Men’s volleyball KEPCO’s foreign player Thais drove 22 points, including 3 blocking and 2 sub-aces, and defeated OK Financial Group. went.
KEPCO put OK Financial Group to sleep with a set score of 3-0 (25-19 25-13 25-22) in the Dodram 2022-2023 V-League men’s game held at the Suwon Gymnasium in Gyeonggi-do on the 13th.
KEPCO, which won the ‘Spring Volleyball’ ticket in 4th place (56 points, 20 wins, 16 losses) by defeating KB Insurance in the last game last season, will challenge the postseason for the second year in a row this year.
KEPCO, which struggled to escape from the 9-game losing streak by winning the victory in 42 days by sacrificing Woori Card three days ago, overturned the first set, which was dragged 10-16 by OK Financial Group’s strong serve, and won the white flag in the third set.
KEPCO maintained 5th place chasing 4th place Woori Card (30 points, 11 wins, 9 losses) with 26 points (8 wins, 13 losses). The ranking of OK Financial Group (33 points, 11 wins, 10 losses) remained unchanged at 3rd place.
As of the 13th, Korean Air (52 points, 18 wins, 3 losses) and Hyundai Capital (40 points, 13 wins, 7 losses) are overwhelmingly in 1st and 2nd place, while OK Financial Group (33 points) is in the middle of men’s volleyball standings. . .
KB Insurance in 6th place (18 points, 6 wins, 14 losses) and 7th place Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance (17 points, 5 wins, 16 losses) need to escape from the bottom.
In the semi-playoff, which is the cutoff of ‘Spring Volleyball’, if the difference between the 3rd and 4th places in the regular league is 3 points or less, a single match will be held at the home stadium of the 3rd place team to determine the team that advances to the playoffs. 카지노사이트
If the semi-playoffs are canceled, the playoffs (2 wins in 3 games) in which the 2nd and 3rd places in the regular league collide will open the curtain of ‘Spring Volleyball’ on March 23-28. The championship match will be held from March 29th to April 7th in a best-of-five format.
On this day, KEPCO took a 10-7 lead in blocking, blocking OK Financial Group’s attack and inducing more than twice as many rooms (26) to achieve a thrilling come-from-behind victory.
Thais scored 22 points, including 3 blocks and 2 sub aces.
Shin Young-seok (8 points), Seo Jae-deok (7 points), and Lim Seong-jin (6 points) supported the back.
OK Financial Group suffered bitterness as its team attack success rate was only 38%, 22 percentage points lower than KEPCO.
Leo scored 19 points and Cha Ji-hwan scored 9 points, but outside hitter Song Myung-keun, whom manager Seok Jin-wook expected, only scored 4 points, leaving a feeling of regret.