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Croatia Bow Out to Germany at European Volleyball Championship

sanja_popovicAfter beating the fancied Dutch side in a five-set thriller, Croatia has failed to beat Germany in the Quarter-Final of the European Women’s Volleyball Championships being held in Germany and Swtizerland. Croatia went down to the German’s in front of 7,00 German fans in Halle 0-3 (23-25, 23-25, 25-18) after one hour and 21 minutes.  Croatia can still be pleased with their efforts at the championships, at the last Euros Croatia finished in 13th position.

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