Australia didn’t want to finish the Pool with a defeat, so they started playing much better as of the start of the second set to take the win.
Lincoln Williams had a good performance, finishing the game with 25 points, while Mohamed Miladi and Ali Bongui had 13 points each.
With this victory, the Aussies have confirmed the fourth place in Pool C and in the second round, they will play in Pool F.
The names of the rivals are not known for now.
World Championship, day 7:
Standings: Italy 4-0 (12 points), Belgium 3-2 (10 points), Slovenia 3-0 (8 points), Argentina 2-2 (6 points), Japan 1-3 (3 points), Dominican Republic 0-4 (0)
Standings: Netherlands 4-1 (11 points), Canada 3-1 (9 points), France 2-2 (8 points), Brazil 3-1 (8 points), Egypt 1-3 (3), China 0-4 (0),
Standings: USA 4-0 (10 points), Serbia 3-1 (10 points), Russia 3-1 (9 points), Australia 2-3 (7 points), Cameroon 1-4 (3), Tunisia 0-4 (0)
Standings: Poland 4-0 (12 points), Iran 3-1 (9 points), Bulgaria 3-1 (9 points), Finland 2-2 (5), Cuba 1-4 (3), Puerto Rico 0-5 (1)
Check out the results and standings at the World Championship 2018 M page.
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