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GP 2017: Serbian girls take revenge on China to claim bronze

by WoV

Serbia defeat China 3-1 (25-22, 20-25, 23-25, 21-25) to win the bronze medal, leaving Zhu Ting & co. empty-handed at the FIVB World Grand Prix F6 tournament.



It seems that the Serbian girls didn’t forget the final game of the Olympic Games in August last year. They didn’t want to suffer another defeat against China so they played with a full throttle.

After two sets, the result on the scoreboard was 1-1. However, in the next two sets Zoran Terzic’s side played on a much higher level to crown the performances in FIVB Grand Prix with the bronze medal.

Tijana Boskovic had a magnificent display, finishing the game with 31 points. Brankica Mihajlovic added 18 while Jovana Stevanovic had 11. On the other side, Zhu Ting was the top scorer with 19 points.

Results, FIVB World Grand Prix finals:

Bronze medal match: SerbiaChina 3-1 (25-22, 20-25, 23-25, 21-25)

Gold medal match: BrazilItaly 14:00 CET


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