The following visualisation are the Points Scored by BRASIL (ORANGE) and ITALY (BLUE) in SIDE-OUT. A Side-out situation means the opponent team is serving and the team in side-out is receiving. The circles are organised in order of game action duration: Bigger Stroke = Longer Action / Smaller Stroke = Shorter Action.
WE HAVE A NEW SYMBOL: THE SMALLER RED CIRCLE INSIDE REPRESENT THE POINTS SCORED AT THE END OF THE SET (AFTER THE 20TH POINT).
WHICH TEAM SUFFERED MORE IN SIDE-OUT?
The BLUE LINE selection highlights the circles without a Stroke. This represent ITALY SERVICE MISTAKES.
The RED LINE selecting the circles without a Stroke, highlights now BRASIL SERVICE MISTAKES.
LET'S CHECK THE STRUGGLE NOW...
The BLUE LINE is now selecting the circles with the bigger Strokes (LONGER ACTION). In this visualisation it is interesting that Brasil won 4 points in Side-Out at the end of the set (SMALLER RED CIRCLE) struggling with Italy to win this points.
The RED LINE selecting the Side-out points scored by Italy in long actions and highlights a great struggle to win this points but not at the end of the set.