China were without mercy during the whole match except in the second set when Cuban players showed a little bit better play.
Coach of China Lang Ping: “It was our first game so I focused on getting into a match rhythm. So I used a lot of players to check out different combinations. We haven’t played Cuba for a couple of years and they were very good, especially in the second set.”
Chinese captain Zhu Ting said after the match: “I think we were able to play very well today and it was a good match.“
Korea – Thailand 19:20 (12:20)
Kazakhstan – Kenya 19:20 (12:20)
Check out the results and standings at the World Championship 2018 W page.
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