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Overview

Co-hosting the event for the first time, Slovakia participate at the EuroVolley for the fourth time. Spain on the other hand have only competed at the competition from 2005 to 2013, with a ninth place as their best result in 2009.

Pool D Preview

#EuroVolleyW

Starting Team

Squad Listing

C 3

HANKE Denise

Setter

2

KÄSTNER Pia

Setter

5

POLL Jana Franziska

Outside spiker

6

GEERTIES Jennifer

Outside spiker

8

DREWNIOK Kimberly

Opposite

9

ALSMEIER Lina

Outside spiker

10

STIGROT Lena

Opposite

11

LIPPMANN Louisa

Opposite

14

SCHOELZEL Marie

Middle blocker

16

BOCK Linda

Libero

17

POGANY Anna

Libero

19

VANJAK Ivana

Outside spiker

21

WEITZEL Camilla

Middle blocker

22

GRÜNDING Lisa

Middle blocker

8315

KOSLOWSKI Felix

Head Coach

Player profile

KOSLOWSKI Felix

Head Coach

9595

VOLLMER Andreas

Assistant Coach

Player profile

VOLLMER Andreas

Assistant Coach

70207

NEUBAUER Nick

Assistant Coach

Player profile

NEUBAUER Nick

Assistant Coach

79319

WOLF Christian

Assistant Coach

Player profile

WOLF Christian

Assistant Coach

Team Statistics

GERMANY

Overview

SPAIN

Player Statistics

Match Report

Second victory in a row for Germany in #EuroVolleyW

Article 24 August 2019

Germany fulfilled the role of favourite of the clash, but it was hard job for the team to add a second victory in the Group D as Spain’s players showed their quality. Jessica Rivero (16 points) with Anna Escamilla (25 points), who will play in Germany´s club Potsdam in the upcoming season, made a huge setback for the favourite team.
Germany blackout in the first set complicated the situation for Felix Koslowski´s team. But their performance went high and they also managed the dramatic third set, which was the crucial moment of the game. Germany won especially due to attack´s variability, in which main role was played by Jennifer Geerties, Louisa Lipmann and Denise Hanke.
Spain is still without points, despite the two promising performances during less than 24 hours.

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The match in numbers

121
Points

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

112
Duration

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

1250
Spectators

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

257
Match Spikes

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

40%
Reception Level

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

8-6
Net Domination

The number of successful point winning blocks of GERMANY compared to SPAIN.

5-8
Ace Count

GERMANY number of service aces compared to SPAIN

54-45
Error Difference

Errors leading to points of GERMANY, next to those from SPAIN

Day 2 Recap

Play

Denise Hanke, Germany captain: “It was really hard game. Spain plays really, really good volleyball. We had struggles all the game. It was a lot of pressure after we lost the first set, but I am happy we won.”

“We raised the quality during game and it was crucial. Many thanks German fans for our today´s support.”

Felix Koslowski
Germany Coach

Anna Escamilla, Spain player: “My performance was good, I was tried to help the team, but we lost. Maybe, if we produced less errorrs, the result would be different.”

“It was really close game. We took the first set, but unfortunately it was not enough for victory."

Pascal Saurin
Spain Coach