Turkey started out pretty good setting the pace at the sole technical time-out foreseen by the scoring system in place (12:10) but Hungary did gradually improve the quality of their game so as to bring it home at 20-22.
Turkey went up 12:11 in the second set and this time did not lose focus and composure with Polen Uslupehlivan and Büsra Cansu contributing the final 21-14 for the 1:1.
Hungary set the pace of the game all the way through in set 3 going up 12:8 and finishing it off at 21-15 well paced by Renata Sandor.
Starting their quest for a possible tie-break, Turkey opened strong in the fourth set (6:0) and rapidly cruised to the final 21-13 after leading by five points (12:7) at the technical time-out. Turkey stretched momentum to the tie-break breaking away 8:1 in the score and controlling the operations up to the final 15-6.
Uslupehlivan top scored in the end with 20 points while Dicle Nur Babat added 12 to the count of the home side. Edina Dobi paced Hungary with 12 as well.
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