‘Establishing a solo system’ Korean Air beats Samsung Fire and runs for 3 consecutive wins

‘Leader’ Korean Air continued its high-altitude march against Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance’s strong pursuit. Korean Air won

3-1 (25-17, 25-22, 21-25, 27-25) in the Dodram 2022-2023 V-League men’s away game against Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance held at Chungmu Gymnasium in Daejeon on the 11th.

Korean Air harvested 18 wins (3 losses) and recorded 52 points, further solidifying its leading solo system.,On the other hand, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, which failed to escape from the bottom, became 5 wins and 16 losses and was in the mire of 2 consecutive losses. For

Korean Air, Lim Dong-hyuk and Jeong Ji-seok each scored 18 points, leading the team to victory. Lincoln, who showed his presence from the third set, also added 10 points.

In the first set, Korean Air succeeded in dominating the baseline. Korean Air, which took a 9-6 lead at the beginning of the set, ran away with Kim Min-jae and Jo Jae-young’s scores to 18-13. After that, Lim Dong-hyuk’s powerful firepower added and took the first set without difficulty. Korean Air’s attack success rate reached 74%. 스포츠토토

At the beginning of the 2nd set, the two teams faced off closely. Korean Air’s Kwak Seung-seok and Cho Jae-young hit the fast attack, and Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance’s Kim Jung-ho succeeded in a rearguard attack and counterattacked

. The air changed the flow from the middle. Lim Dong-hyuk increased the pace, and Jung Ji-seok succeeded in sub-ace and pipe attacks and went out 20-16. There was no change in the flow. Thanks to the even scores of Kwak Seung-seok, Lim Dong-hyuk and Cho Jae-young, Korean Air I also won these 2 sets.

At the beginning of the 3rd set, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance harassed Korean Air. Ikbairi’s goal led to an 8-5 lead. While Lim Dong-hyuk hesitated, Ikbairi pushed hard. Samsung Fire ran away until 17-11. 

Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance succeeded in taking the lead. Ikbairi, who showed off a hot attack, was eager to score, and Kim Jun-woo scored and won the third set.

In the 4th set, Korean Air took the lead first. Following Lincoln’s consecutive goals, Han blocked the ball to lead 8-6. Korean Air maintained a 16-13 lead with Lincoln steadily scoring points and Kim Min-jae’s blocking.

Korean Air did not lose the flow. Lincoln’s back attack was powerful, and Cho Jae-young joined the scoring and stepped on the 20-point notice first. Korean Air managed to break away from Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance’s fierce pursuit. With the score tied 25-25, Korean Air ended the game with consecutive goals from Lincoln and Jaeyoung Cho.

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