Poland’s Grupa Azoty Chemik Police weren’t scared of Russia’s Dinamo-Ak Bars Kazan, who are the biggest disappointment of the competition so far, and swept rivals on Day 2 of Pool E in Novara.
Chemik won the match without losing a set: 3-0 (25-21, 25-22, 25-18). Clearly, a good start of the competition yesterday has given quite enough self-confidence to the Police side who were led today in scoring by Serbia Jovana Brakočević-Canzian (16 points), in blocking by Agnieszka Kąkolewska (4), and in reception by Paulina Maj-Erwardt (87 %; 53 % excellent).
Igor Gorgonzola Novara celebrated a routine win against Czech’s VK UP Olomouc to reach a maximum of 6 points after two days. Dutch Nika Daalderop top-scored Novara with 13 points.
Poland’s ŁKS Commercecon Łódź emerged victoriously from a rollercoaster against Pool C hosts VC Maritza Plovdiv (3-2) mostly thanks to Aleksandra Wójcik (26 points; including 4 blocks) and the team’s blocking output (17).
In the same pool, Turkey’s VakifBank İstanbul (Swede Isabell Haak 17 points, Serbian Milena Rašić 4 blocks, American Michelle Bartsch-Hackley 75 % reception; 45 % excellent) recorded another straight-set win.
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