Volleyball. France dominates Serbia and wins a second victory in the Women’s Nations League

Volleyball. France dominates Serbia and wins a second victory in the Women’s Nations League
Volleyball. France dominates Serbia and wins a second victory in the Women’s Nations League

They have been waiting for this victory since May 18 and a success against Bulgaria. The Blues of the French volleyball team dominated Serbia this Thursday for their penultimate Nations League match.

The players of coach Émile Rousseaux won in four sets: 25-22, 22-25, 25-23, 25-21. Héléna Cazaute (18 points) and Iman Ndiaye (14 points) were the two spearheads of the Tricolores during this second success in 11 days.

“Capable of existing in this competition”

“It was a super close match, it came down to detailscommented Félix André, assistant coach of the France team. This victory shows us that we are capable of existing in this competition that we are discovering. We had a level of attack that held up, we were evenly matched in this sector, and I think we improved on our serve. When we arrive at the eleventh match of VNL, we have to manage to keep our lucidity, which we managed to do throughout the match, it’s a big positive point. »

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Thanks to this success, the France team climbs to 13th place in the Nations League rankings. For their last match, the French will face Canada this Saturday, June 15 at 5 a.m. (French time).

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