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Overview

Co-hosting the event for the first time, Hungary start their historic EuroVolley campaign against Estonia. The two teams faced each other for the last time in 2016 during the EuroVolley qualifiers with Hungary winning both matches in Pool C. This is the third consecutive EuroVolley appearance for Hungary after reaching the 12th and the 15th place in 2015 and 2017. Their best result is a silver medal from 1975. Estonia make their EuroVolley debut after securing a historic qualification.

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Starting Team

Squad Listing

C 15

BOKORNÉ LILIOM Rita

Outside spiker

1

SZAKMÁRY Gréta

Outside spiker

2

TÓTH Fruzsina

Libero

5

MOLCSÁNYI Rita

Libero

6

GYIMES Zsofia

Middle blocker

7

SANDOR Renata

Outside spiker

8

TÁLAS Zsuzsanna

Setter

9

DEKANY Bernadett

Outside spiker

11

TÖRÖK Kata

Outside spiker

14

NÉMETH Anett

Opposite

16

NAGY Eszter

Middle blocker

17

BLEICHER Réka

Setter

18

PEKÁRIK Eszter Anna

Middle blocker

22

SZERENCSES-MIKLAI Zsanett

Outside spiker

8677

DE BRANDT Jan José

Head Coach

Player profile

DE BRANDT Jan José

Head Coach

6712

TOTH Gabor jr.

Assistant Coach 2

Player profile

TOTH Gabor jr.

Assistant Coach 2

34564

JOKAY Zoltan

Assistant Coach

Player profile

JOKAY Zoltan

Assistant Coach

Team Statistics

HUNGARY

Overview

ESTONIA

Player Statistics

Hungary celebrate their first win in EuroVolley on home soil
Match Report

Hungary claim opening win in front of home crowd

Article 23 August 2019

The Mayor of Budapest, Mr István Tarlós has welcomed all teams and officially opened the competition before the game. Hungary qualified for the third time in a row to EuroVolley, Estonia played it’s very first game in the competition. Hungarian head coach Jan De Brandt leads his team for the second time in EuroVolley after 2015. Both Hungarian and Estonian fans cheered loud for their team all game long.  Hungary outscored Estonia both in blocks (9-1) and aces (8-4). Jan De BRANDT  used 12 of his 14 players, the Estonian head coach Andrei OJAMETS gave the opportunity also to 12 of his players. Hungary finished the game with the 5th match point.  Anett NÉMETH (HUN) scored the biggest number of points (14), Liis KULLERKANN (EST) tallied 5.

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The match in numbers

78
Points

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

66
Duration

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

2300
Spectators

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

166
Match Spikes

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

42%
Reception Level

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

9-1
Net Domination

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

8-4
Ace Count

HUNGARY number of service aces compared to ESTONIA

27-35
Error Difference

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

Day 1 Recap

Play

Zsuzsanna TÁLAS, setter of Hungary:


"We knew we have to control the game from the beginning. It was difficult to start a competition like this in front of home crowd, but I'm happy we began our campaign this way. We had more mistakes than normal, but it didn't matter today. We got what we prepared for against Estonia, they couldn't surprise us."

"Our reception was real bad today, and for a team like us - who hasn't got strong and tall attackers - it's crucial. We lost our concentration also in the third set. I hope we will play better tomorrow against Croatia."

Andrei OJAMETS
head coach of Estonia