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PGE Skra Bełchatów’s wrath.  not finished yet

PGE Skra Bełchatów’s wrath. not finished yet

There will be a third match for promotion to the PlusLiga semi-finals. PGE Skra Bełchatów Indykpol paid AZS Olsztyn for the defeat he had suffered in his own hall. The confrontation in Iowa ended with a score of 3: 0 in favor of the candidate.

Sebastian Szczekowski

PGE Skra Bełchatów volleyball players

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After the first game in the PlusLiga quarter-final, things turned out to be fun. Indykpol AZS Olsztyn won for the first time since 2018 in Bełchatów. After the first missed set, he took control of events, and Sukra was unable to respond to them. After the 3:1 victory, the hosts of the rematch attempted to close the series in Iława. Spark had to save herself from withdrawing from the battle for the Polish championship.

The teams started the rematch with the same sixes. The academics looked charged with energy, and Sakura tried to counter it with a force of calm. Bełchatów’s team took the lead 8:5, losing in one position. However, Spark could not be alarmed, and its biggest advantage was the service. The better team of the regular season accepted quietly, closing the group with an attack in 25:21 from Mateusz Piecic from the middle.

Thus, the match began in the same manner as the match in Bełchatów – Skra was ahead after the first set and the question was whether she would maintain a high level in the game this time. Milad Abadibor and Matthews Pinnick shot with strong positions, and Indykpol AZS made many mistakes in this element. Additionally, Karol Butryn and Torey DeFalco had a performance problem with uncomfortable balls. Sakra was leading 16:8, and by the end of the group she left at 25:13.

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In the third set, there was an uproar in the stands in Iowa. Indykpol AZS jumped into the fight and turned the score 2:6 into 10:7, mainly in Taylor Averill’s services. The hosts showed their claws and the stadium became tense. Numerous situations sparked feelings and discussions. Spark survived this, and the last action won Abadipur’s birth attack after the gruesome admission of Grzegorz Łomacz.

Indykpol AZS Olsztyn – PGE Skra Bełchatów 0:3 (21:25, 13:25, 23:25)

Competition condition: 1:1.

AZS: Firlej, Andringa, DeFalco, Poręba, Averill, Butryn, Gruszczyński (Libero), Król, Siwczyk, Jakubiszak, Bakiri, Ciunajtis (Libero)

spark: Łomacz, Ebadipour, Kooy, Kłos, Bieniek, Atanasijević, Bechocki (Libero), Sawicki and Schulz

best player: Alexander Atanasijevich (Skra)

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