OK Finance laughs and cries over Leo’s performance… A rebound is desperately needed￼
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Another complete loss to Korean Air, which we met again in 3 days… Spring volleyball challenge ‘red flag’
Leonardo Leiva Martinez (registered name Leo) was silent. The OK Financial Group’s spring volleyball challenge was also put on hold.
OK Financial Group was completely defeated with a set score of 3-0 (18-25, 17-25, 23-25) in an away game against Korean Air in the 6th round of the Dodram 2022-2023 V-League Men’s Division held at Gyeyang Gymnasium in Incheon on the afternoon of the 25th. The result is the same as the result of the 5th round (22nd).
Home team Korean Air (22 wins, 9 losses, 65 points) won 3 points and regained the lead in one day, while OK Financial Group (14 wins, 17 losses, 41 points) stayed in 5th place. The difference between KEPCO in 4th place (14 wins, 16 losses, 44 points) is still 3 points.
From the beginning of the OK Financial Group game, where there was no solver,
the flow was twisted. The gap that widened in the beginning of the first set did not close until the end. Shin Ho-jin, a ‘rookie’, energized the court by scoring 5 points in the first set alone, but it was not enough. Setter Lee Min-kyu, who played as a starter, was replaced by Kwak Myung-woo in the middle of the first set.
In the second set, it was virtually close to the ‘self-destruction’ of OK Financial Group. In the second set alone, he recorded as many as 12 errors and collapsed without using his strength. Shin Ho-jin, Leo, and Cha Ji-hwan scored only two points each. There was nothing I could do.
OK Financial Group, which was on the verge of a shutout loss, took out a card for Song Myeong-geun instead of Leo in the third set, 11-14, which was being pulled by a 3-point lead. Leo, who had not been released from the attack, was shaking in the defense as well.
Director Seok Jin-wook’s intentions worked, but rather, it seemed to find a breakthrough after Leo fell into the warm-up zone. At 16-19, starting with Shin Shin’s score, he scored three consecutive points to balance it out. In 21-21, Jung Ji-seok’s mistake overturned the game.
But that was it. In 22-22, Korean Air reached the match point by allowing Cho Jae-young to block consecutively. OK Financial Group, which caught up with one point, ended the game with Cha Ji-hwan’s serve falling outside the line in 23-24.
The sluggish performance of domestic players is painful
. On this day, it was Shin Shin-jin (11 points), not Leo, who scored the most points in the team. While recording 8 attack errors, it showed an attack success rate of 61.11%. Considering that he played as a starter in all 1 to 3 sets, his performance exceeded expectations.
Leo (10 points) left a deep regret. Out of eight serves, only one was connected to the serve ace. In the 2nd and 3rd sets, there was no serve ace at all. There were more sub rooms (3). Also, the attack success rate (33.33%) fell short of the season average. 메이저사이트
Even so, you can’t blame Leo for his sluggishness. Throughout the season, he played a significant role in the team’s offense, and as such, the player’s responsibility was great. Conversely, from the standpoint of the team, there were many games where Leo was able to score points because he was good.
In the end, it is safe to say that the high dependence on foreign players, which was considered a potential risk factor for OK Financial Group, is holding back. Without the performance of domestic players such as Cha Ji-hwan and Song Myung-geun, it seems difficult to solve the rest of the season smoothly.
After the KB Insurance match ends on the 3rd of next month, we will have a face-to-face match with the teams competing for third place, including the Woori Card match on the 8th and the KEPCO match on the 12th. OK Financial Group’s chances of advancing to the postseason may increase or it may decrease. It’s time to pour everything in.
Another complete loss to Korean Air, which we met again in 3 days… Spring volleyball challenge ‘red flag’ Leonardo Leiva Martinez (registered name Leo) was silent. The OK Financial Group’s spring volleyball challenge was also put on hold. OK Financial Group was completely defeated with a set score of 3-0 (18-25, 17-25, 23-25) in an away…