Tijana Boskovic breaks through the Brazilian block of Gabi Guimaraes, Carol Gattaz and Roberta Ratzke, as she bags the third 30+ scoring performance of Tokyo 2020.

Serbia's Tijana Boskovic marked the third 30+ scoring performance of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 after smashing home 32 points against Brazil on Saturday - though it was not quite enough to keep the reigning world champions undefeated in the competition as they went down to the South Americans 3-1 (25-20, 25-16, 23-25, 25-19) on Day 4 of the women's tournament.

The 24-year-old opposite registered 30/62 (48%) in attack and added one block and one ace for her tally.

It is the second personal entry for Boskovic in the list of players to have scored 30 points or more in a single match at the Olympic Games.


Tijana Boskovic fired off 32 points against Brazil at the Tokyo Olympics, but it was not enough to see Serbia move past Brazil.

The all-time scoring record in a single match at the Olympic Games remains 44 points, by Croatia's Barbara Jelic in their 3-1 win over China at Sydney 2000.