‘Lim Dong-hyuk’s big success’ Korean Air wins the first leg of the Asian Club Championship

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 Korean Air, the winning team in men’s professional volleyball, won the first game of the 2023 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship.

On the 14th (local time), Korean Air defeated Canberra Heat, the champion of the Australian Volleyball League last year, 3-0 (25-11 25-21 25-12) in the first match of Group A of the tournament held at Isa Sports City Stadium in Manama, Bahrain. did.

For Korean Air, Han Seon-su, Lincoln Williams, and Kim Kyu-min did not participate in the tournament, but Lim Dong-hyeok scored 13 points, Lee Jun and Jeong Han-yong 12 points and 9 points, respectively, to lead the victory.

Korean Air, which started the first set excluding Han and Kim Kyu-min, who did not participate in the tournament, and key players Jung Ji-seok and Kwak Seung-seok, took the lead with Lim Dong-hyuk토토사이트 and Jeong Han-yong. Thanks to the skillful toss from setter Kwang-Woo Yoo, middle blockers Jin Ji-wi and Min-Jae Kim also succeeded.

As Canberra’s mistakes increased, the score widened to 18-8. Second-year setter Jeong Jin-hyeok, who replaced Yoo Kwang-woo, also played smartly and finished the first set 25-11.

The second set was tight until the end, with both teams shaking in receiving. In the 18-18 tie, Jeong Han-yong scored with a clever parry. Then, Kwang-Woo Yoo’s back toss was followed by Dong-Hyeok Lim’s strong hit to take the lead.

It was Lim Dong-hyuk’s time at the end of the second set. Lim Dong-hyuk broke the momentum of the opponent by scoring consecutively from the right flank. Then, the second set was finished with a movement time difference attack.

Even in the third set, Lim Dong-hyuk’s attack was powerful. Here, Minjae Kim and Hanyong Jeong added points. As the score gap widened, Korean Air won the victory by managing the game with ease, such as debuting rookie Libero Kang Seung-il.

On the 15th, Korea will play its home team Al Ahli of Bahrain in the second round of Group A. A total of 16 teams participated in this tournament, divided into 4 groups of 4 teams, with only the top 2 teams advancing to the second group stage.


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