The 1/8 finals of the 2022 Men's Volleyball World Championships ended in Gliwice, Poland. All the top eight teams were produced. The Asian champion Iran was swept by Brazil 0-3. In this way, the Asian teams will compete in this World Championship. All out. Brazil will face South American rivals Argentina in the quarter-finals, who eliminated Serbia 3-0.
In the group stage, the Iranian team ranked second with two wins and one loss, and the Brazilian team ranked first in the group with three consecutive victories and entered the top 16. The two teams played against each other in the 1/8 finals. The strength of the Iranian team was obviously inferior. They lost three consecutive games to their opponents by 17-25, 22-25 and 23-25, and were swept by a total score of 0-3.
In this game, no Iranian team scored in double figures, Ebadipur, Esfandir and Manavi Nezad each scored 8 points. Brazil's Lille scored the most in the game with 20 points, and was the only player to score more than 10 points. Rodriguenio, Lucas and Flavio also scored 8 points each.
In the group stage, Argentina, the third place in the Tokyo Olympics, had advanced to the Tokyo Olympics with 1 win and 2 losses. In the 1/8 finals, they encountered Serbia, who had won all three games. As a result, they lost three cities in a row and defeated their opponents 25-23, 25-21 and 25-23. The total score reached the quarterfinals 3-0.
In this contest, the Argentine three scored in double figures, of which Lima scored 14 points, Conte scored 13 points, Luthor scored 12 points, Serbia's Kovacevich scored 13 points, and Lisinach contributed 12 points. .
In this way, all the Asian teams in this Asian Championships are out. In the end, Iran and Japan, who had been eliminated before, ranked 13th and 12th respectively. In the quarter-finals, Brazil and Argentina started a South American derby in the first half, and the two-time defending champions were at home. Poland meets the US team. In the second half, Italy faced the Tokyo Olympic champion France, and joined one of the hosts, Slovenia, in a dark horse battle with Ukraine.