Volleyball Men's World Cup Japan wins Egypt, winning 4 consecutive wins, 12 October 10:07
The volleyball boy's World Cup, Japan played against Egypt in Round 8 and won a tangled game up to the full set, making it 4 wins and 6 wins and 2 losses.
Japan, which ranks 11th in the world ranking, is aiming for a podium since the 1977 Games.
So far, with 3 consecutive wins and 5-5 wins, ranked 4th out of 12 participating teams, and on 11th, he faced the 13th place Egypt in the world in Hiroshima City.
Japan took the first set, led by 5 points with strong back attack of Yuki Ishikawa, ace player, and 19-year-old who was strong in this tournament, and the service ace of Yoshi Nishida was also decided. I took it with 14 pairs.
The second set suffered the opponent's quick attack and dropped 18 to 25, but the third set was sharply spiked by Ishikawa and took it 25 to 23.
Japan held the match point in the 4th set, but the match was entangled in the final set as it was dropped 28 to 30 by blocking the spike by the opponent's tall block.
In the final fifth set in Japan, even Taji Onodera's quick attack with a height of over 2 meters, setter Naonobu Fujii also decided the block and took consecutive points to win a full set close game with 15 vs 13 Did.
Japan will have 4 consecutive wins and 6 wins and 2 losses, and will play 8th place in the world in Round 9 on the 13th.