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Men's Volleyball FIVB Nations League 2018

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20 minutos atrás, LDOG disse:

I see Brazil and I think this is still 2009. Only Bernardinho and Sergio are missing.

The stars have life power in the team. 

And the coach is ridiculous, does not have minimum conditions to be a coach of a national team.


The team should be:

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5 godzin temu, VolleyRuller96 napisał:

Day 01

:POL Poland 3-0 :KOR South Korea (25-20 / 25-18 / 25-21)

And some sites says that we destroyed Korea :facepalm:

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hace 15 horas, VolleyRuller96 said:

We had over 140 countries participate in the World Championship qualification, but clearly most of them doesn't want to waste their money ob this circus, and I can't blame them.

Why not just use the continental championships / cups as quallifiers?

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4 hours ago, hoversaBR said:

Bruno? Maurício Souza? Murilo? :lol::lol: 


Murilo as libero is so strange. But at least he is playing, unlike his wife Jaqueline who also turned libero but is mainly a cheerleader in Brazil's matches :facepalm:


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:USA United States 3-2 :ARG Argentina




Ningbo, China, May 25 - Benjamin Patch's match-leading 23 points helped the United States get their 2018 FIVB Men's Volleyball Nations League campaign under way with a gritty 3-2 (25-27, 24-26, 26-24, 25-21, 15-10) victory over Argentina on Friday. 

