GS Caltex drove IBK Industrial Bank to a 4-game losing streak, laying the groundwork for a leap forward.
GS Caltex defeated IBK Industrial Bank with a set score of 3-0 (25-20 25-21 25-17) in the Dodram 2022-23 V-League home game held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Jung-gu, Seoul on the 13th.
4th place GS Caltex (10 wins 11 losses, 31 points), with two consecutive victories, closely followed Korea Expressway Corporation (11 wins, 9 losses, 32 points) in 3rd place.
Industrial Bank of Korea (7 wins, 14 losses, 22 points), which suffered 4 consecutive losses, was still in 6th place.
At GS Caltex, Kang So-hui led the attack with 16 points and Leticia Moma Basoko with 18 points each.
At IBK Industrial Bank, Kim Hee-jin scored 16 points and Santana scored 10 points, but he could not prevent the team from losing. Libero Shin Yeon-kyung was largely at fault for not being able to adequately fill the spot he lost due to injury. 토토사이트
GS Caltex, who won the first set after a close match, failed to overwhelm the opponent in the second set, but at the end of the set, Moon Ji-yoon and Kang So-hui’s attacks hit the mark and seized the victory.
The third set was also the stage of GS Caltex. In a situation where Kang So-hui was being chased by 17-15, he scored consecutively and broke the opponent’s morale.
IBK Industrial Bank countered with Kim Hyeon-jung’s speedy attack, but GS Caltex did not allow further pursuit and achieved a smooth shutout victory.
Meanwhile, in the men’s match held in Suwon, KEPCO defeated OK Financial Group 3-0 (25-19 25-13 25-22).
5th place KEPCO (8 wins, 13 losses, 26 points), which succeeded in 2 consecutive wins after 9 losses in a row, pursued the 4th place Woori Card (11 wins, 9 losses, 30 points). OK Financial Group (11 wins, 10 losses, 33 points) stayed in third place.
KEPCO’s foreign player Tais Duhl Host scored 22 points, including two sub-aces and three blocking points. In particular, Thais has shown great strength by recording more than 20 points in the last 8 consecutive games.
OK Financial Group’s foreign player Leonardo Leyva struggled with 19 points (41.67% attack success rate), but the team lost.
KEPCO turned the atmosphere around by overturning the first set, which had been drawn 10-16, and won the second set perfectly by 12 points.
In the third set, they were drawn 6-8, but with Thais’ consecutive goals and Seo Jae-deok’s blocking goal, they succeeded in reversing the game and completed a shutout victory without losing the lead.