First defeat! The United States has overtaken Brazil in their first defeat in the League of Nations Volleyball! The United States has overtaken Brazil in League of Nations volleyball. sport

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Published 05/27/2021 4:51 PM

Rio – The Brazilian team entered the court for the third match of the Women’s Volleyball Nations League 2021, but left the gym with a 3–1 loss to the United States. Excerpts from 17/25, 19/25, 25/23 and 22/25.

In a confusing game and marked by numerous pass errors, the Jose Roberto Guimaraes-led team revealed much that the start of work aimed at the Tokyo Olympic Games may have had ups and downs. Still lacking synergy, the tournament should serve as a good laboratory for the main purpose.

It was the Brazilian team’s first defeat in the League of Nations. The next match will be against Japan at 10 am on Monday (31). All matches are taking place in a bubble made in Rimini, Italy.

See the Brazilian table:

25/05 – 16 hours – Brazil x Canada – 3 x 1 (23/25, 25/11, 25/9 and 25/14)
05/26 – 1:00 pm – Brazil vs Dominican Republic – 3 x 0 (25/20, 25/10 and 25/17)
05/27 – 2:30 PM – Brazil x United States – 1 x 3 (17/25, 19/25, 25/23 and 22/25)
05/31 – 10 am – Brazil vs Japan
01/06 – 16h – Brazil x Russia
02/06 – 16 hours – Brazil vs Italy
06/06 – 10 hours – Brazil vs Serbia
06/07 – 16h – Brazil x Belgium
04/04 – 11 hours – Brazil x China
12/06 – 16 hours – Brazil x Poland
13/06 – 16 hours – Brazil vs Germany
06/14 – 2:30 PM – Brazil vs Thailand
14/04 – 10 hours – Brazil x South Korea
06/19 – 2:30 PM – Brazil x Holland
20/06 – 16 hours – Brazil x Turkey

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