21. 10. 2018

BRAZILIAN SUPER CUP M: Sesi smash Sada Cruzeiro to lift the trophy!

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Sada Cruzeiro has been dethroned by Sesi SP in the Brazilian men’s Volleyball Super Cup.

 

Marcelo Mendez’s side was making mistakes in the attack and the young Fernando Kreling Cachopa who didn’t perform as expected so he was replaced by Sandro in the middle of the second set.

Sada also played without Taylor Sander, who sat in the stands because of the problems with shoulder, while SESI SP didn’t use Felipe Fonteles, who is recovering from an injury he picked up in the Paulista Championship.

Sesi SP were the dominant side during the whole game. Only in the first, Sada maybe could have been in front of the rival.

Super Cup of Brazil:

Sada Cruzeiro – SESI SP 0-3 (22-25, 19-25, 22-25)

 

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