Volleyball Men's World Cup Japan Won Australia 4th, Oct 9 22:06
In the sixth round of the volleyball men's World Cup, Japan won Australia straight with a set count of 3-0, giving it the fourth victory of the tournament.
The volleyball World Cup has 12 teams participating in an international competition held once every four years.
Japan, who is ranked 11th in the world ranking, won 3 matches and 2 losses so far, and played against Australia, who ranked 16th in the 6th round in Hiroshima City.
In Japan, the first set, Yuki Ishikawa, the ace player and the setter Seita Sekida, took the score of 25:17, deciding the service ace and losing 5 points in the beginning. .
In the 2nd set, Captain Masahiro Yanagita decided a strong back attack and sharp spikes in a series of 25:22.
In the third set, which continued, the 19-year-old who was doing well, Yoshida Nishida decided to make a strong spike and back attack.
Japan will be ranked 4th out of 12 teams with 4 wins and 2 losses, and will play 5th place in Russia in Round 7 on the 10th.