Hyundai Capital in the professional volleyball men’s division started chasing after losing 4 consecutive losses to leading Korean Air.
Hyundai Capital defeated Korea Hankong with a set score of 3-1 (20-25 37-35 25-22 26-24) in the V-League home game (Cheonan Yu Gwan-sun Gymnasium) on the 10th. Foreign player Oreol Camejo (37, Cuba) led the team to victory with 22 points and Jeon Kwang-in (32) with 20 points. Heo Soo-bong (25) scored 19 points, including 4 blocks, and Libero Park Gyeong-min (24) also contributed to the team’s victory with a fighting spirit and high receiving efficiency (59.09%) throughout the game.
Hyundai Capital, second in the league, recorded 17 wins and 10 losses (52 points), narrowing the gap with Korean Air (19 wins, 8 losses, 56 points) to 4 points. The two teams each have 9 regular league games left.
Hyundai Capital lost the first set, but won the second set 37-35 after 12 deuces. O’Reol took the set by slamming an open goal into the opponent’s court. Seizing the momentum, Hyundai Capital showed their concentration in the 3rd and 4th sets and won. 바카라사이트
Korean Air struggled with 18 points with Lincoln Williams (30, Australia) scoring 24 points and Jeong Ji-seok (28) recording the “Triple Crown (blocking, serving, back attacking each of 3 or more points)”, but 39 points (Hyundai Capital) 30) were shaken.
In the women’s division, the lowest ranked Pepper Savings Bank (9 points) defeated the leader Hyundai Engineering & Construction (61 points) 3-2 (21-25 25-20 20-25 25-20 15-12). Nia Reid was the main player in the team’s victory with 36 points, the most among both teams. Choi Ga-eun, Lee Han-bi (more than 15 points), and Park Gyeong-hyun (10 points) also contributed to the team’s victory by posting double-digit scores. Pepper Savings Bank posted its 3rd win (24 losses) of the season.