Escape from 4 consecutive losses → Lose again… Did Korean Air lose strength? Recapture of the 3rd place on our card

 Men’s professional volleyball Woori Card, with the triangular formation of Agamez, Na Gyeong-bok, and Song Hee-chae, took the leader Korean Air and escaped from a 5-game losing streak.

In addition, he took 3 points and accumulated 44 points (15 wins, 14 losses), surpassing KEPCO (42 points, 13 wins, 16 losses) and rose to third place again, occupying an advantageous position in advancing to ‘Spring Volleyball’.

Woori Card won with a set score of 3-0 (25-23 28-26 25-20) in a home game against Dodram 2022-2023 V-League Korean Air held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 17th.

It is the joy of winning after a long time after falling into a pit of 5 consecutive losses since the match against OK Financial Group on January 22nd.

Korean Air got out of a 4-game losing streak in the previous game, but was unable to continue its momentum as it lost again.

17th place Korean Air (59 points, 20 wins, 9 losses) and 2nd place Hyundai Capital (55 points, 18 wins, 10 losses) have virtually confirmed advancing to the playoffs, and Woori Card (points 3) 44, 15 wins, 14 losses), 4th place KEPCO (42 points카지노, 13 wins, 16 losses), and 5th place OK Financial Group (41 points, 14 wins, 15 losses) are competing for tickets to advance to ‘Spring Volleyball’ with up to 2 remaining. .

KB Insurance (32 points, 11 wins, 17 losses) in 6th place has been shaken, while Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance (27 points, 9 wins, 19 losses) is in last place.

On this day, Woori Card defeated Korean Air with a triangular formation of Agamez (21 points), Na Gyeong-bok (13 points), and Song Hee-chae (9 points).

In team blocking, middle blockers Kim Wan-jong (3) and Lee Sang-hyun (3) built an iron wall and led 9-2.

Woori Card accumulated set points with Song Hee-chae’s quick open and serve ace in the first set 22-22, and finished with Na Gyeong-bok’s quick open in 24-23.

The winner was a 26-26 deuce situation in the second set.

At first, Woori Card seemed to have succeeded in scoring, but before that, Jeong Ji-seok’s finger injury was recognized and the referee declared a replay.

Woori Card coach Shin Young-cheol protested strongly, but it was not accepted.

Rather, the poisonous Woori Card ended the battle with Agamez’s powerful back attack and Song Hee-chae’s exquisite serve ace.

Woori Card, who was in a good mood, ran from 12-10 to 19-12 in the 3rd set and seized the victory early.

Korean Air chased 20-23 and showed off their backs at the last minute, but Agamez’s open score and Lincoln’s offense crossed the line and the game ended.

In Korean Air, Jeong Ji-seok (16 points), Lincoln (11 points), and Lim Dong-hyuk (10 points) played an active role, but could not prevent the team from losing.

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