Korean Air, who suffered a shutout loss, got revenge at home

 Full lineup with the return of the main setter Han… Korean Air, which produced a different result from

3 days ago 3 days ago, Korean Air, the leader who suffered a shutout loss for the first time this season, shook off regret at home.

On the afternoon of the 4th, Korean Air won a complete victory with a set score of 3-0 (25-16, 25-17, 25-16) against OK Financial Group in the 4th round of the Dodram 2022-2023 V-League Men’s Division held at Gyeyang Gymnasium in Incheon. Added a dot. The two teams, who reunited on the 3rd after the 3rd round confrontation in Ansan on the 1st, accepted conflicting results.

While setter Han, who had been absent for a while due to a confirmed corona19 diagnosis, played a comeback match, Korean Air did not lose focus throughout the game. On the other hand, OK Financial Group collapsed without being able to use its strength even in the struggle of apologetic spiker Leonardo Leyva Martinez (registered name Leo).

Korean Air, which was overwhelming throughout the game,

took a 9-6 lead in the first set, but quickly widened the gap to 6 points with 3 points in a row. In particular, OK Financial Group’s receive line began to shake as middle blocker Kim Min-jae scored one after another in 10-6.

When Leo’s serve was taken in 17-13, Korean Air had some room to spare and called Lim Dong-hyuk and Han in the warm-up zone instead of starting apologetic spiker Lincoln Williams and setter Kwang-Woo Yoo. At the same time as the players’ stamina arrangement, one player, who had been playing for a long time, regained his sense of the actual game, and the first set was finished without any reversal.

The atmosphere continued in the second set as well. When Korean Air ran away 6-2, OK Financial Group coach Seok Jin-wook tried to cut off the flow with a timeout, but it didn’t have much effect. In particular, at the beginning of the second set, outside heater Shin Ho-jin, middle blocker Park Won-bin, and Leo’s successive sub-committee broke their will to pursue.

Korean Air, who took the first and second sets, overpowered the opponent in the third set as well. In particular, at 5-3, Lincoln’s open attack and Jeong Ji-seok’s consecutive serves scored a wedge in the victory. Once to an empty area of ​​the opponent’s court, and another time to confuse the opponent with a strong serve.

Korean Air, who reached the 20-point mark first, ended the game by taking the 3rd set. It was a one-sided match that ended in an hour and 20 minutes안전놀이터. OK Financial Group, where key players such as Leo and Park Seung-soo ‘destroyed themselves’, failed to find a breakthrough despite using bench members.

‘Complete’ Korean Air, now challenging to solidify No. 1

Korean Air, the only team this season to be inferior to OK Financial Group in their opponents, not only gained points but also regained confidence with the victory. In particular, Korean Air, which became a ‘complete group’ again with the return of one player, showed off its performance without gaps.

The player who scored the most points across both teams was outside heater Jung Ji-seok. With 17 points, including four serve points, the attack success rate reached a whopping 75%. Lincoln (14 points, 63.64% attack success rate), who did his part, also contributed to the team’s victory. Middle blockers Kim Kyu-min (7 points) and Kim Min-jae (6 points) also appeared and scored whenever the team needed them.

Even in the team record, Korean Air had an advantage over OK Financial Group in all aspects. The number of blocking was 8 and 1, respectively, and the number of rooms was 15 and 24, respectively. Korean Air (69.81%) was far ahead of OK Financial Group (40.85%) in the team attack success rate.

Korean Air (47 points), which has widened the gap with second place Hyundai Capital (36 points), is also aiming to consolidate the lead. The two teams will face off at home on the afternoon of the 7th, and if Korean Air defeats Hyundai Capital again on this day, the gap between them will widen.

In the 1st to 3rd rounds of this season, Korean Air never missed a victory. There was no match that went to a full set match. Attention is focusing on whether Korean Air’s ‘high flight’ will continue when it meets Hyundai Capital.