KB Insurance, which broke the chain of two consecutive losses, secured 18 points (6 wins, 13 losses) and regained the 6th place it had given up to Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance (17 points, 5 wins, 14 losses). The difference between KEPCO in 5th place (21 points, 6 wins and 13 losses) is 3 points.
Setter Hwang Taek-eui, who missed 6 games in the 3rd round due to injury, took the lead in escaping from a losing streak with stable game management.
Andres Viyena (registered name Viyena) made a big success with 25 points, the most among both teams, while Hwang Kyung-min also contributed to the victory with a 9-point attack success rate of 56%.
KB Insurance took the set in advance by showing its potential to overturn the 3-point difference.
In a situation where they were drawn 19-22, their defensive concentration shone. The gap was narrowed by the opponent’s serve offense, and a stepping stone was laid for a reversal with repeated effective blocking and dig.
KB Insurance, which made 23-23 with Hwang Kyung-min’s quick open attack, took the set point by going through Viyena’s open attack.
Woori Card aimed for deuce, but Na Kyung-bok’s attack went off the court and swallowed regret.
KB Insurance led the second set in the direction they wanted. At 8-7, Kim Hong-jung’s fast break started, and he scored 4 consecutive goals, making it 12-7 at once.토토사이트
As the game progressed, the gap widened even more. Viyena’s back attack made it 20-13, and Hwang Taek-eui’s sub-ace added to the victory.
Han Seong-jeong blocked Agamez’s attack 24-17 and took the second set to KB Insurance.
The beginning of the 3rd set was Vijena’s one-man show. Villena was responsible for all the points until KB Insurance led 5-2.
KB Loss Insurance took a 20-17 lead and allowed a 22-22 tie. But the reverse was not allowed.
KB Insurance, which put a brake on the rise of Woori Card with Park Jin-woo’s quick attack, took the match point with the performance of Villena, who was responsible for scoring after the dig. And Lee Sang-hyun’s fast break left the court, completing the shutout victory.
Woori Card’s main setter Hwang Seung-bin was shaken, and the strikers’ performance was also insufficient. Agame struggled with 16 points, the most in the team, but lacked sophistication with an attack success rate of 41%. Local ace Na Gyeong-bok also performed sluggishly with 9 points and an attack success rate of 39%.
Woori Card (29 points, 11 wins, 8 losses), which was aiming to recapture 3rd place, finished 2 victories in a row and kept 4th place.