A national women’s volleyball team defeated Ukraine 3-0 in the Group D second match of the 2021 CEV European Women’s Championship.
The national team got off to a good start, played at BT Arena in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, won the opening set 25-14 and took a 1-0 lead.
Efficient with the points of Eda Erdem Dündar and Ebrar Karakurt in the second set, Turkey won 25-19 and reduced the situation to 2-0.
The national team won the third set 26-24, in which they stood out for number of blocks and faced each other, and won the game 3-0.
“Sultans of the Net” finished two on one in the championship jointly hosted by Serbia, Romania, Croatia and Bulgaria. The Crescent-Stars face Sweden in their third group game on Sunday August 22.
On the other hand, Croatian Ksenija Jurkovic, the 1st referee, fell ill in the second set and the match was interrupted for a while. Jurovic, who lost consciousness briefly and was treated by team medics on the pitch, was unable to continue the game after regaining consciousness. For the remainder of the match, the second referee, Germany’s Sabine Witte, assumed the role of chief referee.