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Kim Yeon-Koung: All the teams are a bit exhausted

 
Komaki, Japan, September 4, 2015 – Korea defeated Kenya 3-0 (25-16, 25-16, 25-19) in the FIVB Volleyball Women's World Cup at Park Arena Komaki on Friday.

Korea coach Lee Jungchul: "This is the third round of the tournament and we’re happy to win our first game here. I know the players are very tired but they are concentrating well and I hope they can play well in the next game."

Korea captain Kim Yeon-Koung: "All the teams are in the same situation; they’ve been playing for a long time and are a bit exhausted. But we’ll carry on fighting in our upcoming matches."

Korea player Kim Suji: "Kenya are getting much better compared to their past performances. We’ve got two matches left and must try our best to get more wins."

Kenya coach David Lungaho: "Congratulations to Korea for the win. Our players really wanted to win this match and want to win every match. Our way is to fight every day. The most important thing is to play our best and enjoy the matches. In this game, we learned a lot and we will aim to improve in the games ahead of us."

Kenya captain Brackcides Khadambi: We want to congratulate Korea for their win. As for us, we tried our best and we will continue trying and gaining more experience, and I know we are going to win."

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