China approach ninth place after winning Asian duel against Chinese Taipei


Caguas, Puerto Rico, September 18, 2015 - In one of the semifinals for the ninth place of FIVB Women’s U20 World Championship, China cruised past Chinese Taipei 3-0 (25-12, 25-21, 25-11) and took another step forward on the lower part of the competition.

China’s Du Qingqing was the most active scorer of the match with 13 points, one more than fellow outside spiker Ye Jin. Both of them greatly helped at blocking, providing five out of the total of nine blocks nailed by China.

On Chinese Taipei, which will now play for the 11th place, Yu Chin-Feng jumped from the bench during the first set to lead her team with 7 points, but they were overwhelmed by China on every aspect of the game.

There wasn’t much to do for Chinese Taipei, as China established quick leads on each chapter. Setter Sun Haiping made some heavy damage from the service line at every beginning and that made everything uphill for Chinese Taipei, triggering some errors that brought the end even faster.


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