We aspire to remain on top ten, Benaruk says


Pawel Halaba of Poland keeps calm as they controlled the Cuban attack.

Mexicali, Mexico, September 15, 2015 - Poland coach Jakub Bednaruk , reflected on how hard his team prepared the team for an ooponent like Cuba as well as the FIVB Men’s U21 World Championsip.

“You have one week to prepare the team in the World Championship just a few days," said Benaruk. “We have to move on an continue to remain among the best in the world.”

Krzystof Bienkowski , player of Poland, recalled on the last part of first round. “We lost a very important game against Argentina in Tijuana. We have arrived here to play for a good place and be part of ten best in the tournament”, Bienkowski remarked.

On the other side, Cuban captain Eduardo Gpide mentioned: “Poland is the strongest opponent of the second phase of the World Championship. We tried to get back and fight hard and then took a good advantage in the end,”

Meanwhile, Rodolfo Sanchez Coach of Cuba, said they still fight to get a “W” on their balance. “We want to leave the State auditorium with at least one victory. Today we were closed in the second and third set, but we will work hard on getting that win.”


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