23. 12. 2018

BRA M: Felipe Fonteles creates trap for Sada Cruzeiro to end 2018 in a winning way

Source: Photo: superliga.cbv.com.br

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In the last game of 2018 in the Men’s Brazilian Super League, we watched a real volleyball show.

 

SESI hosted Sada Cruzeiro in Sao Paulo and defeated them in five sets 20-25, 27-25, 25-21, 24-26, 15-9.

Felipe Fonteles was one of the best players on the court, receiving the most number of votes at the website of the league for the best player of the game. He got VIVA Volei trophy.

Winning these top-of-the-table clashes is very important for team morale,” says Lipe and adds – “Last game of the year went well for us. Now we need to rest but the physical practice continues so we need to work to develop our game. It’s more like a mental break to spend some time with the family and come back to give 100 percent.”

The top scorer of the game was Felipe Fonteles with 21 points. In Sada Cruzeiro, Taylor Sander ended the game with 21 points, while Rodrigo Leao added 17.

SESC RJ are in the first place with 27 points, Sada Cruzeiro have 26 points while Sesi SP have 24 points. Each of them has the same score -9-2.

 

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