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Entertainment Voigtmann in front of group finale: "Will a hard chunk"

08:52  30 july  2021
08:52  30 july  2021 Source:   ran.de

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Germany's basketball player go without fear in the final Olympia preliminary game against the undefeated medal candidate Australia.

Johannes Voigtmann beim Training. © David Goldman / AP / DPA Johannes Voigtmann during training.

"It's a hard chunk. But as we saw against Italy, it is not impossible, "Center Johannes Voigtmann said before the decisive encounter on Saturday (10:20 am) in Saitama north of Tokyo and added to the opponent:" There are places where they are vulnerable. We will try to exploit. Then I think we deliver a very good performance and hopefully move into the quarterfinals. "

After the avoidable start-up defeat against Italy and the first victory against Nigeria, the qualification for the K.O. Round for the selection of the German basketball federal government with a further success is safe. Also a defeat could be enough, because the two best group forms continue. "The progress is the clear goal. We are focused on what is now ahead of us, "said the native Thüringer Voigtmann, who has been playing Zska Moscow since 2019.

"The door is now open to us, we have it in your own hand. That's a very, very good feeling, "Voigtmann said. However, the World Cup fourth Australia is considered the most difficult opponent in the group B. The team has begun with the clear goal of finally winning the first Olympic medal. Do you have to do without Center Aron Baynes. The NBA professional of the Toronto Raptors moved into a neck injury and misses the rest of the summer games.

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