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Action moves to Amsterdam as the World Champions take on the 1-2 Montenegro.  Based next to the 1928 Olympic Stadium, the Sporthallen Zuid will see the competitions debutantes face the double World Champions, a tough fight. A win for Montenegro would be big in this game as they are fighting with Ukraine and Czech Republic for a spot in the eight finals. 

Team

Squad Listing

Team

1

MINIC Aleksandar

Opposite

3

BABIC Luka

Middle blocker

4

CUK Gojko

Middle blocker

5

STRUGAR Rajko

Setter

6

CACIC Vojin

Outside spiker

7

RADONIC Nikola

Setter

8

LAKCEVIC Nikola

Libero

9

BOJIC Marko

Outside spiker

11

CUK Bozidar

Outside spiker

13

MILIC Blazo

Middle blocker

16

VUKASINOVIC Marko

Outside spiker

17

JECMENICA Ivan

Middle blocker

18

CULAFIC Milos

Opposite

19

PERUNICIC Nemanja

Libero

Coaches

41104

BASIC Veljko

Head Coach

Player profile

BASIC Veljko

Head Coach

9837

PREBIRACEVIC Darko

Assistant Coach 2

Player profile

PREBIRACEVIC Darko

Assistant Coach 2

9897

POPOVIC Srdjan

Assistant Coach

Player profile

POPOVIC Srdjan

Assistant Coach

Recent Results

Team Statistics

MONTENEGRO

Overview

POLAND

Player Statistics

"We have fourteen really good players. Before the match, Vital told us he will switch up the players. And we were happy, because all the players can play in this tournament."

Damian Wojtaszek
Libero for Poland
A mean triple block from the Polish trio Konarski, Klos, and Leon
Match Report

Poland continue to roll as they defeat Montenegro in straight sets with subs

Article 16 September 2019

On Tuesday night Poland booked their fourth victory in pool D of the European Championship. In the first match in Amsterdam, the Vital Heynen's had no significant problems with Montenegro. Heynen started the match with star players like Wilfredo Leon and Mateusz Bieniek, but once the match developed he put all players in the court who are normally not in the starting six. Also, the ‘second team’ of Poland impressed with powerful volleyball and was too strong for Montenegro. Of course, they have the advantage of 2018 world champion starters like Artur Szalpuk and Jakub Koachonowski coming off the bench. Poland has a rest day on Wednesday. On Thursday they are playing their last pool match versus Ukraine.

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The match in numbers

87
Points

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

72
Duration

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

1103
Spectators

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

139
Match Spikes

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

52%
Reception Level

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

2-4
Net Domination

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

3-6
Ace Count

MONTENEGRO number of service aces compared to POLAND

35-23
Error Difference

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

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