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29. 01. 2019

CL M: Zenit Kazan claim spot in the quarterfinals

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The defending champions Zenit Kazan have claimed the quarterfinal spot after defeating Roeselare at the home court 3-1 (20-25, 25-18, 25-18, 25-20).

 

Maxim Mikhailov was the top scorer with 21 points, while Earvin Ngapeth contributed with 17 points.

Dinamo Moscow have also scored an important victory, beating Arkasspor in straight sets.

The top scorer in the team from Moscow was the Dutch-born player with the Italian citizenship Dick Kooy, who scored 14 points. In the home team, Adis Lagumdzija scored 15 points, while Robert Taht added 14 points.

Men’s CEV Champions League, round 4:

POOL A:

Zenit Kazan – Knack Roeselare 3-1 (20-25, 25-18, 25-18, 25-20)

Halkbank – United Volleys (Wednesday, January 30, 15:30 CET)

Standings: Zenit Kazan 4-0 (12 points), United Volleys 1-2 (4 points), Knack Roeselare 1-4 (3 points), Halkbank 1-2 (2 points)

POOL B:

Lube Civitanova – Karlovarsko (Thursday, January 31, 20:30)

Zaksa – Modena (Thursday, January 31, 18:00)

Standings: Lube 3-0 (9 points), Modena 2-1 (6 points), Zaksa 1-2 (3 points), Karlovarsko 0-9

POOL C:

Zenit SP – ACH Volley (Thursday, January 31, 17:30)

VFB Friedrichshafen – Chaumont (Wednesday, January 30, 20:00)

Standings: Zenit Sp 3-0 (7 points), Chaumont 2-1 (7 points), Friedrichshafen 1-2 (3 points), ACH Volley 0-3 (1 point)

POOL D:

PGE Skra Belchatow – Greenyard Maaseik (Wednesday, January 30, 18:00)

BR Volleys – Trefl Gdansk (Wednesday, January 30, 20:00)

Standings: Gdansk 2-1 (6 points), Skra 2-1 (6 points), Maaseik 1-2 (3 points), BR Volleys 1-2 (3 points)

POOL F:

Perugia – Tours VB (Wednesday, January 30, 20:30)

Arkas Izmir – Dinamo Moscow 0-3 (22-25, 16-25, 18-25)

Standings: Perugia 3-0 (9 points), Dinamo Moscow 3-1 (9 points), Tours 1-2 (3 points), Arkasspor 0-4 (0)

 

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