22. 02. 2020

TUR W: Aydın put Eczacıbaşı to test, Fenerbahçe return to winning path

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Eczacıbaşı VitrA are the provisional leaders of the 2019/20 Turkish Women’s Volleyball Championship regular season.


Eczacıbaşı VitrA’s huge winning streak was at stake in Round 18 of the 2019/20 Vestel Venus Sultanlar Ligi regular season. The sixth-placed Aydın Büyükşehir Belediyesi put the “Tigers“ to a difficult test. The home side took the opening set and breathed down the rival’s neck in the continuation of the match was unable to prevail. Eczacıbaşı recorded 11th victory in a row in all competitions, seventh in a row in the league for which they can mostly thank Serbian opposite hitter Tijana Bošković (33 points). Slovenian Saša Planinšec scored 15 points for Aydın, including 6 kill blocks. The team coached by the Brazilian expert Marco Aurélio Motta took over the provision leadership from VakıfBank.

Fenerbahçe Opet returned to the winning path after suffering two consecutive defeats. They swept Beylikdüzü Voleybol İhtisas at home and kept some kind of chance of reaching the top spot in the regular season.

2019/20 Vestel Venus Sultanlar Ligi regular season – Round 18 (today’s results)





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