Men’s volleyball Hyundai Capital, which suffered the first fall to the bottom after the launch of the 2021-2022 season V-League, succeeded in intensive rebuilding and entered the championship competition in a year.
The rise of Hyundai Capital was thanks to the unwavering performance of national strikers Heo Soo-bong, Jeon Kwang-in, and veteran foreign player Oreol.
Men’s professional volleyball Hyundai Capital took the lead in the league with a 5-game winning streak.
Hyundai Capital won a complete victory with a set score of 3-0 (25-23 25-21 25-18) in a visiting game against Woori Card in the Dodram 2022-2023 V-League men’s division held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 24th.
Hyundai Capital, which won five consecutive victories on this day, rose to first place with 21 wins and 10 losses and 64 points, beating Korean Air (62 points, 21 wins and 9 losses).
It is a reversal two days after giving up first place to Korean Air on the 22nd.
On the other hand, the 3rd place Woori Card (44 points, 15 wins, 16 losses) did not gain points and could not shake off the pursuit of the lower teams.
Currently, it is only maintaining 3rd place, 1 win ahead of 4th place KEPCO (44 points, 14 wins, 16 losses).
The two teams, desperate for victory, fought fiercely from the first set.
It led to a tense atmosphere until 23-23 without either side taking the initiative.
In the end, Hyundai Capital, which maintained its concentration until the end, succeeded in suppressing the initiative.
Woori Card Agamez’s serve fell over the end line, and Na Kyung-bok’s quick open attack also missed the court.
In the second set, when Hyundai Capital ran away, Woori Card followed. 토토사이트
However, at an important moment, Woori Card made a mistake and failed to save momentum.
Hyundai Capital widened the score gap with Heo Soo-bong’s block-out attack and Oreol Camejo’s open after the opponent’s offense was broken in 19-20.
Afterwards, the set ended with Na Gyeong-bok’s attack and Heo Soo-bong’s back attack crossing.
Hyundai Capital broke Woori Card’s will to pursue by scoring 6 consecutive goals in the 3rd set 17-17.
Park Sang-ha scored a quick break, and setter Kim Myeong-gwan raised the mood with two consecutive sub-aces.
Afterwards, following Heo Soo-bong’s blocking, Kim Seon-ho’s back attack and Jeon Kwang-in’s blocking burst in succession.
On this day, at Hyundai Capital, Heo Soo-bong flew with 17 points, supported by Jeon Kwang-in (11 points) and Oreoll (10 points).
For Woori Card, Agamez and Kim Ji-han (11 points each) scored double digits, but could not save the team.