Men’s Volleyball Korean Air Beats OK Financial Group and Takes the Lead Again

In men’s professional volleyball, Korean Air, which is challenging for the first combined championship in four consecutive seasons (conquering the regular league and championship game), has risen to the lead again.

Korean Air defeated OK Financial Group with a set score of 3-1 (25-18 25-13 21-25 25-23) in the Dodram 2023-2024 V League home game held at Gyeyang Gymnasium in Incheon on the 14th.

Korean Air, which added 3 points to reach 56 points, jumped back to first place, pushing Woori Card, which had played one less game, by 1 point. 온라인카지노

OK Financial Group, ranked 3rd, was tied with 44 points and could not escape the pursuit of Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, Korea Electric Power Corporation, and Hyundai Capital.

Korean Air, which had been on a 3-game winning streak without giving up a set to OK Financial Group this season and then lost 0-3 in the fourth round match last December, broke down OK Financial Group’s receiving with an effective serving strategy that mixed strength and weakness on this day. We won early.

Korean Air overwhelmed OK Financial Group in every aspect, including solid defense, setter Han’s skillful ball distribution, and Lim Dong-hyuk’s one shot, which has as much destructive power as foreign players.

Lim Dong-hyuk, who played as an aposite spiker, was in full swing, scoring 25 points, more than OK Financial Group’s main gun Leonardo Leyva Martinez (registered name Leo, 22 points).

Korean Air easily took the lead in the first set when OK Financial Group collapsed with 9 errors.

He then produced a series of impressive scenes in the second set, securing victory.

When Lim Dong-hyuk roared with a cannonball serve ace at 8-3, middle blocker Kim Gyu-min immediately smiled brightly as he blocked Leo’s open slam.

At 11-5, when Kwak Seung-seok revived Leo’s quick open attack with a dig, Jeong Ji-seok scored, and Kwak Seung-seok followed up with clean serve aces to increase the score to 8 points.

Korean Air lost the 3rd set due to Leo’s counterattack, which scored 11 points, including 3 blocking points, but in the tense 4th set 21-20, Lim Dong-hyuk’s clean back attack score and OK Financial Group’s Cha Ji-hwan’s mistake tied the game up by 2 points, winning the game. Divided.

At Korean Air, four people, including Lim Dong-hyuk, Jeong Ji-seok (16 points), Kwak Seung-seok, and Kim Min-jae (10 points), scored double-digit scores.

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