But the win wasn't without its worries for the world's number two-ranked team as they had to claw their way back from two sets down. They had opposite spiker Patch and, as the match wore on, wing spiker Taylor Sander (19 points) to thank for keeping level heads in face of sustained pressure from their seventh-ranked opponents. 
The Argentinians were led by wing spiker Ezequiel Palacios and middle blocker Pablo Crer with 17 points each but shared the spoils among themselves with four players in total reaching double figures.
They had a chance to seal the match in the third but the Americans dug themselves out of trouble thanks mainly to the imposing presence of the 23-year-old Patch, who kept finding places to put the ball away.
The United States came to China ranked only behind Brazil in the world and were on a 3-0 streak against Argentina at the world level, winning their last encounter 3-1 at the 2016 FIVB Volleyball World League.
Argentina obviously forgot to carry the form book with them on the flight in, though, and relentless pressure in the first two sets, set in motion by Crer's six spikes and three blocks, had the Americans looking for answers to the upstarts.
For a while in the third it looked like only a question of whether or not the South Americans could hold their nerves. But the United States grew in confidence - and Patch seemed to grow in size. His tally included 21 monstrous spikes.
There is a feeling that there is a point to prove for the United States men's team at the VNL. No doubt the exploits of the American women - who have ended two rounds of play on top of the rankings with an impressive 5-1 record - would have inspired. But it's been two years since the US men's climbed the podium at major world level competition, bronze at the Rio Olympics. 
There were no signs of panic from United States coach John Speraw - "stay pressing" was the message he conveyed in every time out - but he'll be looking for much better performances when the Americans face the world 14th-ranked Bulgaria and the 20th-ranked Chinese to complete the first round of matches
:BUL Bulgaria 3-2 :CHN China
Ningbo, China, May 25 - Bulgarian wing spiker Boyan Yordanov led the way with 17 points as his team received a decent old scare from China but rallied back to win 3-2 (25-18, 18-25, 19-25, 25-17, 15-11) in first round action at the inaugural 2018 FIVB Men's Volleyball Nations League.
It was a tense encounter from the first serve as the world 14th-ranked Bulgarians looked to continue their historical dominance of the 20th-ranked Chinese. In the end it was Yordanov, along with wing spiker Rozalin Penchev (13 points) - both seasoned campaigners - who made all the difference.
But China forced the Europeans to work overtime - much to the delight of fans in Ningbo who were treated to two five-setters on the opening night of action in the eastern Chinese city.
The star on the night for the locals was opposite spiker Chuan Jiang with 17 points, while middle blocker Rao Shuhan chipped in with a haul of 14 that included a team-leading three blocks. 
The stat sheet didn't look too promising for the home team coming in to the encounter. China had not beaten the Bulgarians in 56 years - since way back in 1962 at the FIVB World Championship in Moscow. Overall it was 13-1 in favour of Bulgaria in head-to-heads and there were moments of silence to greet the visitors' winning early points - almost as though the crowd were fearful about what was to unfold.
Things looked to be following form after a first set where China never looked comfortable - and Yordanov had already started to dominate for the Bulgarians. But China dug deep in the second stanza and started to rally behind the efforts of Chuan.
China's coach Raul Lozano had said the day before that playing the "best teams in the world" was a great opportunity "to show our positive side on home soil, so I expect my players to have a great performance.”
A courtside cheer squad then got the locals engaged in a series of chants in the hope it would lift the players and it seemed to work in the second and third sets, helped along by a high Bulgarian error count that would reach 38 by the end of the night.
But those errors were offset by the hard shifts clocked in by Yordanov, Penchev and the effervescent captain Viktor Yosifov and Bulgaria can move on with their confidence boosted as they prepare to next face the USA and then Argentina. 
:POL Poland 3-0 :KOR South Korea 
Katowice, Poland, May 25, 2018 – With a stellar performance by their setter Fabian Drzyzga, Poland started off their FIVB Volleyball Nations League campaign with a 3-0 (25-20, 25-18, 25-21) victory over Korea.
Drzyzga nicely spread the Polish attacks, practically “hiding the ball” from the Korean blockers and diggers. The spikers rose up to the level and got the job done, with two of them, Artur Szalpuk and Aleksander Sliwka, reaching the double digits in attacking points.
Szalpuk became the top scorer of the match with a total of 16 points, including two aces and four blocks. That department made the biggest point difference in the match with 13 stuff blocks against only two for Korea.
The Asian team did their best to put on a fight. Gyeong-Bok Na scored seven times during the first set, but later in the match got replaced to finish with eight. Substitute Jae-Duck Seo, who came into play during the second set, topped Korea’s charts with nine points.
The home fans in Katowice helped create the big match atmosphere at the Spodek, which inspired the squad around coach Vital Heynen to put on a great game and cruise to a straight-set victory.
With the two teams trading break points for a while at the beginning of the first set, the lead switched hands several times, before Artur Szalpuk aced for 9-7 to set Poland on a break-away run to a 12-7 lead. Korea struck back with a couple of spectacular hits by Jiseok Jung to narrow the gap down to three. Poland responded with libero Pawel Zatorski practically scoring a point with a great dig – the ball went deep into the opponents’ half, the Koreans took it for too long and let it drop on the floor. That incredible rally, sandwitched in between two fantastic power shots by Jakub Kochanowski shots through the middle, gave the momentum back to Poland. Opposite Dawid Konarski closed the set at 25-20 Poland’s way, delivering his fifth point in the set.
Poland’s coach Vital Heynen won the first point of the second set with a successful challenge. The blockers chipped in with three points to give the home side a 5-1 lead. Taekeui Hwang brought Korea a little closer with an ace for 10-6. His teammate Jae-Duck Seo delivered another one for 13-10. Polish setter Fabian Drzyzga continued his fabulous performance to give the offensive line many opportunities to shine and regain control of the set. Another successful challenge by coach Heynen made the score 18-13 and put smiles on everyone at the venue, but the Koreans. A couple of more kill blocks made the Korean comeback impossible and the second set was put away at 25-18.
Inspired by the great support of the Katowice crowd, the home team continued to dominate throughout the third set. Drzyzga was doing his magic making it hard for the opponents to decode the Polish offensive efforts. Artur Szalpuk was the big star of this set. Scoring the first break point of the set with a monster one-man block, he set off on a killing spree delivering a total of eight points (five spikes, three blocks) on the way to the eventual victory. The Koreans made far too many unforced errors, including the one in attack, which ended the set and the match at 25-21.
:ITA Italy 3-1 :GER Germany

Kraljevo, Serbia, May 25, 2018 - Italy kicked off their 2018 Nations League with a winning start on Friday as they swept past Germany 3-1 (25-18, 25-19, 23-25, 25-20) thanks to a ruthless Ivan Zaytsev.

The outside hitter of Russian origin top-scored for Italy as he added accurate serving to his finishing ability: three aces and 18 points helped Zaytsev lead the way for the Azzurri.

