Setter Han Seon-seon (38), who leads men’s professional volleyball Korean Air, expressed his determination to prepare for the 3rd game without being vigilant even after winning 2 consecutive victories in the championship match.
Korean Air scored a set score of 3-0 (25-20 25-22 25-22) in the home game of the 2nd leg of the Dodram 2022-23 season V-League men’s championship match (3 out of 5 matches) against Hyundai Capital held at Gyeyang Gymnasium in Incheon on the 1st. won with
With this, Korean Air occupied an advantageous position for victory. So far, the teams that have won both the first and second games in the championship match have reached the championship in all 8 out of 8 times.
However, player Han was not satisfied with the favorable result.
When asked about his impressions of the match, he calmly looked back on the game, saying, “It feels good to win, but looking at the game (content) alone, there were many mistakes and regrets in the movement.”
He continued, “I will never be vigilant. (It will be over if I win the 3rd match), but I will prepare with the mindset that there are more matches,” he cautioned against pride. 메이저놀이터
On the other hand, at the end of the 3rd set, which was a close match, one player sent the ball to Lincoln Williams (registered name) three times in a row, raising the number of wins.
Lincoln’s attack was blocked earlier, so it was a more difficult challenge, but the result of this choice was a perfect success. Lincoln scored points with strength in the match, and the atmosphere passed to Korean Air.
Han Seon-soo explained the situation at the time, saying, “I saw that the opponent’s block had moved. But he put it up with the mindset of ‘penetrate unconditionally’ to Lincoln.”
Now, the Korean Air team, including Han, will move to the Yu Gwan-sun Gymnasium in Cheonan on the 3rd to play the 3rd match.
Unlike the previous two games, the atmosphere is bound to be different as it is held at Hyundai Capital’s home stadium. In particular, Hyundai Capital had a great effect with enthusiastic support in the playoff home game against Korea Electric Power Corporation.
But one player didn’t care. He said, “I’m not worried about the away atmosphere. Our performance in Cheonan was rather better,” he promised to win.