By making 8 direct errors the Germans seemed not to be very organised which had made the job easier for their opponents.
The first set wasn’t a big deal for the Dominicans who were not worried when the score was at 18-9. Despite two timeouts for Giovanni Guidetti’s team, they couldn’t catch up their rivals and lost 25-15.
However, the Germans surprised the Dominican Republic by leading the second set and ended it at 21-25 with an ace from Denise Hanke.
The third set was less decisive when the Dominicans marked the first points until their opponents bounced back with 9-10. Quickly after this hope for the German team, their adversaries came back in the lead of the game and finished the third set at a score of 25-20. The Dominicans won the match by beating their rivals at 25-20 in the last set.
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