I was expecting the match to be a tough one since, Brazil is really a hard team to beat. Korea is also an Asian powerhouse which has the big chance to nail the defending Olympic champion in Beijing. 

An epic 5 setter game was unrealized since the match ended to (3-0), 25-23,25-21,25-21, which was claimed by the Koreans as their 2nd victory after they outsmarted the Serbians in 4 sets (25-12,25-16,16-25,25-21) in their opening match. 

Kim Yeon-Koung, the Korean top scorer spearheaded to seal the game in just 3 straight sets. Her spikes were unstoppable coming from the outside and the back row. I should gladly say that Kim Na See (setter) did an excellent job on her part. All of her attackers were always ready to spike the Mikasa ball before the Earls Court in London. 

Paula Pequeno and Jacque Carvalho  from the Brazilian side did not have enough juice to  squeeze against the Asian contingent. What happened? That was their second defeat after they were outsmarted by the Americans in four sets (25-18,25-17,22-25,25-21)the other day.

Brazil will clash against the strong China and Korea will play against Turkey. If Brazil would lose to China, I think they would not qualify in the Quarterfinals. This would be an exciting one to watch. 

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