4 sets, 7 points, reverse electrode… Men’s volleyball leader Korean Air escaped 4 consecutive victories

Korean Air, the leader in men’s volleyball, took KB Insurance and broke the chain of 4 consecutive losses.

Korean Air won KB Insurance with a set score of 3 to 1 in the 2022-2023 V-League men’s match held at Gyeyang Gymnasium in Incheon on the 14th.

With this victory, Korean Air was the first in the league to reach 20 wins (8 losses) and record 59 points, widening the gap with second place Hyundai Capital (17 wins, 10 losses, 52 points) to 9 points.

On this day, Korean Air scored 42 points, with Lincoln scoring 23 points and Jeong Ji-seok 19 points.

Jeong Han-yong, who took the place of the injured Kwak Seung-seok, also contributed to the team’s victory with 11 points.

Korean Air took the lead in the first set with Jeong Han-yong.

In a situation where Jeong Han-yong was being pulled 15 to 13, he came back with a score and the right to serve with a quick open attack.

Jeong Han-yong tied the score at 15 to 15 with his spike serve ace, then put a series of powerful serves into the opponent’s court and shook the receive, leading to three additional points in a row.

At the set point of 24-21, Korean Air was chased by 1 point due to Lincoln’s serve Beomsil and the opposing foreign player Vijena’s serve ace, but Beomsil came out of the next Villena serve and ended the first set 25-23.

KB Insurance counterattacked in the second set with Viyena at the fore.

Villena, who solved 10 points alone in the second set, made a set point with a cool back attack in 23-21.

In a situation where Korean Air recovered 2 points and was chased by 24 to 23, after receiving Jeong Ji-seok’s strong spike, Libero Jung Min-soo’s toss was resolved by Villena with a back attack, returning the game to the starting point.

In the 3rd set, the watershed of the game, Korean Air led the atmosphere with 5 blockings at every decisive moment. 카지노

At the beginning of the set, Jeong Ji-seok and Kim Gyu-min’s consecutive blocking scores took a 3-0 lead, and Kim Min-jae’s interception came in 10-9.

Jeong Ji-seok, who had been quiet, played an active part in the 3rd set only with 5 points, including 1 serve and 1 blocking score.

At the beginning of the 4th set, Korean Air was led by 12 to 5 and 7 points, but gradually narrowed the score gap to 23 to 20 and showed concentration at the end of the game.

KB Insurance’s Hwang Taek-eui’s serve offense and Hwang Kyung-min’s attack offense allowed Korean Air to follow with a one-point lead, allowing Hong-jung Kim to make a quick attack and give the set point 24-22.

However, he was not shaken and pursued again by 1 point with the time difference of Jeong Ji-seok, and Lincoln’s attack succeeded and led the game to deuce.

In the deuce, Korean Air took the lead with Villena’s offense, then Kim Min-jae intercepted Villena’s attack to end the game.

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