22. 01. 2021

JPN M: Kurek puts down 40 points against champions, helping Wolfdogs return to top of charts

Source: vleague.jp; Photo: wolfdogs.jp

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Bartosz Kurek made a huge output in Round 19 of the 2020/21 Japanese Men’s Volleyball Championship.


The Polish superstar Bartosz Kurek helped the Wolfdogs Nagoya return to the top of the 2020/21 Japanese Men’s V.League Division1 regular season. He put down 40 points in his team’s win over the reigning champions JTEKT Stings of 3-1 (25-17, 21-25, 25-15, 25-19). 

Thus, the Wolfdogs took over the leadership in the charts from the Panasonic Panthers, having one point more (38 vs 37). As for the Stings, they suffered the fourth defeat in a row and remained fourth-placed but with as many as 7 points fewer than third-placed Suntory Sunbirds (34 vs 27).

2020/21 Japanese Women’s V.League Division1 regular season – Round 19:





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