Acting Lee Kyung-soo, who praised the opponent after a complete defeat, “Hyundai E&C’s defense is very good”

Pepper Savings Bank, the lowest in women’s professional volleyball, tasted the bitter taste of defeat in the first game of the new year in the year of the cat, revealing a power gap with leading Hyundai E&C.

Pepper Savings Bank lost with a set score of 0-3 (12-25 20-25 15-25) in an away game against Hyundai E&C in the 4th round of the Dodram 2022-2023 V-League Women’s Division held at Suwon Gymnasium on the 7th.

Pepper Savings Bank struggled from the first set against Hyundai E&C that day. As the receiving was greatly shaken, the connection to the attack was not smooth, and the flow of the game was completely handed over to Hyundai E&C due to frequent mistakes.

At the beginning of the 2nd set, Hyundai E&C was pushed for a while, but receiving anxiety caught up with it again. The second set receiving efficiency was only 21%, half of Hyundai E&C. Even with Zuponia Reed’s hard fight, the set score was pushed back to 0-2, and she bowed her head with a shutout defeat by giving up to the third set.

On the 31st of last month, after defeating Korea Expressway Corporation and losing 17 consecutive losses, the season’s beast girl could not continue the upward trend. I took enough rest for nearly a week, but it led to a decrease in the sense of the game.

Lee Kyung-soo, acting manager of Pepper Savings Bank, said, “Hyundai E&C’s defense was very good. We lost a lot in the rally fight and lost the flow.” did. 토토

He also said, “After the beginning of the 2nd set, I couldn’t fight. There were many rally situations, but I was pushed back because I couldn’t get a lot of points here.”

In the case of the receive anxiety problem, it is believed that the psychological factor of the players is large. Although he is taking a lot of training, Lee’s idea is that the momentary lack of confidence has an effect.

Acting Lee added, “The mental factor plays a big role in receiving. It’s not easy to win or lose with just one receive,” adding, “The most important thing is to instill confidence in the players.”