Heungkuk Life Insurance continued to fall. Kim Yeon-kyung (32) ended the first round with a five-match victory while watching the effect of recruiting. It is the momentum of being a candidate for the championship.
Heungkuk Life Insurance completely defeated IBK IBK with a set score of 3-0 (25-22 25-19 25-16) at the Dodram V-League Women’s Home Games in Professional Volleyball 2020-2021 held at Incheon Gyeyang Gymnasium on the 7th. With this, Heungkuk Life ended the first round with 5 matches and maintained the sole lead in the women’s division. On the other hand, IBK recorded 2 wins and 2 losses.
Kim Yeon-kyung and Lee Jae-young, two double guns, showed their power. Kim Young-kyung scored the most 19 points (a success rate of 46.87%) of both teams, and Lee Jae-young supported firepower with 16 points. IBK’s foreign player Lazareva showed an equal appearance with 15 points, but the limitations were clear.
At the beginning of the first set, the atmosphere was toward IBK. Setter Cho Song-hwa diversified the attack route through the even distribution of balls. Although they overcame the steamship ahead of 9-6, the potential of Heungkuk Life was great. They fell from 6-9 and scored 5 points, turning the game over to 11-9. In the middle of the set, the attack was exchanged and a fierce battle continued. Heungkuk Life Insurance won the first set with the addition of foreign player Lucia’s attack.
The second set was Kim Yeon-kyung’s solo stage. He scored 5 points in a row from 16-11 and hit the wedge. In the 3rd set, Heungkuk Life Insurance finished the game easily by scoring at the right place, with Lee Jae-young and Kim Mi-yeon, centering on Kim Young-kyung.
Meanwhile, in the men’s game held at the Uijeongbu Gymnasium, the home team’s KB Insurance won Hyundai Capital with a set score of 3-2 (31-29 15-25 25-19 20-25 19-17) and won five consecutive victories. Foreign player Keita held a one-man show in which he was responsible for 40 points alone. In Hyundai Capital, foreign player Daudi played a battle with 34 points, but unfortunately kneeled.
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