The perfect match of the ace of Hyundai Capital’s opposing team, who laughed even in Park Sang-ha’s absence, led to a good result. Hyundai Capital won the last game of the 4th round.
Hyundai Capital won a complete victory with a set score of 3-0 (25-20, 25-20, 25-20) in the match against OK Financial Group in the 4th round of the Dodram 2022-2023 V-League Men’s Division held at Sangnoksu Gymnasium in Ansan, Gyeonggi-do on the afternoon of the 26th. all. Hyundai Capital, who broke a two-game losing streak, finished the fourth round with 3 wins and 3 losses.
As expected, the player holding the key to the match was OK Financial Group’s Leonardo Leyva Martinez (registered name Leo). This is because it was highly likely that the win or loss of the two teams would be decided by his performance. As a result, Hyundai Capital, who stopped Leo, laughed, and OK Financial Group could not win a single set in the frustrating flow.
that the gap between the two teams, who played a tight battle until the middle of the first set, widened. After a long rally, Hyundai Capital, who took the lead with Oreol’s open attack, ran away with a 3-point lead thanks to Heo Soo-bong’s consecutive serve aces. At 24-20, Cha Ji-hwan’s offense came out, and the first set ended without further pursuit.
At the beginning of the second set, a strange situation was created. Hyundai Capital, who was leading 4-3, requested a timeout from the bench. Coach Tae-Woong Choi, who did not deliver a message to the players during this time, gave assistant referee Kang Joo-Hee a posture as if the advertisements on the floor were not properly attached.
Unfortunately, right after the timeout, Leo’s serve was caught in the net, and Leo made a series of mistakes in the 5-3, making the score 7-3. Hyundai Capital, which raised the atmosphere to the fullest by succeeding in the rearguard attack by Jeon Kwang-in, shook off the opponent’s pursuit and kept the lead until the end.
When Leo, who had a bad flow in the previous two sets, made a mistake in the process of attempting a back attack in the beginning of the third set, manager Seok Jin-wook called Leo to the warm-up zone. I rested until it was 15-15. OK Financial Group, which ran the game without foreign players, took a narrow lead.
But there was no reverse. Lee Si-woo, who was replaced in 19-18, used a strong serve, and OK Financial Group’s receiving line was shaken. At 20-18, he even recorded a sub ace. In the end, Hyundai Capital, who seized the victory, concluded the game with Jeon Kwang-in’s sub ace at 24-20.
On this day, Hyundai Capital had an advantage over OK Financial Group in all records. It was an overwhelming match in terms of sub aces (6 Hyundai Capital, 2 OK Financial Group), blocking (6 Hyundai Capital, 2 OK Financial Group), and attack success rate (Hyundai Capital 50%, OK Financial Group 41.56%). . In particular, OK Financial Group was virtually ‘self-destructed’ to the extent that it had 20 sub rooms. The performance of Leo (6 points, 23.08% attack success rate), who was trusted by the team, was also lower than expected.
The main character with the most points was Oreol Camejo (registered name Oreol). He had an offensive success rate of over 50% (53.33%) while scoring 18 points. In addition, Heo Soo-bong (8 points, 40% attack success rate), who played as a middle blocker in place of Park Sang-ha, who was missing due to a finger injury, also performed well. 안전놀이터
Hong Dong-seon (5 points) was put in place of the apogee spiker, which should have been Heo Soo-bong’s role. Compared to other players, he didn’t score a lot, but he made the atmosphere lively with his unique fighting play.
Second place Hyundai Capital (15-9, 46 points), which narrowed the gap with leader Korean Air (19-5, 55 points) by 9 points, also increased the distance to 3rd place Woori Card (14-10, 38 points). opened up He sighed before entering the fifth round.
Hyundai Capital, which marks second place, is likely to head for spring volleyball, but their final goal is to ‘recapture the championship trophy’. In order to see a ‘happy ending’, you have to review the regrettable points in the 1st to 4th rounds, such as Jeon Kwang-in’s ups and downs and Oreoll’s uneasy receiving.