Poland fixed their 6th triumph at the FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Cup, crushing Egypt in straight sets 25-19, 25-18, 25-16 on Thursday.
Mentor Vital Heynen let his stars rest, leaving Wilfredo Leon and Bartosz Kurek on the seat.
True to form, the title holders took a simple triumph. Artur Szalpuk was the most productive player with a game-high 15 points, while Hisham Ewais scored 10 points for Egypt.
Poland had a few issues just in the opening time of the main set, yet when the outcome was 10-10, the most loved scored six back to back focuses, as the African group couldn’t manage Lukasz Kaczmarek’s strikes from the administration line.
“Obviously I’m fulfilled. We changed a ton of players contrasted with the past match. We need a great deal of players to play and we won – which I believe is the most significant thing,” mentor Heynen was cited as saying by the official site of the FIVB World Cup.
“Our voyage in this challenge isn’t finished at this point, despite everything we need to battle to win this competition as that is the thing that we came here for, and we will put forth a valiant effort to accomplish our objective,” included the Polish captain Michal Kubiak.
The title holders have 18, alongside pioneers Brazil. On Friday they will play against Australia, while Egypt will take on hosts Japan.