Coach Shin Young-cheol records the most wins

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Men’s professional volleyball team Woori Card won a thrilling comeback victory over Korean Air and won four consecutive games in the opening game.

Woori Card won the ‘Dodram 2023-2024 V-League’ men’s match against Korean Air with a set score of 3-2 (13-25 32-34 32-30 25-18 17-15) held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 25th. .

As a result, Woori Card recorded 4 consecutive wins (11 points) after the opening, solidifying its lead.

Woori Card coach Shin Young-cheol achieved his 277th regular season win (214 losses), beating former coach Shin Chi-yong (276 wins, 74 losses) and setting the record for the most wins as a V-League coach.

Korean Air, mired in two consecutive losses, has a season record of 1 win and 2 losses (5 points). 

Woori Card’s Matej Kok exploded with 47 points, including 3 serves, and Kim Ji-han contributed 20 points. 

For Korean Air, Lincoln Williams scored 23 points and Kwak Seung-seok scored 17 points, but the team lost. 

Korean Air showed overwhelming performance and took the first set. 

Korean Air, which took an early 9-5 lead, ran away to 17-9 thanks to Kwak Seung-seok’s back attack and Lincoln’s open attack. 먹튀검증사이트

 Afterwards, he scored 3 points in a row to reach the 20-point mark, and finished the set with Lee Soo-hwang’s blocking and Lim Dong-hyuk’s quick open. 

After a fierce battle in the second set, Korean Air smiled. 

They scored three points in a row at 9-9 and maintained the lead until the middle. 

However, they were unable to stop the opponent’s attack and fought back, falling to a 22-24 set point. 

In a crisis, Korean Air completed the deuce with scores from Jeong Han-yong and Lincoln, and then played a seesaw game in which they gave each other 8 points. 

Jeong Han-yong’s open attack made it 33-32, and Woori Card’s Matei’s attack missed to win the set. 

Woori Card took the lead early in the third set and took a 17-15 lead thanks to Matei’s open attack and Kim Ji-han’s back attack. However, Korean Air was allowed to pursue, making it 24-24 deuce. 

Woori Card overcame a critical juncture with the firepower of Matei and Ji-Han Kim at the match point, and at 31-30, Matei launched a back attack to take the set. 

Woori Card, who dominated the 4th set, brought the score back to square one. 

Woori Card, who scored three points in a row at 6-4, ran away to 16-8 in the middle of the set. Afterwards, Matei and Ji-han Kim continued to score points, pushing the game to 5 sets.

 Woori Card opened the 5th set with Matei’s back attack and gained a 10-7 advantage through Park Jin-woo’s blocking and Kim Ji-han’s quick open. 

They were pushed back by Korean Air’s attack and the score was 15-15, but after securing the victory with Matei’s back attack, Taejun Han’s blocking put an end to the game.

Hyundai Engineering & Construction won the women’s match against Korea Expressway Corporation held at Suwon Indoor Stadium with a set score of 3-1 (19-25 25-21 25-23 25-22).

With this victory, Hyundai Engineering & Construction achieved its third win (one loss) and rose to first place by accumulating 10 points. 

At the same time, he won two games in a row.

Korea Expressway Corporation (1 point), which was trying for its first win of the season, fell into the swamp of three consecutive losses in the opening game.

Hyundai Engineering & Construction Yang Hyo-jin played well, scoring 23 points, and Moma Basoko contributed to the victory with 22 points.

Korea Expressway Corporation’s Banya Bukiric and Tanacha Suksot struggled with 25 and 16 points, respectively, but were unable to achieve victory.

Hyundai Engineering & Construction had a 9-7 advantage in blocking scores, and its attack success rate was 42.4%, ahead of Korea Expressway Corporation at 40.5%.

After winning the first set, Korea Expressway Corporation lost the second to fourth sets, putting off its challenge for its first win of the season. 

23 mistakes, 3 more than the opponent, were fatal blows.

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