11. 05. 2019

ITA M: Lube answer back to tie the series vs. Perugia

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Lube have taken the revenge to Perugia, scoring a 3-0 win and tying the score in the playoff finals series 2-2.

 

It was a completely different game compared to the third one. Now, the roles were changed. Lube performed well, while Perugia couldn’t do anything to stop the rival’s players.

After this convincing victory, Lube will travel to Perugia and everything will be decided there in the fifth game of the series.

Tsvetan Sokolov was the best scorer with 14 points, Robertlandy Simon added 11 and Yoandy Leal contributed with 10 points.

Wilfredo Leon ended the game 12 points, while Aleksandar Atanasijevic had 11.

Men's Serie A1, playoff finals, game 4:

Lube - Perugia 3-0 (25-20, 25-21, 25-19)

 

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