The Czech side put forth a balanced effort on offense with four players scoring in double digits, led by Michal Krisko with 18. Six of those points were scored on blocks, serving as a defensive example for his team who out-blocked Korea 17 to 6 in the match. For the Korean side, the leading scorer was Kwang-in Jeon with 20 points.
Pool E, standings: Portugal 12 (4-2), Netherlands 11 (4-2), Czech Republic 10 (4-3), South Korea 6 (1-6).
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