I laughed after 686 days… “I barely won because I was forgiving.”
“It’s really hard to win.”
GS Caltex scored a set score 3-2 (25-22, 19-25, 19-25, 23-25, 15-12) in a home game against Hyundai E&C in the Dodram 2022-2023 V-League Women’s Division held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 20th. won GS Caltex gained 2 points and rose to third place with a season record of 11 wins and 11 losses and 33 points, beating Korea Expressway Corporation (11 wins and 1 loss and 32 points).
In front of Hyundai E&C, it was GS Caltex, which had become particularly small. GS Caltex won the victory over Hyundai E&C in 686 days after March 5, 2021.
With foreign player MoMa missing from the beginning of the 4th set due to an injury, the Korean players performed brilliantly.
Kang So-hui played an active role with 25 points and an attack success rate of 48.89%, and Yoo Seo-yeon played the role of a solver with 12 points including 4 sub points. Han Su-ji also scored 12 points, including 2 points for blocking and 2 points for serving. 메이저놀이터
After the game, Kang So-hui said, “It’s very difficult to beat Hyundai E&C. I managed to win by using dragons. I’m proud that domestic players came together well and won.” I fell for it and made it different and won,” he laughed.
Kang So-hui continued, “Hyundai E&C has high blocking and no gaps. It is an environment where it is difficult for strikers to score.” I think I overcame it.” He smiled.
Yoo Seo-yeon also said, “You shouldn’t judge just by looking at the first set. Hyundai E&C has the power, so I felt that I shouldn’t be vigilant until the end. It feels good to endure and win until the end.”
Kang So-hui also showed a sense of responsibility as a domestic main gun. He said, “I thought that I should hit my mother’s share. Rather, I like hitting, so after Moma was gone, I thought, ‘I can hit more’ and was more excited.”
Yoo Seo-yeon said, “I felt less pressure. However, I thought that I should take responsibility for what came to me and hit me. (Moon) Ji-yoon also has aggression, so I tried to hit only what came to me.”