The program of the thirty-third edition of the European Championships continues at a rapid pace, which is also seeing the Rana Verona players as protagonists, engaged in the group stage. Yesterday Mosca and Grozdanov faced the second match of the tournament, while Dzavoronok made his debut with his Czech Republic.
After the winning debut in Bologna against Belgium, the selection led by Fefè De Giorgi also confirmed itself in the second outing, beating Estonia with the same score (3-0). The Azzurri thus remained in command of their group with full points. The Scaliger central defender Leandro Mosca did not take part in the match. The next match is scheduled for this evening against Serbia.
Immediate redemption for Bulgaria after the bitter debut a few days ago. Within the friendly walls of the Palace of Culture and Sport in Varna, Grozdanov and his teammates won 3-1 over Finland, earning the first three points of their European journey. The place three born in ’98 offered his contribution in front of the net, scoring 5 points. His performance was also peppered with a block and an ace. Tomorrow Ukraine arrives for the third match of the season.
At the Boris Trajkovski stadium in Skopje, the Czech team had to deal with the excessive power of Poland, falling in three sets in the match that inaugurated their continental adventure. Donovan Dzavoronok was part of the starting six, knocking down three balls. The calendar immediately offers the Czechs the opportunity to remedy this: tonight, in fact, they will challenge Denmark in the second match.