Korean women’s volleyball, defeated by the United States… 3 consecutive 0-3 losses in VNL
The Korean women’s volleyball team suffered three consecutive losses in the 2023 International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Volleyball Nations League (VNL) without winning a set.먹튀검증
The women’s volleyball team (ranked 25th in the world), led by coach Cesar Gonzalez, defeated the United States (ranked 4th) with a set score of 0-0 in the 3rd round of the 1st week of the VNL, which ended at the Antalya Sports Hall in Antalya, Turkey on the morning of the 4th (Korean time). 3 (16-25 25-27 11-25).
Korea failed to win a set in Turkey and Canada, followed by the United States.
The national team also struggled against the United States, which lacked key players, but also confirmed small achievements that their performance was gradually improving.
Korea will play the last game of the first week against Thailand on the 4th at 8:00 pm at the same place.
Thanks to consecutive scoring at the end of the 1st set, Korea played an equal game with the US at 11-12 in terms of points obtained from attacks, but was pushed back from blocking (1-6) until the middle, and left 7 offenses, 3 more than the US, and set gave away
The winner was the 2nd set.
While the U.S.’s serve-receive and defense faltered, Korea widened its score in the early stages with Jeong Ho-young’s (KGC Ginseng Corp.) quick attack, Mun Ji-yoon’s (GS Caltex) touch-out, and Pyo Seung-joo’s (IBK Industrial Bank of Korea’s) clever multi-hit attack.
Kim Mi-yeon (Heungkuk Life Insurance)’s interception goal and setter Kim Da-in (Hyundai E&C)’s double-pass feint scored a catch and ran away 22-15, and seemed to finally win the first set in this tournament.
However, the US terrifyingly caught up with Korea with high RBI attacks and blocking.
Kang So-hui (GS Caltex)’s quick attack was blocked, making it 23-23, and both teams entered a deuce battle.
The U.S. occupied 26-25 set points with a high-flying attack, and then blocked Park Eun-jin’s (KGC Ginseng Corporation)’s right fast attack with a block to take the 2nd set.
Korea made a good lead by chasing 7-10 at the beginning of the 3rd set, but was blocked by blocking and allowed quick open attacks and serve aces, falling to 7-14 and raising the white flag.
Korea was pushed unilaterally by 3-15 in blocking and 0-5 in sub ace.
Pyo Seung-ju scored 11 points, and Jung Ho-young and Kim Mi-yeon contributed 7 points each.