Hyundai Capital Defeats Korea Electric Power Corporation

Men’s volleyball: Hyundai Capital defeats Korea Electric Power Corporation and hopes for ‘spring volleyball’

Hyundai Capital won the first game of the 6th round,

which determines the team to advance to ‘Spring Volleyball’,

and heated up the competition to participate in the postseason.

The Hyundai Capital defeated KEPCO with a set score of 3-0 (25-19 26-24 25-12) in the Dodram 2023-2024 V-League men’s visiting game held at Suwon Gymnasium in Gyeonggi-do on the 24th. 카지노사이트

Hyundai Capital, which accumulated 14 wins, 17 losses and 44 points in the season, remained in 6th place,

but narrowed the gap with 3rd place KEPCO (47 points, 16 wins and 15 losses) to 3 points and started to overturn the rankings.

Hyundai Capital

In the V-League, the first-place team in the regular league advances directly to the championship game,

and the second- and third-place teams clash in the playoffs.

If the 3rd and 4th place rankings are separated by less than 3 points,

the two teams will play a semi-playoff match to determine who will advance to the playoffs.

Libyan striker Ahmed Ikhbairi (registered name: Ahmed) led Hyundai Capital to a complete victory with an explosive attack.

Ahmed, who took the lead in the first set with 9 pure points,

showed off as a ‘solver’ in the second set, which decided the winner or loser.

Hyundai Capital was trailing 12-19, but caught up by one point due to a touch net error by KEPCO foreign striker Thais Dullhorst (registered name Thais),

and then started to chase after Ahmed’s high-altitude strike.


Hyundai Capital reduced the gap to 16-19 thanks to Ahmed’s solo blocking,

middle blocking, and Choi Min-ho’s quick attack, but thanks to Ahmed’s amazing open slam,

which jumped almost from the spot, crossed KEPCO’s blocking, and landed at the end of the court, 19-20, under the chin. I followed along.

Afterwards, the winner of the fierce battle was Hyundai Capital.

Ahmed roared by scoring his 11th point in the second set with a cool back attack at the 25-24 set point.

Unlike KEPCO, which failed to maintain a 7-point advantage in the second set,

Hyundai Capital ran away to a 10-4 lead in the early third set and ended the game without giving the opponent a chance.

Hyundai Capital finished this season with an advantage of 4 wins and 2 losses against Korea Electric Power Corporation.

Ahmed contributed 26 points, including 6 blocks, to the victory.

KEPCO lost control of the game when main gun Thais was out of the game in the middle of the second set due to poor condition due to shoulder pain.

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