Обсуждение участника:'Tradition master' Samsung Fire clear, 'tradition foe' Hyundai Capital cloudy

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Samsung Fire players celebrate after defeating Korea Electric Power.

The 'masters of tradition' avenged last year's cup semifinal loss to KEPCO.

Samsung Fire came from behind to defeat KEPCO 3-1 (22-25, 25-12, 25-19, 25-8) in the first match of the men's Group B of the 2023 Gumi Dodram Cup Professional Volleyball Tournament at Park Jung-hee Gymnasium in Gumi, Gyeongbuk, on Sunday.

At the 2022 Suncheon Dodram Cup, Samsung Fire won all three of its group matches and reached the semifinals as Group B's top seed, but had to settle for a 0-3 loss to Group A runner-up KEPCO to punch its ticket to the final.

Samsung Fire's Park Sung-jin (left) and Kim Jung-ho.

For Samsung Fire, outside hitter Park Sung-jin (right) (23) led the offense with a team-high 18 points, while outside hitter Kim Jung-ho (left) (26) added 14 points.

KEPCO, on the other hand, had to accept defeat after 1 hour and 47 minutes as outside hitters Gong Jae-hak (32) and Seo Jae-duk (34) left the court with injuries one after the other during the third set.

Park Chul-woo (38), who has been playing as a middle blocker since the second half of last season, added nine points.

Hyundai Capital's Lee Siu sets her serve.

Hyundai Capital, the 'traditional opponent' of the 'master of tradition', was swept 0-3 (23-25, 21-25, 20-24) by Panasonic, who participated as an invitational team in the previous match.

Hyundai Capital will be without Park Kyung-min (24-libero), Jeon Kwang-in (32) and Heo Soo-bong (25-outside hitter), who were selected to the Asian Championship team.

In addition, Choi Min-ho (35) was ruled out due to injury, leaving the team with nine players.

An empty Hyundai Capital Workup Zone.

Hyundai Capital self-destructed on the day, committing 32 errors, 11 more than Panasonic (21).

Panasonic was led by Kunihiro Shimizu (36) and Takahiko Imamura (30) with 13 points apiece.

Shimizu played for Japan until the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, 고스톱 while Imamura was selected in the Korea Volleyball Organization (KOVO) Asia Quarterly Draft.