Men’s professional volleyball Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, Korean Air – Hyundai Capital jumps to 2nd place in a row
, Hyundai Capital suffers 3 consecutive losses without a winning set since the opening of the regular season
Men’s professional volleyball Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance took revenge on Hyundai Capital, which had lost all six games last season, in the V-Classic match.
Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance rose to second place by winning with a set score of 3-0 (27-25 25-21 25-17) in the away game against Hyundai Capital in the Dodram 2023-2024 V-League Men’s Division held at Yu Gwan-sun Gymnasium in Cheonan, South Chungcheong Province on the 22nd.
Since the opening on the 14th, Hyundai Capital has suffered three consecutive losses, being completely defeated by Korean Air, Woori Card, and Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance without winning a single set.
Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance continued its upward trend by beating Korean Air 3-2 on the 19th, earning 2 wins and 1 loss on the season.
As a result, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance maintained an advantage of 59 wins and 54 losses in the V-Classic Match, a rivalry match that has continued since the founding of the Samsung Volleyball Team in 1995.
Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, which ranked last in the 2022-2023 V League regular league, succeeded in avenging the shame of losing all six games last season in the first game of the season.
Hyundai Capital destroyed itself with 12 errors in the first set토스카지노 도메인, which was the watershed for victory and defeat.
In the second half of the set, Ahmed Ikhbairi (registered name Ahmed) made a mistake in the back attack line and a mistake in consecutive attacks, leading to a 17-20 loss, and even setter Hyunseung Lee’s mistake in the set.
It was difficult to reach a deuce, but Heo Soo-bong made a decisive serve error at 25-25, eventually giving up the set at 25-27.
Hyundai Capital reduced its errors in the second set, but could not stop the one-man show of Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance’s main gun, Yosvani Hernández (registered name: Yosvani).
Yosbani, who scored 11 points in the first set, scored 12 points in the second set, accounting for 64% of the team’s attack share.
Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, which had won, was ahead by more than 5 points in the 3rd set and easily earned 3 points in 3 sets.
Yosbani was in full swing, scoring 29 points, including a back attack to win the match point.
Hyundai Capital’s attack success rate remained at 46.34%, 11% lower than Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance.