01. 12. 2019

KOR M: Incredible Villena ties this season’s V-League single-game scoring record

Source: kovo.co.kr; Photo: kal-jumbos.co.kr

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Spaniard Andrés Villena tied this season’s single-game scoring record in the Korean Men’s Volleyball Championship regular season!

 

Andrés Villena kept turning the spotlight of the 2019/20 Dodram V-League regular season to himself. After several outstanding displays, the Spanish opposite hitter tied this season’s single-game scoring record, set by Canadian Gavin Schmitt five days ago!

Villena poured in 39 points, including 5 aces, in the win of his team Incheon Korean Air Jumbos over Cheonan Hyundai Capital Skywalkers. Ugandan Daudi Okello scored 17 points for the losing side, while Shin Yung-Suk made 5 kill blocks. This match was a repeat of the last season’s play-off finals in which the Skywalkers made a sweep. With the win, the Jumbos took the lead in the charts of the V-League with 10-3 and 26 points.

2019/20 Dodram V-League regular season schedule and standings.

 

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