Volleyball Women's World Cup Japan won Cameroon straight September 19 0:02
In the Volleyball Women's World Cup, Japan faced Cameroon and won a straight win with a set count of 3-0.
The Volleyball Women's World Cup kicked off on the 14th of this month, and Japan, which is ranked 6th in the world ranking, will face 17th place Cameroon in the 4th round of this tournament, where it won the 1st and 2nd loss. did.
In Japan, the first set, Miyata Sato's two-attack, and Rina Koga's sharp spikes were decided. The third set was temporarily pushed to the middle of the set up to a difference of 2 points, but in the end we took this set at 25:20 and won the straight with a set count of 3: 0. As a result, Japan's total results are 2 wins and 2 losses.
Twelve teams will participate in the tournament, and the ranking will be determined by the overall results of the brute force. Japan will face China, the world's 2nd place, who won the gold medal at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in Round 5 of the 19th.