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Samsung Fire rode the firepower of wing attackers Kim Jung-ho, Shin Shin-ho and Park Sung-jin to a second straight win over Hyundai Capital to qualify for the professional volleyball cup Samsung Fire swept Hyundai Capital 3-0 (25-17 25-17 25-19) in straight sets in the second qualifying match of the Men’s Group B of the 2023 Gumi Dodram Cup Professional Volleyball Competition (the Cup) at Park Jung-hee Gymnasium in Gumi, Gyeong sangbuk-do, on 9 September Samsung Fire recorded a high team attack success rate of 57.33 per cent. This was 18.05 percentage points higher than Hyundai Capital’s 39.28 per cent attack success rate Samsung Fire’s three wing players were able to break through the Hyundai Capital blocking wall by actively trying to attack the pipe (behind the centre) Kim Jung-ho (16 points – 60.00% attack success rate), Shin Shin-ho (15 points – 63.16%), and Park Sung-jin (13 points – 60.00%) all had an accuracy rate of over 60%Samsung Fire took a step forward in the first set, 15-14, with an unforced error on Lee Siu’s serve, and then widened the gap with an open score from Shin Shin-hoShin then blocked a quick opener from Hyundai Capital’s Lee Seung-jun An attack error by Lee Seung-jun and a follow-up attack point by Park Sung-jin gave Samsung Fire a 20-14 lead and the first set win In the second 온라인카지노 set, Shin Shin-ho scored an open attack at 3-2 and Park Sung-jin blocked a quick open from Ham Hyung-jin to take the lead and end the set without relinquishing it Hyundai Capital tried to fight back by starting setter Lee Hyun-seung, wing attacker Kim Sun-ho and Hong Dong-sun in the third set after returning from the Chengdu Summer World University Games However, they were unable to break Samsung Fire’s momentumIt was Kim Jung-ho who stepped up to the plate in the third set He scored a quick opener at 12-12 to break the balance and then blocked Hong Dong-sun’s follow-up attack to end Hyundai Capital’s chances of catching up In the ensuing rally, Kim scored with an open attack and blocked a fast break by Jung Tae-sun Four consecutive points from Kim Jung-ho and an open attack from Kim Jun-woo gave Samsung Fire a 17-12 lead and effectively ended the game Hyundai Capital was unable to make up for the absence of Jeon Kwang-in and Heo Su-bong, who joined the national team training, and Choi Min-ho, who is rehabilitating, and suffered its second straight loss, putting it in danger of being eliminated from qualification.

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