Bijelo Polje, Montenegro, 4 Jun, 2017 - It was a one-man show on Sunday with Robert Täht
scoring 18 points, including 14 in attack in the three sets his team needed to beat Montenegro.
Home crowd favourite, Marko Bojic
, disappointed, but still finished the night with the most points, 7, for Montenegro.
Montenegro started the first set very well with a three-point lead at the first technical time-out(8-5). Soon after, the Estonian team equalized at 10-10 and then took a lead of their own, 14-11. The visiting team managed to build on their lead from then on finishing the set confidently, 25-18.
In the second set Estonia earned a lead early on with powerful attacks and were six points up (16-10) at the second technical time out. They kept on applying the pressure and snatched the set at 25-16.
The home side managed to stay in play at the beginning of the third set, with the score tied at 6-all. From then on, however, only one team played well and Estonia quickly took a 13-7 lead before finishing the match with 25-13 in the final set.