The Sir Safety Perugia player was backed in his solid performance by his Cuban-born counterpart Osmany Juantorena. The Cucine Lube Civitanova hitter had a strong showing with 10 spikes and two blocks.

Germany simply made too many errors to be able to mount a challenge against an Italian side widely considered as one of the best in the world currently. Moritz Reichert and Simon Hirsch shared the spoils with 11 and 13 points each.

Italy won their last four encounters with Germany and the Rio 2016 Olympic silver medallists seemed in no mood to change things and let the Mannschaft claim their first world major level victory over the Azzurri since 2003.

Ivan Zaytsev was on target early on to give Italy a healthy lead (14-8). After its second technical time out, Germany seemeed responseless despite Tobias Krick and Christian Fromm splitting Italy's block (16-10)... Especially as Osmany Juantorena struck back immediately. A last minute effort saw Germany rally to put Italy under pressure but two unforced errors, out of the Mannschaft's nine in the first set, sealed the deal for the Squadra Azzurra (25-18).

Serving errors continued to cause Germany problems in the second half but, luckily for them, Italy wasn't as dominant despite another strong showing by Zaytsev (12-10). Another master block from Italy gave Gianlorenzo Blengini's a confortable cushion as Zaytsev claimed two aces (25-19).

It was more of the same in the third set with Germany's mistakes preventing them from putting sufficient pressure on Italy's shoulders (8-6). Moritz Reichert and Simon Hirsch kept Germany's hopes alive but the Azzurri were simply too strong as Zaytsev spiked again (16-14). A gritty rally, however, saw the Germans claw back into the game (22-22)... Italy then uncharacteristically completely collapsed and made back to back errors to allow Germany to come back at 2-1 (25-23).

The come from behind win seemed to have woken up the Mannschaft as they raced to an early 5-2 lead which forced Italy's coach to call a time out. After the quick brea, Zaytsev's immediate response lead the way as the "Tsar" spiked to keep his teammates in the game (7-7). Germany had a chance to claw back but squandered it to let Italy leapfrong in front (11-8). Another Zaytsev spike was the beginning of the end for Germany who were not match for Italy's strong block despite a Lukas Kampa ace (16-11). A deft play and another strong performance from the block lifted Italy within grasp of victory as Germany made another unforced error (20-15). A final German mistake got the job done (25-20).
:JPN Japan 3-1 :AUS Australia

