27. 10. 2020

CL M: Dinamo successfully open campaign in 2nd Round of qualifications

Source: cev.eu; Photo: cev.eu

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Dinamo Moscow successfully opened their campaign in Pool H of the 2021 CEV Men’s Volleyball Champions League qualifications.


The match between Russia’s Dinamo Moscow and Switzerland’s Lindaren Volley Amriswil opened the program of the 2nd Round of qualifications of the 2021 Men’s Champions League in Pool H. It was the only match in the competition today.

The Dinamo head coach Konstantin Briyanskiy made a few changes in the lineup compared to the one he usually composes for the matches in the home league. However, the club from the Russian capital had no problems against the hosts: 3-0 (25-20, 25-21, 25-18).

Yaroslav Podlesnykh top-scored Dinamo with 13 points, awhile Vladimir Sieemshchikov made 4 blocks.




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