Argentina achieved their second victory against Algeria in Japan

Argentina achieved their second victory against Algeria in Japan

Hiroshima : Japan | Nov 06, 2011 at 7:26 AM PST
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In the third round of the World Cup in Japan, Argentina grabbed his second win in four sets on Algeria, the African runners, with partial 25-18, 25-12, 20-25 and 25-16. Emilce Sosa, the leading party with 18 points. Now, the national team and will rest a day in Hiroshima to play the second stage of the tournament against Italy and China.Captain Sosa led the attack Argentine superior efficacy to 80%, but was also notable Nizetich Yamila production from the kick, with no less than 7 aces. The tip provided by scoring 13 points total and Lucia Fresco contributed 15.The first match ever in FIVB competitions between Argentina and Algeria began with parity equal to 10, when the break began Nizetich counterattack and collaboration of Florence Carlotto. Selection escaped to 18-13 and closed it with comfort, 25-18, with an ace of Antonela Curatola.Argentina reversed an early 5-6 offensive work Sosa and Fresco, in a section that was lethal to Argentina winning 14 of 15 points played. That raid catapulted the large blue and white in the second set 25-12.With the entry of Hennaoui, Algeria capitalized on their chances in the third, attack and lock distance of 8-12. The difference was maintained at 14-19 and 18-21, to changes in Argentina and some appearances of Leticia Boscacci to shrink. At 20-25, Algeria held its first set for so far in the tournament.Selection and had reacted to a Fresh intractable to take advantage of several bodies in the fourth (15-7). Back to changes in court, his companion took the post Boscacci role to close the Argentine second win 25-16.

kingston23 is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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