The ‘Guerreras’ lose to Serbia of their debut on the Carpati Trophy
The ladies’s staff misplaced to Serbia 30-28 of their first match of the Carpati Trophyperformed in Bistrita, Romania. The match was determined in its final minutes, by which the saves of the Serbian goalkeeper Kristina Graovac and the exclusions between the ‘Guerreras’ had been decisive.
Spain starred in a decisive begin, hitting from the ends, with Paula Valdivia very incisive. Thus, the choice achieved a three-goal benefit (3-6), which was maintained till a double exclusion of Lysa Tchapchet and Almudena Rodríguez allowed Serbia to get better floor. However Mercedes Castellanos prevented the equalizer. Nonetheless, Serbia took benefit of a brand new state of affairs of Spain’s double inferiority with 5 minutes to go earlier than the break to attract (15-15). José Ignacio Prades, who used completely different defensive programs and distributed minutes amongst his gamers, requested a time-out. Maitane Etxeberria broke the equality simply earlier than the break (16-17).
Serbia turned the rating round after the break (18-17), thanks partly to their goalkeeper. Spain regained the lead because of their protection and Jennifer Gutirrez’s success from seven metres, however there was an absence of readability within the assault. Within the final 10 minutes, as soon as once more a state of affairs of double inferiority hampered the staff, which noticed two targets (29-27). When Spain caressed the tie, Kristina Graovac closed the purpose and sealed the victory for Serbia (30-28).
Paula Arcos (8 targets) was elected MVP and Martina Capdevila made her debut with absolute choice. Spain will play this Friday with Austria (4:30 p.m.).
30 – Serbia: Cetkovic (Graovac); Vukajlovic (1), Stosic (2), Lavko (9), Agaba, Durasinovic, Janjusevic (3), Risovic, Kojic, Jovovic (1), Stamenic (1), Bojicic (3), Stoiljkovic (8), Radevic, Tabak, Liscevic (2), Petrovic-
28 – House: Mercedes Castellanos (Maddi Aalla); Esther Arrojeria (1), Eli Cesreo, Jennifer Gutirrez (4), Maitane Etxeberria (3), Alba Spugnini, Lara Gonzlez (2), Ona Vegu, Alicia Fernndez (1), Almudena Rodríguez (3), Paula Valdivia (4) , Lysa Tchaptchet (1), Paula Arcos (8), Martina Capdevila and Alexandrina Barbosa (1).
British: Mihaela Paraschiv and Giorgiana Lungu (ROU).
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