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The Chinese women’s volleyball team defeated Belgium to get a “good start” in the Philippines of the World Women’s Volleyball League

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The Chinese women’s volleyball team defeated Belgium to get a “good start” in the Philippines of the World Women’s Volleyball League

The Chinese women’s volleyball team defeated Belgium to get a “good start” in the Philippines of the World Women’s Volleyball League

2022-06-16 14:54:27Source: Xinhua News Agency

Xinhua News Agency, Manila, June 15 (Reporter Yan Jie Liu Kai) The Chinese women’s volleyball team defeated the Belgian team 3-0 in the first match of the 2022 World Women’s Volleyball League Philippines on the evening of the 15th, ushering in a “good start”.

On June 15, Chinese team players celebrated during the game. Published by Xinhua News Agency (Photo by Umali)

In the first week of the World Women’s Volleyball League, which ended earlier this month, the Chinese women’s volleyball team led by new coach Cai Bin achieved 3 wins and 1 loss, bringing fans a lot of surprises. The 14-man roster of the Chinese women’s volleyball team has been slightly adjusted this time. Miao Yiwen was defeated, and Chen Peiyan, who had participated in the Zhangzhou training camp, entered the roster.

In this game, the Chinese team sent a starting lineup of main attackers Li Yingying and Jin Ye, auxiliary attackers Yuan Xinyue and Wang Yuanyuan, support Gong Xiangyu, setter Ding Xia, and free man Wang Weiyi.

In the first game, the two sides made many mistakes and the score was tied. The Belgian team entered a technical timeout with a 12:11 lead. Since then, the Chinese team has taken the initiative to adjust its state. With Gong Xiangyu scoring a ball from the line, the Chinese team took the lead with 25:19.

On June 15, Chinese team player Jin Ye (right) smashed the ball during the game. Published by Xinhua News Agency (Photo by Umali)

The Belgian team started the second game with a setter and a setter, and the success rate of breakthroughs in the second position was higher. The blocking rhythm of the Chinese team was not good for a time, but the girls played steadily and steadily on offense. At the end of the game, the score between the two sides was stalemate. Jin Ye made a strong attack at the 4th position, helping the Chinese team to overtake the score 23:22. Afterwards, Gong Xiangyu attacked and scored in the second position and successfully blocked with Wang Yuanyuan. The Chinese team won another game with 25:22.

The Chinese team replaced Li Yingying with Wang Yunliang on the offensive end in the third game, and gradually found the offensive rhythm of the Belgian team, blocking the opponent’s strong attack with high-quality blocks. Gong Xiangyu’s spike was remarkable, and the Chinese team entered with a 12:7 lead. Technical pause. After that, the Chinese team played more and more smoothly, gradually opened the score, and finally won 25:14.

On June 15, Chinese team player Gong Xiangyu (third from left) celebrates scoring with his teammates during the game. Published by Xinhua News Agency (Photo by Umali)

In terms of scoring, Gong Xiangyu of the Chinese team scored a game-high 19 points. In an interview with reporters after the game, she said: “We performed very well today. Although we had contacts with our opponents on the score, we were still very firm in handling the key points. We hope to play a further game in the next game. “

The Chinese team will usher in the second opponent of this sub-station, the Canadian team, on the 17th.

In another match that ended earlier in the day, the U.S. women’s volleyball team, the world number one and Tokyo Olympic champion, defeated Bulgaria 3-0.

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