The BR Volleys don't come easy. The Berlin have conceded in the Champions League in the second group game, the first defeat. In the away game at Trefl Gdansk, the team of coach Cedric Enard lost on Wednesday night clear with 0:3 (24:26, 19:25, 18:25). The former Berlin Ruben Schott, which, since the summer, the Polish team triumphed in front of 2100 spectators.
Only in the first set of Volleys over long distances to a decent performance. But they could not defend their interim Four-point lead (9:5). The Berliners were still two sets of balls, and lost the passage but still with 24:26. Thereafter, the Poland dominated completely the game, particularly in the Block. And so the attacker Samuel Tuia and diagonal attacker Benjamin Patch had particularly great problems, both have been replaced also. In addition, the Volleys did not get the strong gdańsk attacker Milos Hebda and Maciej Muzaj in the handle.
"It was a deserved defeat. The Numbers speak for themselves. Our attack efficiency today was beyond the pale,“ said Enard. "The problem is the Interaction between Jan and his attackers. 50 per cent attack rate over the middle, for example. We must be on the assumption of a constant.“More about
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Because in the other group game on Tuesday the Belgian Champions Maaseik surprisingly, the Polish champion Belchatow 3:0 defeated, all four Teams in the table with a victory and a defeat on a par. For Berlin the next game on Sunday (16 hrs/Max-Schmeling-Halle) - in the League you receive Lüneburg. (Tsp)