Korean Air has only one win left until the combined championship. 안전놀이터

Korean Air won a set score 3-0 (25-20, 25-22, 25-22) in the second leg of the championship match against Hyundai Capital in the Dodram 2022-2023 V-League held at the Incheon Gyeyang Gymnasium on the home court on the 1st. .

With this victory, Korean Air, who had won two consecutive victories following the 3-1 victory in the first game, could build a monumental achievement of winning the combined championship for three consecutive years if they win only one game out of the remaining three games. In addition, the feat of winning the treble following the cup championship was also on the horizon. The team that won both the 1st and 2nd matches in the previous men’s championship has a 100% chance of winning. All 8 times where they preempted 2 consecutive victories resulted in the final victory. Korean Air was aiming for the final conquest at the 2nd base camp. On the other hand, Hyundai Capital, driven to the edge of the cliff, went down to Cheonan home in a burdensome situation.

Korean Air led the victory with Lincoln scoring 24 points, Kwak Seung-seok 11 points, and Jung Ji-seok 9 points. With an absolute advantage of 44-31 in attack scoring, the serve score also recorded a 3-0 advantage. On the other hand, in Hyundai Capital, Heo Soo-bong struggled with 16 points, but Oreol only scored 6 points, leaving a disappointment. Korean Air’s starters included Lincoln as an apositive spiker, outside hitters Jung Ji-seok (3) and Kwak Seung-seok (6), middle blockers Cho Jae-young (4) and Kim Gyu-min (1), setter Han Seon-seon (2), and libero Oh Eun

  • ryeol . . Hyundai Capital has Apposite Spiker Heo Soo-bong (5) , Outside Heater Oreoll (3)

and Lee Si-woo (6), middle blockers Hong Dong-seon (4) and Choi Min-ho (1), setter Kim Myeong-gwan (2), and libero Park Kyung-min stepped onto the court first.

In the 7-7 tie in the first set , Korean Air took a lead by one point due to Jeong Ji-seok’s strong hit after Han’s dig. Jeong Ji-seok led the flow by succeeding in the left attack that followed. Lincoln flew from the back and scored. With Kim Kyu-min’s sharp serve continuing, the opponent’s offense was added, and the score widened to 11-7.

When Hyundai Capital chased 11-12 with Heo Soo-bong’s rear strike and Oreol’s blocking goal, Korean Air escaped again with Kwak Seung-seok’s witty goal and Kim Gyu-min’s blocking goal. Lincoln’s hard hit and opponent’s error made the score 17-12. Korean Air increased their lead to 20-14 with Kwak Seung-seok’s goal and won the first set with Kwak Seung-seok and Cho Jae-young’s points. The score was 25-20.

2 sets . For Hyundai Capital, Park Sang-ha, who was replaced in the first set, started in No. 4. Korean Air departed with Lincoln moving to the fourth seat.

Korean Air had the upper hand in the power struggle at the beginning of the set. Kwak Seung-seok’s goal from the back and Jung Ji-seok’s front-runner scored to lead 10-6. Hyundai Capital put on 11-12 pressure with Heo Soo-bong and Lee Si-woo scoring. The opponent’s offense resulted in a tie at 12-12.

Korean Air did not waver. Kwak Seung-seok and Lincoln scored neatly to lead again 14-12. One player scored an exquisite feint in front of the net. The scoreboard indicated 17-14. Korean Air maintained a 20-16 advantage with Lincoln and Jeong Ji-seok’s left and right hits. In the end, the second set also belonged to Korean Air. The set ended with an opponent’s mistake following a blow from Lincoln. The score was 25-22.

Last 3 sets . Korean Air returned to the first set formation with Jeong Ji-seok starting at number 3. Hyundai Capital was the same as the second set, and Kim Seon-ho started in the 6th.

Hyundai Capital took a 10-8 advantage with Heo Soo-bong and Oreol’s strong hits. When Korean Air tied the score at 14-14 with Lincoln’s front-and-back strike, Hyundai Capital entered a technical timeout with a 16-14 lead thanks to Choi Min-ho’s quick break and Heo Soo-bong’s rear-end strike. Heo Soo-bong’s hard hit led to a 20-18 lead.

Korean Air tied 20-20 with a serve ace following Lincoln’s hard hit. In the ensuing 21-21, Hyundai Capital Heo Soo-bong’s right attack was out, and Korean Air took a lead by one point. However, Korean Air’s Jung Ji-seok’s attack was also out.

In 22-22, this time, Hyundai Capital Heo Soo-bong’s left attack led to the crime. Subong Heo’s left blow hit the blocking wall of Jung Ji-seok of Korean Air. Korean Air, which reached the match point, ended the game with a victory due to the opponent’s mistake. It was the moment when Korean Air won both the first and second games of the championship match.

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