Vakifbank barely defeated the World champion, Eczacibasi VitrA 3-2 (25-21, 25-21, 21-25, 20-25, 15-10) but the important thing is that team of Giovanni Guidetti scored two points from this match.
Vakifbank led 2-0 in sets when Eczacibasi took other two sets. The winner was decided in tie-break when the shades were concerned, because both teams are of the same quality.
Tijana Bošković led “Orange” with 27 points, blocker Adams scored 14, Baladin 13, who entered into the game instead of Kosheleva, Larson 10 and Thaisa 9 while Ognjenović scored 1 ace.
On the winning side Zhu Ting was the top scorer with 23 points, Slöetjes 21, Rašić 11 (4 bl), Gözde Kirdar 10, Kubra 8 and Aydemir Akyol 4 (2bl and 2 aces).
Chemik Police outplayed Telekom Baku in straight sets and scored their first victory in the group stage of the 2017 CEV Champions League.
Match was finished 25-16, 25-21 and 25-20 and Malwina Smarzek, the young Polish spiker was the top scorer with 16 points followed by Stefana Veljkovic 9 points while Olena Hasanova scored 11 points for Telekom.
Uralochka Ekaterinburg also scored their first win in the Pool D. They have defeated Dredsner SC 3-1 (16-25, 25-17, 25-20, 25-16) in front of 3500 spectators. Team of coach Nikolay Karpol has dominated in attack while during these four sets they put 12 blocks.
Top scorer was Kseniia Ilchenko Parubets with 23 points followed by Hanna Klimets 17, while on the other side of the netElizabeth McMahon scored 16 points.
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