There was no absolute strength. Last week, professional volleyball was a series of surprises. On one side, the strong teams representing the league knelt down one after another to the bottom-ranked teams, and on the other side, the top-ranking composition, which seemed unchanging, began to shake.
In the women’s division, Hyundai Engineering & Construction and Heungkuk Life Insurance, which are considered the ‘2nd River’, collapsed one after another. It was Hyundai E&C that had a bigger impact안전놀이터 Hyundai E&C lost 2-3 to Pepper Savings Bank in Gwangju on the 10th. 1st place in the league collapsed to 7th place. Hyundai E&C, who went to Gwangju confident of 3 points, became a sacrifice for Pepper Savings Bank’s 3 wins this season. With the absence of foreign players, the entire team was fatigued, and even though the starting Libero Kim Yeon-gyeon was missing, it was still a shock.
Heungkuk Life Insurance, which was aiming for the No. 1 ranking while Hyundai E&C was slowing down, was hit by IBK Industrial Bank in Incheon on the 11th. It was a 1-3 defeat in the home room. In the league ranking, Heungkuk Life Insurance ranked second and Industrial Bank of Korea ranked sixth. Because Hyundai E&C (61 points) lost 2-3 and took 1 point, Heungkuk Life Insurance (60 points), who defeated Hyundai E&C in Suwon on the 7th and tied the score, had to look at Hyundai E&C, which was one step ahead. Hyundai E&C and Heungkuk Life Insurance. It was time to confirm that both teams could collapse.
In the men’s division, Korean Air’s solo performance system, which seemed solid, began to crack. Korean Air has a record of 19 wins and 8 losses this season, and has suffered 4 losses out of 8 losses in recent games. 4 league losses in a row. It was particularly painful to lose to Hyundai Capital in Cheonan on the 10th. With this defeat, Korean Air (56 points) narrowed the gap with Hyundai Capital (52 points) to 4 points. It’s a scary chase. Now I can’t be sure of the top spot in the league.Korean Air now meets with KB Insurance in Incheon on the 14th. KB Insurance is the one who drove the team into a losing streak by inflicting a 0-3 shutout loss to Korean Air in Uijeongbu on the 24th of last month. Korean Air continues to lose with KB Insurance, which is competing for the 4th place in the league for the right to advance to spring volleyball. With both sides desperate for points more than ever, a desperate game is expected to unfold. Meanwhile, the pursuer, Hyundai Capital, will meet Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, which is last in the league, in Daejeon on the 15th.