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VNL W: Brazil Defeats Germany 3-1 in VNL, Maintains Undefeated Streak

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Gabi in attack (BRA vs GER) – Photo: Volleyball World

Brazil Defeats Germany 3-1, Stays Unbeaten in VNL

In Hong Kong, Brazil’s women’s national team defeated Germany 3-1 (25-20, 25-22, 21-25, 26-24) in the VNL Pool 5. Despite struggles in attack and relying heavily on Gabi, who scored 28 points, Brazil maintained its unbeaten record. Rosamaria Montibeller added 15 points, and Julia Bergmann scored 14. Lina Alsmeier was the top scorer for Germany with 18 points. Coach Guimarães highlighted the need for more balanced play. Brazil faces Bulgaria next, followed by a match against Turkey.

Canada Edges Japan in Thrilling 3-2 Comeback

Canada secured a important victory over Japan in the VNL Pool 6 match, winning 3-2 (23-25, 22-25, 25-20, 25-21, 16-14). This win boosts Canada’s Olympic qualification hopes. Alexa Gray and Kiera Van Ryk led with 30 and 27 points, respectively. Canada now faces the Netherlands, with the winner likely securing a spot in Paris and a chance for VNL finals in Bangkok.

In other matches, the USA defeated the Netherlands 3-0, Thailand triumphed over Bulgaria in a grueling 5-set match 3-2, Korea also required 5 sets to overcome France 3-2, and Türkiye won against the Dominican Republic 3-1.

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