The Brazilian women’s volleyball team defeated Serbia 3-0 (25/21, 25/9 and 25/21), this Sunday morning (19), at the Nilson Nelson gymnasium, in Brasília. The victory of coach Zé Roberto Guimarães’ team marked the end of the second stage of the League of Nations.
WHAT A BRAZILIAN DANCE!! ?
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(21/25, 9/25 21/25)
It wasn’t even midday and the girls had already had dinner!
Another great display of the women’s team in the League of Nations ???? pic.twitter.com/NF40PdBUo5
— Team Brazil (@timebrasil) June 19, 2022
Following matches in the federal capital, Brazil got three wins (Serbia, Holland and Turkey) and one defeat (Italy). With that, the Brazilian team appears in third place in the classification table, with 18 points (behind Japan, with 23, and the United States, with 21).
In this Sunday’s confrontation, Pri Daroit, Kisy and Gabi were the highest scorers, with 14 hits each. “My family was in high school and that was really special too. It was a good victory against Serbia, but we know that the work continues and we need to evolve”, said the libero Nyeme to the advice of the Brazilian Volleyball Confederation (CBV).
The third stage of the League of Nations women’s volleyball will be played in Sofia (Bulgaria) between the 28th of June and the 3rd of July. The competition brings together the 16 best volleyball teams on the planet. In 2022 the competition is held in two phases. The first has three steps. In each, teams are divided into two groups and each plays four times. The groups and matches for each week are defined by drawing lots. The best eight of this phase advance to the final stage, which is played between 13 and 17 July in Ankara (Turkey).