Australia cemented its spot among the top four in Pool C and punched its ticket to the second round of World Championships play, riding the arm of Lincoln Williams to a four-set win over Tunisia. Meanwhile, Russia cruised past Cameroon to set up its Pool C finale against Serbia.
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Australia followed Lincoln Williams to its first victory of the World Championships.
A well-rested Russian team blazed through Tunisia, including a record-setting 25-6 second stanza.
20 points from Wallace de Souza lifted Brazil over France in the best match of Thursday.
The United States moved to 2-0 atop Pool C, holding on for a five-set win over Australia on Thursday.
Team USA beat Serbia 3-2 in the biggest match of Wednesday at the 2018 FIVB Men’s Volleyball World Championships.
Pool C got started with a trio of matches in Bari, Italy, on Wednesday. Cameroon and Russia walked away with sweeps, while the United States survived a five-set battle with Serbia.
On the eve of his second FIVB World Championships, the hugely popular Samoan born-Australian middle blocker Nehemiah Mote, known to volleyball fans worldwide as “Nemo”, took a moment to reflect on the journey he has taken since the last edition, held in Poland in 2014.