Iran’s national volleyball team trounced Poland on Sunday to run its way among the world’s 6 finals in the FIVB World League.
This is Iran’s first time shockers its way to the finals of the FIVB World League.
Iran met Poland with its well-known arrangement, Marouf, Mahmoudi, Mirzajanpour, Qaemi, Qolami, Mousavi, and Zarif.
The team were given more confidence as they had Iran’s head of National Olympics Committee Kiumarth Hashemi and a number of other celebrated figures.
Iran won the match played at the 12,000-seat hall of the Azadi Sports Complex in western Tehran in sets in straight sets (25-22, 25-20 and 25-22), Press TV reports.
"Poland played very well. They were especially very strong in the service. But, Iranian players were excellent and we took a precious victory,” Iran coach Slobodan Kovac told reporters after the match.
"It's important that we win our next matches in Poland and finish top of the group. My mentality is that our job never ends and we should always go for more victories. The players also have the same mentality,” he pointed out.