Rouen, France, May 25, 2018 - Haku Ri guided Japan to victory in their first ever FIVB men's Nations League encounter as they saw off Australia in 4 sets (25-18, 25-15, 23-25, 25-17) to open up their Pool 1 campaign on a positive note. 
Japan were the better side against an Australia team ranked a lowly 16th in the world, and the defending Asian champions mixed some beautiful disguised shots with frustrating errors in equal measure in a display that was far from flawless. But they got the job done, although bigger tests await them against 2017 World League champions France and Asian powerhouses Iran in Rouen over the course of the weekend.  
The Japanese were indebted to Ri's power at the net with their main attacking focal point chipping in with a game-high 18 points, while Masahiro Yanagida and Yuji Nishida were the supporting duo with 16 and 15 points respectively with Japan, at times, showing fluidity and artistry in attack. But their serving was often found wanting and will be ruthlessly exposed against better teams unless they improve markedly.  
Australia gave it their all but were outclassed by a side ranked 4 places above them in the world rankings, although top scorer Neremiah Mote - with 16 points - was always dangerous from spike range. Lincoln Williams (8 points) and replacement Thomas Hodges (11 points), who made a big impact when he came on in the 3rd set, also produced notable performances, but collectively Australia were error-strewn with their serving a huge weakness.  
Japan had a 4-2 winning record against the Volleyroos prior to this match, and were favourites to add another victory in Rouen, and they began to take control when Nishida and then Ri powered home a pair of spikes to put their side into an 8-6 lead heading into the first technical time out. A superb Jordan Richards spike closed the gap to 11-12, but 4 straight points put the Japanese in complete control at 16-11. Japan then pulled clear to take the set 25-18. 
The second set was painful viewing from a serving perspective with 3 successive serving errors - 2 from Australia and 1 from Japan - contributing to a messy opening, but Japan soon picked things up and led 8-5 at the first technical time out. Japan, who impressed in Group 2 in last year's World League before losing all 5 matches in the Grand Champions Cup, were soon pegged back with coaches Yuichi Nakagaichi and Philippe Blain calling a time out at 10-10. It seemed to do the trick as Japan led 16-13 at the next technical time out following a poor serve from Australia's Richards. Japan sensed their opportunity against limited opposition and they scored 6 straight points - thanks to some thunderous serving from Yanagida - to race clear and take the set 25-15.  
Australia coach Mark Lebedew threw on Hodges at the start of the 3rd set and that move worked a treat as the replacement notched 2 blistering spikes to help his side into a 7-4 lead, but Tatsuya Fukuzawa's explosive spike - at 106 kmh - levelled matters at 7-7 before the Aussies led at the first technical time out. Mote was looking more influential and he went on a scoring spree to give Australia a 3-point cushion, but Japan roared back to gain a 1-point advantage at 17-16. A couple of superb Fukuzawa spikes looked to have got Japan over the line, but Mote produced 2 of his own, and Hodges - the star of the 3rd set - got the clinching point to send the match into a 4th set and haul the Volleyroos right back into it.  
But any hope of an Australian comeback in the 4th set was quickly dismissed with Yanagida landing a couple of huge spikes to help Japan establish a comfortable 4-point lead at the first technical time out. And Japan seized the set by the scruff of the net with Ri - who was also invaluable as a blocker - landing a spike to send them 16-8 in front at the next stoppage. Australia were never able to bridge that 8-point gap, and Luke Smith's dreadful serve handed Japan the set (25-17) and the match in 4 sets in exactly 2 hours. Japan, who scored 55 spikes to Australia's 39 to illustrate their extra attacking flair, are off the mark in their Nations League
:RUS Russia 3-0 :CAN Canada
Katowice, Poland, May 25, 2018 – Russian star Dmitriy Muserskiy, one of the tallest athletes in the world, marked a terrific return to the national team making a solid contribution to the 3-0 (26-24, 25-14, 25-19) victory over Canada in the first leg of the inaugural 2018 FIVB Volleyball Nations League.
The 2.18m-tall middle blocker Muserskiy showed a fantastic overall performance, scoring as many as 15 points (10 spikes, 3 blocks, 2 aces), and inspired his young teammates on the way to the straight-set win in his first official game with Sbornaya after the 2016 World League.
Egor Kliuka was the best spiker on the Russian squad. He made 14 successful attacks for an overall 16 points on his tally, which made him the top scorer of the game.
Canada were quite competitive mainly in the first set when they fought bravely and managed to extend it beyond the 25th point, but even though their most prolific player Bradley Robert Gunter (15 points) started scoring abundantly after the first set, his team could not rise up to the level of their classy opponents.
The Polish fans at the Spodek in Katowice showed their usual appreciation of the high-level volleyball put on display by both sides, creating a fantastic atmosphere for a big match. They seemed to be hoping for the show to last longer than three sets, but still left satisfied with what Russia and Canada delivered on the court.
Stephen Timothy Maar helped cancel out the early 2-0 lead for Russia scoring four of Canada’s first six points, including that great overpass kill that tied it at 3-3. Graham Vigrass followed suit – he hit through the middle for a 7-6 Canada lead, killed the overpass for 8-6 and killed the next point for his team through the middle for 9-7. He also had four points on his tally when Canada had a pretty 10-7 advantage.
