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Overview

Belarus (pictured) have currently won five out of their last nine matches at the EuroVolley, with their best performance being a seventh place in 2017. Spain has played at the EuroVolley for five times, whereas Belarus has its tenth appearance.

Pool D Preview

#EuroVolleyW

Belarus line up for National Anthem

Starting Team

Squad Listing

C 13

GONZALEZ Helia

Outside spiker

1

BERBEL Aina

Middle blocker

2

CORRAL BOUZA María José

Setter

4

RIVERO Jessica

Outside spiker

5

SANCHEZ Alba M.

Libero

6

DE BLAS Alicia

Middle blocker

7

ELIZAGA Sofia

Outside spiker

10

CASTELLANO Lucrecia

Middle blocker

11

CARO GARCÍA Mabel

Middle blocker

14

PRIANTE FRANCES Ariadna

Setter

16

SEGURA Maria

Outside spiker

17

ESCAMILLA Ana

Outside spiker

18

LLABRÉS Patricia

Libero

20

MONTORO Raquel

Opposite

9119

SAURIN Pascual

Head Coach

Player profile

SAURIN Pascual

Head Coach

10984

GARCIA Juan Diego

Assistant Coach

Player profile

GARCIA Juan Diego

Assistant Coach

47389

FUENTE Miguel

Assistant Coach

Player profile

FUENTE Miguel

Assistant Coach

Team Statistics

SPAIN

Overview

BELARUS

Player Statistics

Match Report

First success for Spain in #EuroVolleyW

Article 25 August 2019

Spain lost only one game with Romania in the Group F of EuroVolley qualifiers, but had to wait three games to reach the first victory in tournament. Anna Escamilla produced another brilliant performance with 28 points and helped Pascal Saurin´s team, together with Jessica Rivero (8 breakpoints), to win its first game in the Group D of EuroVolley.

Belarus players were better just in the third set, but Spain has started once again with concentration in defence in the fourth set. After they extended the lead to six points, they controlled the game until the end.

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The match in numbers

136
Points

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

104
Duration

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

250
Spectators

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

294
Match Spikes

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

46%
Reception Level

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

13-14
Net Domination

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

6-3
Ace Count

SPAIN number of service aces compared to BELARUS

31-40
Error Difference

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

Day 3 Recap

Play

Jessica Rivero, Spain player: “We are so happy. Finally we won the match. We were fighting every game. We will see what happens next. The crucial moments were to be brave in the last points.”

“We wanted to win finally, but the most important thing for me that performance of our young team is growing, step by step.”

Pascal Saurin
Spain Coach

Tatsiana Markevich, Belarus captain: “We knew it will be tough game. Spain had lost first two games and did everything this time to win. We have been nervous and not to play our game.”

“Spain yearning more to win. We made so many mistakes. We had to improve before the game with Slovakia.”

Piotr Khilko
Belarus Coach