Thai men’s volleyball coach Park Ki-won defeated Uzbek and settled in the round of 12
The Thai men’s volleyball team, led by Korea’s coach Park Ki-won, has successfully passed the preliminary rounds of the Asian Championships. Thailand won 3-0 (25-17, 25-20, 25-16) against Uzbekistan, the final group B match of the Asian Championships group stage held in Urmia, Iran on the 21st. Previously, Thailand lost to Japan 0-3 (19-25, 21-25, 22-25) in the first match of the group stage. They defeated Uzbekistan and recorded 1 win and 1 loss in the group stage. Japan placed 1st in Group B, and Thailand placed 2nd in Group B.
Japan sortied to the Asian Championship as a member of the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Volleyball Nations League (VNL) bronze medal. They secured their advance to the round of 12 with comfortable 3-0 victories over Thailand and Uzbekistan. Qatar coach Camilo Andres Soto previously said in an interview with the Asian Volleyball Confederation (AVC), “It seems that Japan and Iran will rise to the final.” 안전놀이터 That’s also true, Japan, 5th in the FIVB world rankings, and Iran, 10th, are considered strong candidates for the championship. In this tournament, which is held every two years, only Japan and Iran have won since Australia won in 2007.
Along with Group B 1st place Japan, Group C China, Group D Taiwan, and Group E Qatar also joined the round of 12. Thailand’s power was also formidable. In the last AVC Challenge Cup, Thailand won a surprise victory and boosted their confidence. Apposite Napadet Binzidi is still showing strong firepower. According to Thai media SMM Sports, coach Park Ki-won said, “I am satisfied with the results of today’s game. We will try to increase the concentration of the game in the next round.” Meanwhile, Korea, led by Lim Do-heon, competed against Pakistan and Bangladesh in Group F of the group stage.