Dmitriy Muserskiy scored Russia’s only ace of the set to narrow the gap to one point at 11-12. Moments later he made another break point happen with an overpass hit for 17-18. Soon after, Muserskiy even got a chance to shine as a setter. In a long spectacular rally that lasted over 25 seconds, the tallest player on the court did make that pass to Egor Kliuka for the final hit that tied the score at 19-19. Kliuka did it once more, after a fantastic save by Igor Kobzar, to put Russia 20-19 in front. Maar responded with an ace to pull Canada back on top again with a 21-20 lead. In the conclusive moments, a couple of massive blocks by Ilia Vlasov and Anton Karpukhov gave Russia the edge they needed for a 26-24 close.
Kobzar’s ace extended Russia’s early lead in set 2 to 5-1. It was time for Canada’s Bradley Robert Gunter to shine in offence. He spiked a ball with a 113 km/h for 10-6 to start off a mini comeback for his team, but his 11 attacking points total in this set did not suffice for a sustainable turnaround. At key moments, Karpukhov scored important break points for Russia, including the stuff block, which ended the set with a comfortable 25-14 win.
Canada held up through the first technical time-out of the third set, when they had a one-point lead. Muserskiy took centre stage, stringing up a powerful hit through the middle for 11-9, a kill block for 13-10 and a lucky off-the-net ace for 18-12. Canada’s late attempt at a comeback narrowed their deficit to three points, but a fantastic hit by Russian setter Kobzar for 22-18 shifted the momentum. Three unforced errors by Canada handed Russia a 25-19 win and the victory in the match.
:FRA France 3-1 :IRI Iran
Rouen, France, May 25, 2018 - Earvin Ngapeth provided the spark for France as the hosts began their inaugural FIVB men's Nations League campaign with a gritty 4-set victory (25-20, 24-26, 25-20, 25-17) over Asian powerhouses Iran.  
This was an intriguing match-up between two high quality sides, but it was 2017 World League champions France who got the better of the Grand Champions Cup bronze medallists in front of their home crowd at the Kindarena Arena on the banks of the River Seine, although it was far from easy against determined opposition. 
France had Ngapeth to thank for a commanding attacking performance which yielded 18 points, but their star man was also erratic with his serving uncharacteristically poor. Jean Patry (17 points) was also a menace, while setter Benjamin Toniutti and libero Jenia Grebennikov were as influential as ever. Barthelemy Chinenyeze, who scored 8 spikes from 8 attempts, and Nicola Le Goff (9 points) also produced some big moments. France often utilised a 3-man blocking technique to great effect, but it was their extra attacking flair that gave them the edge in a tight match.  
Iran, who beat France for the first time last year on their way to a 3rd-placed finish at the Grand Champions Cup - their first-ever podium finish at world level - provided plenty of power and style, while their blocking mirrored the quality of the French. Amir Ghafour was a scoring machine with 18 points - all of them spikes - while Seyed Mohammad (9 points) and Milad Ebadipour (6 points) were also influential. Iran were terrific but were ultimately outgunned, although they'll expect to beat Australia and Japan in their remaining Pool 1 games in Rouen.  
The opening set began amidst much fanfair in Rouen and France - led by the powerful Le Goff - were soon in their stride and forged a healthy 8-4 by the first technical time out. Iran though are battle-hardened campaigners and, far from overawed, they closed to within 2 points thanks to Ghafour's powerful spike. France though had an extra gear, Patry and Ngapeth added further spikes - the latter scoring after a brilliant piece of play from Grebennikov - to bring up set point and Patry rounded it out 25-20 to the delight of the home crowd.  
France, who have won 2 of the last 3 World Leagues, were in the mood. With Iran trailing just 6-5 in the second set, Laurent Tillie's men bridged the gap to 3 points at the first technical time out before a gorgeous placed shot from Thibaut Rossard extended the advantage further. Ngapeth, the 2017 World League MVP, then grabbed the set by the scruff of the net with some spectacular spikes with Iran struggling to contain him. Iran though fought back superbly with Ebadipour and Ghafour a constant threat as the visitors moved to within 1 point at 23-22, and the French inexplicably imploded as the Iranian blockers started getting some joy at the net. Seyed's bravery gave Iran set point and he was involved again as Igor Kolakovic's men snatched the set 26-24 and deservedly hauled themselves level. 
The hosts were rattled and Iran's Montenegrin coach Kolakovic was full of encouragement on the sidelines as Iran took an early 2-1 lead in the 3rd set. Coach Tillie threw on his son Kevin and he notched an important spike to hand France an 8-5 lead at the first technical time out. But a bad Ngapeth miss let Iran close to within 2 at 12-10, and a brilliant Farhad Salafzoon block gave Iran real belief at 19-18 behind. But the best sides often come good at the crucial times, and Chinenyeze came to the fore with a couple of polished spikes to get France over the line 25-20 as they regained control of the match.  
France led Iran 3-1 in their head-to-head record at world-level events coming into this match, and they charged into an 8-4 lead at the first technical time out with the Iranians facing an uphill task to force a deciding set. But the visitors were proving extremely stubborn opposition and they clawed their way back again with Seyed 's outstanding block - he won 4 block points in the match - closing the gap to 2 points. At 14-12 to France, the set was in the balance but 6 successive points put Les Bleus 8 clear with Iran seemingly tiring. And the hosts closed out a pulsating match by taking the 4th set 25-17 to claim the maximum 3 points and get their Nations League campaign off to a flying start. 
:BRA Brazil 3-0 :SRB Serbia 
Kraljevo, Serbia, May 25, 2018 - A Wallace led Brazil claimed its maiden victory in the 2018 Nations League as the Seleçao dominated hosts Serbia 3-0 (25-22, 25-22, 26-24) in Friday's action.

