Women’s volleyball GS Caltex succeeded in turning around the atmosphere by stopping Heungkuk Life Insurance’s challenge of 10 consecutive wins.
GS Caltex won against Heungkuk Life Insurance with a set score of 3-1 (25-20 16-25 27-25 25-19)
in the Dodram 2023-2024 V-League women’s visiting game held at Samsun World Gymnasium in Incheon on the 9th.
GS Caltex, which ended its two-game losing streak by catching the ‘big catch
Heungkuk Life Insurance, maintained third place in the women’s division with 9 wins, 6 losses, and 25 points.
Heungkuk Life Insurance, which could have recorded 10 consecutive wins with a win on this day 먹튀검증사이트
suffered its second loss (12 wins) this season.
Heungkuk Life Insurance still took the lead in the league with 33 points
but was chased by Hyundai Engineering & Construction (10 wins, 4 losses, 32 points)
which was just one point behind in second place, and it could not guarantee its success in first place.
GS Caltex, which lost to Heungkuk Life Insurance by a 0-3 shutout score in both the first and second rounds
put pressure on Heungkuk Life Insurance on this day by focusing on defense
GS Caltex Gisele Silva (registered name Silva) played with 27 points, and Kang So-hwi (19 points) and Yoo Seo-yeon (10 points) formed a ‘triangular formation’ and combined for 56 points.
GS Caltex first set the tone with Heungkuk Life Insurance’s series of errors in the early part of the first set, and then successfully blocked the attacks of Kim Yeon-kyung and Jelena Mrazenovic (registered name Jelena) to take the set at 25-20.
GS Caltex libero Han Su-jin helped the team with several decisive digs.
In the second set, while GS Caltex destroyed itself with 9 mistakes, Heungkuk Life Insurance easily took the set and balanced the game.
The third set, which was the watershed for victory and defeat
was tightly fought with GS Caltex’s main gun Silva and Heungkuk Life Insurance’s Yelena scoring 9 points each.
GS Caltex led 22-19, but Heungkuk Life Insurance scored 4 times in a row with 2 points each from Kim Su-ji and Yelena to take the lead to 22-23.
Then Silva scored two points in a row to create a set point
and Heungkuk Life Insurance also made it 24-24 deuce with Yelena’s hard hit.
At 25-25, GS Caltex went one step ahead with Kang So-hwi’s quick open, and after Han Su-jin saved Kim Yeon-kyung’s attack with a dig
Silva finished with a back attack to take the third set.
GS Caltex blocked the opponent’s attack with its best defense in the 4th set, and tied Heungkuk Life Insurance, whose legs were heavy
on the court and easily finished the game with a score of 25-19.
In the men’s game held at Sangnoksu Gymnasium in Ansan
Hyundai Capital escaped its six-game losing streak.
Hyundai Capital defeated OK Financial Group 3-0 (26-24 25-14 25-18).
If they had lost that day, Hyundai Capital, which would have tied the club’s record for the most consecutive losses set last year
took a breather and created an opportunity for a rebound.
Hyundai Capital’s ranking, which had 3 wins (11 losses) and 13 points this season, remained unchanged at 6th place. OK Financial Group, which suffered three consecutive losses, was also tied for 5th place.
Hyundai Capital won the first set in a seesaw game with two timely blocking goals.
At 23-23, tall setter Kim Myeong-gwan blocked OK Financial Group’s Song Hee-chae’s hard hit from the right.
At 25-24, with the set point accumulated by Ahmed Ikhbairi (registered name Ahmed)’s back attack score
Hong Dong-seon single-handedly blocked Jin Sang-heon’s quick attack in the center.
Hyundai Capital had a chance to escape in the second set thanks to Ahmed’s consecutive points early in the game.
Ahmed scored an open point by jumping on the ball
which was saved with difficulty by his defense, and then blocked the attack of Leonardo Leyva Martinez (registered name Leo), increasing the score to 11-7.
Hyundai Capital, who shook up OK Financial Group’s reception with a strong serve
scored two points for free thanks to a series of attacks by Shin Ho-jin and Song Hee-chae that left the court, and ran away with a 17-11 victory, securing the victory.
In the third set, where Choi Min-ho’s fast attack led 14-11
Hyundai Capital virtually decided the winner or loser when Ahmedy served.
When OK Financial Group’s receive collapsed due to Ahmed’s strong serve
setter Kim Myeong-kwan’s second-stage push and Heo Su-bong’s interception scored, and Hyundai Capital ran away with a 16-11 lead and ended the game comfortably.
Ahmed scored 20 points, boasting a whopping 87.50% attack success rate.
In particular, he targeted Leo at the end of the third set and hit two serve aces in a row
creating the fourth triple crown of the season (three or more serves, back attacks, and blocks).
Hyundai Capital’s attack was strong after a long time, with Ahmed
Heo Soo-bong (15 points) and Hong Dong-seon (10 points) on both wings, and Choi Min-ho
(6 points) and Cai Fei-chang (registered name Fei-chang, 4 points)
adding strength to the central fast attack. It exploded evenly.
It was a complete victory for Hyundai Capital with a score of 9-2 in blocking.