Korean Air ‘one win’ away from fourth consecutive title

Korean Air is one win away from winning its fourth consecutive men’s professional volleyball title (regular season title and championship).

Korean Air swept OK Financial Group 3-0 (25-21, 25-21, 29-27) in the best-of-five championship match of the Dodram 2023-2024 Season V Men’s League at Gyeyang Gymnasium in Incheon, South Korea, on Wednesday.

After taking Games 1 and 2, Korean Air is now just one win away from winning the overall title for the fourth consecutive year.

In the 18 championships held up to last year, the team that won the first and second games has gone on to win the title without exception.


Korean Air finished first in the regular season with one point as Woori Card lost its final game of the regular season.

OK Financial Group, 카지노사이트 on the other hand, was on the verge of leaving the championship without a single win in eight years.

Korean Air dominated the first set, led by “championship mercenary” Maxim Zygarov (real name Maxim), who scored eight points (77.78% attack success rate).

Korean Air extended the lead at 13-12 with a quick open from Kwak Seung-seok and a service ace from Maksim, and at 16-14 with a staggered attack from Lim Dong-hyuk, an opponent attack out, and a block from Jeong Ji-seok.

With a receiving efficiency of 21.05%, OK Financial Group was unable to gain a foothold and dropped the first set.

In the second set, OK Financial Group failed to improve their receiving line and their efficiency dropped to 13.04%. This led to a low attack success rate (39.29%).

Korean Air’s Maksim continued his dominance with six kills (50.00%), while Lim Dong-hyuk, who came on at 13-12, accounted for all of his team’s kills (four) before being replaced at 17-17.

At 21-20,

Korean Air led by a point, but Leonardo Leyva Martinez’s (real name Leo) back attack went off the court and his retry was blocked by Kwak Seung-seok.

Korean Air closed out the second set with a quick open from Maksim and a block from Kim Gyu-min after giving up a point.

OK Financial Group turned the tide in the third set by effectively defending Maksim. They managed four blocks against Maksim alone.

Korean Air’s third-set deficit deepened as Maksim’s two quick opens at 19-20 both fell outside the court.

Kwak Seung-seok stemmed the tide with a quick opener, and on the ensuing attack, he tossed the ball perfectly to Jung Ji-seok, who tied the score with an open score.

After a one-point lead, neither team could get within 25 points.

Maksim tied the score at 26-27 with a back attack, and setter Han saved match point with an exquisite diagonal serve.

Middle blocker Kim Min-jae blocked a back attack from opposite hitter Leo to end the match.

Korean Air’s top performers on the day were Maksim (19 points), Kwak Seung-seok (11 points), Jeong Jung-seok (10 points), 메이저사이트 and Lim Dong-hyuk (9 points).

Kwak Seung-seok and Kim Min-jae were especially instrumental in the third set, when Maksim was blocked, contributing five and four points, respectively (over 100 percent offensive success rate).

OK Financial Group was led by Leo (22 points), but lacked support from other players such as Bassu Bayarsaihan (registered name Bayarsaihan – 7 points) and Song Hee-chae (5 points).

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