KEPCO Big Storm ran a 4-game winning streak.

KEPCO won with a set score of 3 to 1 (20-25, 25-22, 25-21, 25-23) in the 5th round of the Dodram 2022-2023 V-League Men’s Division Hyundai Capital held at the Suwon Indoor Gymnasium on the 5th. . KEPCO earned 3 points while winning 4 consecutive wins and rose to 4th place with 12-14 losses and 38 points, surpassing OK Financial Group (12-14 losses and 37 points). 2nd place Hyundai Capital suffered 10 losses in the season (16 wins, 49 points).

KEPCO, which recharged its confidence by capturing the leading Korean Air on the 2nd, continued its atmosphere against Hyundai Capital, which ranked second.

In particular, 2,374 people visited the Suwon Indoor Gymnasium that day, recording the highest number of spectators for the season. KEPCO perfectly reciprocated the support by capturing the first win against Hyundai Capital this season on the home court.

The jinx, which was weak in the first set, continued. In 11-12, KEPCO caught Shin Young-seok’s serve, followed by Seo Jae-deok’s quick open, which was blocked by Oreol. This was followed by Choi Min-ho’s blocking, and Hyundai Capital was perfectly in the mood. In the end, the first set was owned by Hyundai Capital. 스포츠토토

KEPCO’s counterattack began in the second set. As the defense stabilized, the offense went smoothly. In the midst of a tight match, the concentration in the second half shone. Shin Young-seok and Seo Jae-deok scored in 18-17. On 23-21, KEPCO, which was perfectly flown with Thais’ back attack, ended the second set with Seo Jae-deok’s open attack.

In the third set, KEPCO, which changed the atmosphere, took the victory using the super dig of Jang Ji-won as a springboard. In 18-19, Thais put in consecutive serve aces, and later, during Oreol’s open attack, Jang Ji-won’s super dig blocked the point. Then, Thais finished off with a back attack and cut off the flow of Hyundai Capital. In 24-21, KEPCO took the victory in the third set with Seo Jae-deok’s serve ace.

In the 4th set, Hyundai Capital took a 6-1 lead with Choi Min-ho and Oreol blocking. Korea Electric Power Co. started immediately. While the opponent hesitated due to an error, Tais’ scoring streak continued. In the end, KEPCO, which succeeded in reversing 9-8, rode the trend with Shin Young-seok’s serve scoring in a two-point lead situation. KEPCO hit the 20-point high first with a score of 20-16 due to Hyundai Capital’s double contact. Choi Min-ho and Kim Myeong-gwan’s blocking narrowed the gap to one point, but KEPCO, which took a 24-22 lead with Thais’ goal, took the victory by stepping on the 25-point high with the opponent’s sub room.

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