In a quite competitive game Hungary managed to get the victory against Thailand at the beginning of the second day of the World Championship in the junior category.
In the first half it was Hungary who managed to secure the lead and kept it until the end, reaching 1-0.
In the second set, Thailand was very competitive and remained close throughout the set, but it was Hungary who celebrated the victory in the end.
HUNGARY – THAILAND 2-0 (19-14, 27-25)
Hungary: Orban, Pelle, Kazeem 13, Zentai 10, Levai7, Szabo 6, Czifrik, Kreutz 6, Bartok, Buzsaki 4.
Thailand: Changtom, Khamwongsa 21, Wetchasan, Brendan 10, Thongthirat 21, Sawatdee, Khongsabai, Boonrueng 8, Damsuk 12, Saopria 3.
Referees: Rupcic-Botincan, Suspensions: 6-3
Brendan Pompailin (Thailand player): "We did our best. I am proud of my team. The participation, the match is great whether you win or lose."
Buzasai Bodza (Hungary player): "We didn't play very well, but we are happy to win and to top the group. We had two players disqualified and we had to play with eight players and that made things a bit difficult."