Resistencia, Argentina, August 22, 2015 - While Poland’s coach is already enjoying the gold medal match, although they still don’t know their rival, Iran’s coach Vakili praised the Poles and highlighted the importance of the bronze medal his team might seize on Sunday.
Sebastian Pawlik, Poland coach: "It was a very special and difficult game because Iran is a strong team, so I'm glad and give my congratulations to the boys because today they played really good. It's the first time in history that Polish Youth Team will be playing a final match, so for me is a very nice feeling. I don't know who's going to be in the final, but it will be a very interesting match."
Reza Vakili Farjad, Iran coach: "We congratulate Poland because they're a very good team and have a lot of potential. Two of our main players are too young to play this kind of games yet. We did it very well, but yesterday we played five sets and we were a bit tired. Bronze medal is not bad, not always you can get the gold medal and we know that."