Ginseng Corporation ended 4 consecutive losses, Pepper Savings opened 14 consecutive losses

Women’s professional volleyball KGC Ginseng Corporation drove Pepper Savings Bank to a 14-game losing streak and broke the chain of 4 consecutive losses.

Ginseng Corporation defeated Pepper Savings Bank with a set score of 3-0 (25-22 25-21 25-12) in the 3rd round away game of the ‘Dodram 2022-23 V-League’ women’s division held at Pepper Stadium in Gwangju on the 14th.

Ginseng Corporation, which has recently been in slump due to four consecutive losses, succeeded in reversing the atmosphere against the lowest-ranking Pepper Savings Bank.

Ginseng Corporation, which secured 16 points (5 wins, 8 losses), remained in 6th place, but narrowed the gap to 1 point from 5th place GS Caltex (17 points) and 2 points from 4th place IBK Industrial Bank (18 points).

Elisabeth Ine Barga (registered name Elisabeth) played an active role with 20 points, the most among both teams, while Lee So-young also contributed to the victory with 15 points.

Ginseng Corporation went through a dizzying situation that allowed them to catch up after leading the first set by 6 points. Conceding consecutive points at 20-14 narrowed the gap to two points.

However, the set point was set by the opponent’s mistake, and Elisabeth ended the first set with an open attack in 24-22.

Capturing the tight second set led to victory. Ginseng Corporation was drawn 20-21 and scored 5 consecutive times to make the set score 2-0.

Elisabeth blocked Nia Reid’s attack after an open attack, leading to a reversal. And as Hansongi led to the set point, Elisabeth took charge of the finishing attack. 토토

Pepper Savings Bank, which gave up both sets 1 and 2 even after a close match, eventually collapsed helplessly in the 3rd set.

The score at the beginning of the game was not narrowed down. Rather, the game fell further and dropped its head to 12-25.

For Pepper Savings Bank, Nia Reed scored 14 points and Lee Han-bi scored 11 points, but it was not enough to prevent the team from losing.

Pepper Savings Bank, which has not won a single win since the opening, continued the dishonorable record of the most consecutive losses in the opening of the women’s division with 14 consecutive losses.