Korean Air Men’s Professional Volleyball has become the first team in the V-League to win four consecutive titles. The four consecutive titles are unprecedented in the history of the V-League. With this, Korean Air has established an unrivaled “dynasty” by winning the top title from the 2020-2021 season to this season.

Korean Air clinched the title with a 3-2 (27-25, 16-25, 21-25, 25-20, 15-13) victory over OK Financial Group in the third game of the 2023-2024 V-League Men’s Championship at the Ansan Sangroksoo Gymnasium on Sunday. OK Financial Group fought back from the brink, but the team came from behind to win. The team won the best-of-five best-of-three series to win the championship match 3 games to 1, 메이저 토토사이트 and realized its 100 percent chance of winning the title after dropping the first and second games.

Korean Air head coach Tommy Tilikainen said: “We knew it was going to be a tough game today. “We knew it would be a tough match today, but the players themselves were motivated,” said Korean Air head coach Tommy Tilikainen. “This win is not just for me, it’s for the players and everyone who loves us.

Korean Air’s deep bench shined on the day, even if Maksim (13 points), the “championship hitter” brought in for spring volleyball, struggled. Homegrown players such as Jeong Jung-seok (18 points), Lim Dong-hyuk (18 points), and Jeong Jeong-yong (10 points) stepped up to lead the way. Jeong was named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the championship after receiving 22 of the 31 votes from the journalists.

OK Financial Group’s ace Leo had a perfect performance on the day, completing the fifth triple crown in the tournament’s history (33 points – 5 kills, 5 blocks, 5 digs), but it was not enough to prevent his team from losing.

In the first set, it was Maksim who saved the day. At 24-24 deuce, Maksim broke away with a powerful back attack to the libero’s body and then scored back-to-back points on the second deuce to take the first set.

Korean Air dropped the second set by nine points after Maksim cut the deficit to one point and forced a third set. Leo’s attack success rate in the third set reached 80 percent, but the Korean Air team fought back in the fourth set. With Leo’s firepower drastically reduced, the Korean Air trio of Lim Dong-hyuk, Jeong Jeong-yong, and Jeong Ji-seok played well and pushed the match to a fifth set.

In the final set, the emotional battle reached its peak, but the victory was ultimately in Korean Air’s favor. After Leo scored three consecutive points, Korean Air regrouped to tie the score at 1-1, and the two teams played a tense seesaw game until the end. Then, a time-challenged attack by Jeong Jeong-yong and a fast break by Kim Min-jae sealed the victory.

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