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05. 02. 2019

CL W: Eczacibasi's volleyball lesson to the Finnish side, especially in the second set

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Eczacibasi have claimed the spot in the CEV Champions League quarterfinals.

 

The Korean Star Kim Yeon Koung was the most dominant player in a 3-0 win over Hameenlina, scoring 22 points. The head coach Marco Motta has kept a few key players on the bench, giving the opportunity to other players. 

The Finnish side has received a volleyball lesson from the Turkish powerhouse, especially in the second set, since they managed to score only 7 points.

In the same Pool, Dinamo Kazan have defeated Uralochka to stay in the race for the next round. 

Women’s CEV Champions League, round 4:

POOL A:

Vakifbank – Maritza Plovdiv (Wednesday, 16:00 CET)

Beziers – Allianz MTV Stuttgart (Wednesday, 20:00 CET)

Standings: Vakifbank 3-0 (9 points), Stuttgart 2-1 (6 points), Beziers 1-2 (3 points), Maritsa Plovdiv 0-3 (0)

POOL B:

Eczacibasi – Hameenlinna 3-0 (25-17, 25-7, 25-20)

Dinamo Kazan – Uralochka 3-0 (25-19, 25-17, 25-21)

Standings: Eczacibasi 4-0 (12 points), Dinamo Kazan 2-2 (7 points), Uralochka 2-2 (5 points), Hameenlinna 0-4 (0)

POOL C:

Igor Gorgonzola – Minchanka (Thursday, 20:30 CET)

RC Cannes – Budowlani Lodz 20:30 CET

Standings: Novara 3-0 (9 points), Budowlani Lodz 2-1 (6 points), RC Cannes 1-2 (3 points), Minchanka 0-3 (0)

POOL D:

Imoco Conegliano – SSC Schwerin (Wednesday, 20:30 CET)

LKS Commercecon LODZ – Savino Del Bene Scandicci 0-3 (21-25, 22-25, 17-25)

Standings: Scadicci 3-1 (10 points), Imoco Volley 2-1 (5 points), SC Schweriner 1-2 (3 points), LKS Lodz 1-3 (3 points)

POOL F:

Dinamo Moscow – CSM Bucuresti (Wednesday 17:00 CET)

Chemik Police – Fenerbahce (Wednesday, 18:00 CET)

Standings: Fenerbahce 3-0 (9 points), Dinamo Moscow 2-1 (5 points), CSM Bucuresti 1-2 (3 points), Chemik Police 0-3 (1 point)

 

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