that is being held in Sofia.

Against the Serbs, Alexandros Nanopoulos had 34 points with 29/51 points, 2 aces, 3 blocks, today he had 35 with slightly worse percentages (30/58 points, 1 ace, 4 blocks) reminiscent of Alexandros Raptis in Balkan Pampaida before 7 years.

Ethniki easily lost the first set and in the second did not take advantage of the bowl set they had, but from 0-2 onwards took a walk pushing Romania in the reception.

The 2-2 became easy in the tie break with the good morning we were ahead with 4-1 and finally we reached the victory easily.

Fluctuation:
1st set: 5-8, 13-16, 16-21, 20-25
2nd set: 8-6, 15-16, 21-19, 24-26
3rd set: 8-2, 16-6, 21-10, 25-14
4th set: 7-8, 16-14, 21-17, 25-20
5th set: 5-1, 10-7, 12-9, 15-12

The sets: 3-2 (20-25, 24-26, 25-14, 25-20, 15-12) at 120 ′
* Greece’s points came from 4 aces, 61 attacks, 12 blocks and 32 opponents ‘errors and Romania’s came from 4 aces, 50 attacks, 12 blocks and 31 opponents’ errors.

GREECE (Panagiotis Lakasas): Sousouridis 4 (1/4 ff., 1 ace, 2 blocks), Veziris, Panagiotou (38% min. – 25% excellent), Nanopoulos 35 (30/58 ff., 1 ace, 4 blocks), Rousos 9 (9 / 17 et seq., 62% min. – 14% excellent), Stathelos 7 (2/5 et seq., 2 aces, 3 blocks) / Baloukas (λ, 17% min. – 0% excellent), Pilitsis (λ, 54 % yp., 23% excellent), Adamos 4 (2/4 ff., 2 blocks), Paximadakis 16 (16/32 ff., 59% yp. – 18% excellent), Kontostathis 1 (1/1 ff.) .

ROMANIA (Christian Lazar): Robris free 13 (11/29 ff., 1 ace, 1 block, 41% min. – 13% excellent), Runcan 19 (15/33 ff., 1 ace, 3 blocks), Stinea 8 (3/9 ff., 1 ace, 4 blocks), Urian 5 (2/4 fps, 3 blocks), Martonos 16 (16/43 fps, 50% yps – 18% excellent), Abraham 3 (2/5 fps, 1 block) ) / Katalin (l, 31% min. – 6% excellent), Constantin 2 (1/3 ff., 1 ace), Randou.

The program of the games:

Wednesday 12 January 2022
Serbia – Romania 3-0 (25-23, 25-08, 25-19)
Turkey – Bulgaria 0-3 (14-25, 17-25, 32-34)

Thursday, January 13, 2022
Serbia – Greece 3-2 (23-25, 21-25, 25-20, 25-19, 15-08)
Bulgaria – Romania 3-0 (25-13, 25-20, 25-11)

Friday 14 January 2022
Greece – Romania 3-2 (20-25, 24-26, 25-14, 25-20, 15-12)
17.30: Turkey – Serbia

Saturday, January 15, 2022
15.00: Turkey – Greece
17.30: Serbia – Bulgaria

Sunday 16 January 2022
17.30: Turkey – Romania
20.00: Bulgaria – Greece

Grading
1.Bulgaria 2 wins – 0 losses, 6 points, 6-0 set, 159-107 points
2.Serbia 2 wins – 0 losses, 5 points, 6-2 sets, 184-147 points
3.Greece 1 win – 1 defeat, 3 points, 5-5 sets, 206-206 points
4.Romania 0 wins – 3 losses, 1 point, 2-9 sets, 191-259 points
5.Turkey 0 wins – 1 loss, 0 points, 0-3 sets, 63-84 points

Jeoffro René

I photograph general events and conferences and publish and report on these events at the European level.

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