Professional volleyball men’s Incheon Korean Air jumbo setter Yoo Kwang-woo led the victory against Al Ahli with a splendid toss.
On the 15th (local time), Korean Air defeated the 2021-2022 Bahrain Volleyball League champion and home team, Al Ahli Sports Club, in the second leg of Group A of the group stage of the tournament held at ISA Sports City Stadium in Manama, Bahrain 3-0 ( 25-19 25-21 25-22).
Yoo Kwang-woo led the victory with an exquisite toss.
In an interview after the match, Yoo Kwang-woo said, “(Bahrain middle blockers) are better in height and physical than Korean middle blockers, but I felt that basic skills and things like that were a bit lacking.”
Regarding Yosbani, who played for Al Ahli ahead of joining Samsung Fire Insurance next season, Yoo Kwang-woo said, “I think he is still an aggressive player. I have been listening to him because I understand Korean volleyball well, but I think we played well as a sub.” “At the same time, it seems that Yosubani’s rhythm has collapsed a little,” he pointed out.
When asked if this match would be helpful for Yosubani’s attack next season, Yoo Kwang-woo said, “I think it will be enough.” I hope it will help you a lot,” he said.
Regarding Gabriel Candido, who was not selected by Korean clubs in the tryout, he said, “It seems to have quite a bit of power.”토스카지노
Candido also stimulated the Korean Air players during the match. “It was really stimulating,” said Yoo Kwang-woo, “but it didn’t matter because we couldn’t understand it.”
Regarding the Bahraini spectators cheering at the end of the game, Yoo Kwang-woo said, “I thought it was our cheering and just did it, so it was fine.”