In a tough matchup, the Canarinhos had to thank Wallace for his 17 points, including 5 blocks and one ace. 

The opposite from Funvic Taubate was the star of the show but Mauricio Borges Almeida Silva also was instrumental with 15 points (2 blocks).

Serbia struggled despited strong showing from Aleksandar Atanasijevic (15 points) and Marko Ivovic (11 points).

The European hosts seemed the favourites against a team that they had beaten in three of their last five world level encounters. But facing the Olympic champions is never easy.

And Brazil showed exactly how tough they were by taking an early lead as Murilo was the suprise start. The veteran libero showed that, at 37, he had lost nothing of his talent and helped a Brazil team that had showed some weaknesses in the reception lately. But the Serbs are a formidable opponent and hit back superbly (8-6). That's when Wallace turned on the style despite a solid performance from Atanasijevic. Serbia committed too many mistakes to worry a well-oiled Brazilian machine (25-22).

It was more of the same in the second set as both teams fought tooth and nails: Lucao scored an ace but Kovacevic hit back (11-9). But, one by one, the Brazilian attack took the better of its counterpart (15-15) before Mijailovic sent his serve into the net (25-22).

Dominated and responseless, the Serbs lost composure and Ivovic sent his spike wide to give Brazil a two-point lead. Now in control, the Canarinhos kept the Europeans at bay (14-12) as Wallace shined (22-20) before Bruninho sealed the deal.

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after 1 played match

1. FRANCE is automaticaly qualified as final 6 Host.
2. TOP 5 TEAMS after the preliminary round qualify for the final round.
3. If France is among the top 5 teams , THE 6-th RANKED TEAM also qualifies.

4. The 12 CORE TEAMS can not be relegated.

4. The WEAKEST PLACED  CHALLENGER team may be relegated from the competition if they lose the relegation playoff against the FIVB Challenger Cup (to be  played at a later date) winner.

Tie-Break Criteria:

1.Matches Won/Lost Ratio (MW/ML)
2. Points Achieved (3 PTS = 3:0 or 3:1 win ; 2 PTS = 3:2 win ; 1PTS = 2:3 defeat ; 0PTS = 0:3 or 1:3 defeat)
3. Set Ratio.



  Nation MW ML PTS SET 
1. :RUS  1 0 3 3:0
2. :POL  1 0 3 3:0
3. :BRA  1 0 3 3:0
4. :FRA QUALIFIED                                       1         0        3       3:1
5. :ITA 1 0 3 3:1
6. :JPN  1 0 3 3:1
7. :USA  1 0 2 3:2
8. :BUL CHALLENGER 1 0 2 3:2
9. :CHN  0 1



10. :ARG                     0 1 1 2:3
11. :IRI  0 1 0 1:3
12. :GER  0 1 0 1:3
13 :AUS  CHALLENGER 0 1 0 1:3
14 :SRB  0 1 0 0:3
15 :KOR CHALLENGER 0 1 0 0:3
16 :CAN CHALLENGER  0 1 0 0:3
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MEN'S Week 1, day 2 SCHEDULE (26 MAY 2018)

all times are CEST


10:00 :BUL Bulgaria  - :USA United States

13:30 :CHN China - :ARG Argentina

16:00 :POL Poland -:RUS Russia 

16:00 :BRA Brazil- :ITA Italy 

17:00 :AUS Australia -:IRI Iran 

19:00:KOR South Korea - :CAN Canada
20:00 :FRA France -:JPN Japan
20:00 :SRB Serbia - :GER Germany

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