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We should learn a lot from this match - Iran coach Cichello

 
Cairo, Egypt, August 20, 2017 – Iran kept their chances to reach the semifinals at the 2017 FIVB Men's U23 World Championship with their 4-1 win over Algeria, but the Asian side's Argentine coach believes there's lessons to be learnt.

Iran coach, Juan Manuel Cichello: "Algeria were very good in the first set and we should learn a lot of lessons from this match. We lost the first set but managed to recover in the next four sets and we were good in our attack and serving. This win kept our chances to advance in the tournament."

Iran captain, Rahman Taghi: "The encounter was very good for us. Algeria wanted to win the match but we mamanged to stop them and recover to win four sets. We must fight to win the two remaining matches to reach the top four."

Algeria coach, Salim Bouhalla: "Our performance in the first set was very good, but after that the players committed some mistakes especially in the block, while at the same time Iran played very fast. Our preparation for this tournament was just one month, but we will try to win the next matches. We prepare this team for the future of Algerian volleyball."

Algeria captain, Abderaouf Hamimes: "We entered the match with a strong performance and we managed to win the first set, but then we lost our concentration and that led Iran to win the other four sets."

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