Zhu Ting comes back to help China clinch fifth straight win


Zhu Ting had a shining comeback with MIP performance.

Okayama, Japan, September 1, 2005 – Ace spiker Zhu Ting came back from a three-match absence to score 15 points here Tuesday afternoon to help China clinch their fifth straight win at the 2015 FIVB Women’s World Cup.

Having taken a three-match break because of a sprained foot, Zhu looked refreshed as she notched up 11 kills and four blocks as well as the Most Impressive Player award. With the 25-14, 25-15 and 25-20 victory, the Chinese women improved to a 7-1 win-loss record at the end of the second round play in Okayama. 

Yuan Xinyue had 14 points for China through nine kills, three blocks and two aces with Zhang Changning and Liu Xiaotong contributing 13 and 12 points respectively.

The Chinese women had a 11-3 advantage in blocking points and outserved the Argentines 8-3. Argentina slipped to a 3-5 win-loss record.

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