Woori Card, ‘Jun PO has no nightmares!’… KEPCO, ‘Last year’s big battle once again!’

2 consecutive semi-playoffs (junior PO)? Are you straight to the playoffs?

Men’s volleyball Woori Card took a step closer to confirming the 3rd place with the boarding pass for the last train of the postseason (PS), and started to erase the nightmare of losing to 4th place KEPCO in the semi-PO despite finishing 3rd in the regular league last year.

Woori Card defeated KEPCO with a set score of 3-0 (25-18 25-22 26-24) in the Dodram 2022-2023 V-League home game held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 4th.

Prior to the game, the contrast between the two teams, Woori Card and KEPCO, which had the same victory points and were running in 3rd and 4th place with different wins, clearly crossed each other.

Woori Card accumulated 50 points (17 wins, 16 losses) and widened the gap with KEPCO (47 points, 15 wins, 18 losses). In particular, the joy was doubled by overpowering KEPCO, who had a bloody battle in 5 sets in 4 matches in a head-to-head match this season, with a shutout.

On April 1 of last year, Woori Card faced 4th place KEPCO and ‘Dodram 2021-22 V League’ semi-playoff (PO) single game at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul and lost 1-3, ending ‘Spring Volleyball’ in vain. .

This year, there was a high possibility of a semi-PO with 47 points until the previous game.   

With three regular league games left side by side, the next match between the two teams is also advantageous for Woori Card.

Woori Card will face OK Financial Group, which lags behind in the spring volleyball competition on the 8th, whereas KEPCO will have to play a tough match against Hyundai Capital, which is 2nd, on the 9th.

In the V-League, a semi-playoff match between the two teams is held only when the difference in points between the 3rd and 4th places in the regular league is 3 or less. If the difference in points between 3rd and 4th places exceeds 3, the playoffs for 2nd and 3rd places in the regular league will open the curtain for spring volleyball.

The first contributor to Woori Card’s victory was Riverman Agamez. 토토사이트

Agamez led the triangle formation with a high RBI attack and 4 cannon ball serve points, driving 26 points. Na Gyeong-bok (13 points) and Song Hee-chae (10 points) supported the back.

The watershed that separated the flow was the first set.

In the beginning, when Woori Card led 10-9, Agamez scored the first goal with an open attack, followed by Song Hee-chae’s open goal, Agamez’s sub ace, and Na Gyeong-bok’s three consecutive goals. happened with

Agamez hit a powerful serve ace that tied the score in the second set, which was trailing 9-10.

As Agamez’s powerful spike serve shook KEPCO’s receive one after another, Woori Card ran back to 15-10 with Song Hee-chae’s consecutive goals, Agamez’s back attack, and setter Hwang Seung-bin’s 2 blocking points, similar to the first set, and seized the victory. .

In the 3rd set of deuce, KEPCO Thais’ touch-out attempt aimed at Agamez’s hand was judged as an attacker’s touch-out after a video review, and Woori Card accumulated match points, and Na Gyeong-bok’s diagonal strike closed the game.

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