Hyundai Capital manager Choi Tae-woong once again expressed resentment over the decision controversy.

Hyundai Capital scored a set score of 2 to 3 (25-19, 24-26, 22-25, 27-25, 12- 15) lost. After a full set match, he unfortunately missed the victory.

They got off to a good start, winning by a large margin from the first set, but were unable to maintain the atmosphere afterwards. In particular, after the controversy over the decision of the Four Hits in the second set, the atmosphere suddenly subsided. 스포츠토토

Here’s the situation. With a score of 23-23, Hyundai Capital’s Heo Soo-bong served, and Korean Air’s Jung Ji-seok and Park Ji-hoon attempted to receive at the same time. In this incident, Hyundai Capital requested a video review claiming Korean Air’s foreclosure.

At first, the reading result came out that Korean Air’s four-hit crime was correct. However, Jeong Ji-seok insisted that the ball did not reach his arm, so a re-reading was conducted. As a result of checking the video again, the referees overturned the decision, saying that it was not a four-hit crime.

Then, coach Choi expressed dissatisfaction with the referees who made hasty decisions during the video review process. He continued, “Didn’t I say that video readings cannot be overturned before? Show me the manual,” he protested fiercely.

It was a reference to the misreading controversy that occurred on the 27th of last month in a match between KB Insurance and Korea Electric Power Corporation.

In the game, the incident occurred when KB Insurance coach Hu In-jeong applied for a video reading of KEPCO’s Park Chan-woo’s net touch. As a result of the reading, when the referees declared Park Chan-woong a no-touch, coach Hu strongly protested. In response, the reading was conducted again to confirm Park Chan-woong’s touch on the net, but the referees did not overturn it because they had already made a decision.

However, in this game, even after the decision was made through video review, it was overturned. Regarding this, coach Choi said, “I said that the reading could not be corrected in the game on the 27th, but today they said it could be done.” pointed out.

On the 28th of last month, coach Choi was ejected from the set while protesting against the referee’s decision in the match against OK Financial Group. He said, “I think I was in a sensitive state because I was sent off in the previous game.”

Regarding the defeat on this day, he confessed, “It’s a pity that the good flow that connected up to the second set was cut off.”

Korean Air setter Han also voiced the controversy over the decision. He raised his voice, saying, “I should have judged it after seeing several screens, but I think it was too hasty.” “I think it is correct that there is a video reading.