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Overview

Estonia against Poland was a fixture from EuroVolley 2017 where the then, and now double World Champions took a straight sets win in Gdansk.  Now on neutral soil, the Estonians will be hoping to push the Polish stars all the way this time around.

  • Match Polls
  • Officials
    First Referee
    Roy GOREN
    ISR
    Second Referee
    Stefan BERNSTRÖM
    SWE
  • Venue Information
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    Rotterdam Ahoy is very well known among the 'biggest on earth' since 1971. It offers a base for international artists, top sports professionals, politicians and celebrities. With a strong link to the city of Rotterdam, it has proud residents of a global city that is constantly being rediscovered by visitors from all over the world. In 2019 Rotterdam Ahoy will form the stage of both the 2019 Olympic Qualification Tournament as well as the 2019 European Volleyball Championship.
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    Ahoyweg 10, ROTTERDAM, 3084 BA


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"It is a special game playing against my former Skra teammates, but it will be an exciting and important match"

Renee Teppan
Opposite for Estonia

Team

Squad Listing

Team

C 5

TOOBAL Kert

Setter

4

KREEK Ardo

Middle blocker

6

JUHKAMI Martti

Outside spiker

7

TEPPAN Renee

Opposite

9

TÄHT Robert

Outside spiker

10

MAAR Silver

Libero

12

KOLLO Kristo

Outside spiker

14

RIKBERG Rait

Libero

15

RAADIK Andrus

Outside spiker

17

TAMMEMAA Timo

Middle blocker

18

TAMME Rauno

Outside spiker

19

AGANITS Andri

Middle blocker

22

KEEL Markkus

Setter

23

PULK Hindrek

Opposite

Coaches

8456

CRETU Gheorghe

Head Coach

Player profile

CRETU Gheorghe

Head Coach

9242

VASSILJEV Rainer

Assistant Coach

Player profile

VASSILJEV Rainer

Assistant Coach

49170

RIKBERG Alar

Assistant Coach

Player profile

RIKBERG Alar

Assistant Coach

62259

FASINI Mirko

Assistant Coach

Player profile

FASINI Mirko

Assistant Coach

Recent Results

Team Statistics

ESTONIA

Overview

POLAND

Player Statistics

Match Report

Poland uses a mix of players to thwart a strong effort from Estonia

Article

Poland confirmed its reputation of reigning world champion by starting today with four of its star players on the bench: Léon, Kubiak, Nowakowski, and Zatorski. All watched the EC opening match of their squad in Rotterdam Ahoy from the sidelines. In spite of that and the Estonian service pressure, Poland had the better play in the opening set. Estonia, however, kept on delivering deadly services in the second act, which helped them to level in sets. One of the stars did have to step in after that when Michal Kubiak came in and turned the momentum back in Poland's favour. After the exciting third set, won by the world champion, the Estonian resistance was broken. Mateusz Bieniek finally spiked and blocked his team to their first win in Rotterdam: 25-17.

 

Artur Szalpuk (POL) led all scorers with 23 points.

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The match in numbers

142
Points

The combined total number of points scored by both teams throughout the entire match.

105
Duration

The total length of the match, from the first serve through until the last point has ended.

3000
Spectators

Total number of people in attendance at the venue – taken at the end of the second set.

211
Match Spikes

The combined total number of successful spikes achieved by both teams throughout the entire match.

65%
Reception Level

An average of the two team service reception percentages from the complete match.

5-7
Net Domination

The number of successful point winning blocks of ESTONIA compared to POLAND.

9-6
Ace Count

ESTONIA number of service aces compared to POLAND

45-43
Error Difference

Errors leading to points of ESTONIA, next to those from POLAND

Day 2 Recap

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