13. 01. 2021

POL M: In duel of big rivals, Resovia down Skra in 5 sets; ZAKSA at 17-0

Source: plusliga.pl, Photo: plusliga.pl

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Asseco Resovia Rzeszów prevailed in a marathon encounter against PGE Skra Bełchatów.

 

In what can be considered the biggest rivalry of the Polish men’s club volleyball, Resovia beat Skra in the tie-break in a match valid for a delayed 12th round of the 2020/21 PlusLiga regular season. Although it seemed a one-sided encounter, given that Resovia got to the lead in sets of 2-0, Skra bounced back but couldn’t go all the way: 3-2 (25-17, 25-16, 16-25, 23-25, 15-11).

Both teams don’t play on a level of their reputations this season. However, this win pushed Resovia from the 10th to 6th place in the charts. Slovenian Klemen Čebulj top-scored Resovia with 20 points. Estonian Timo Tammemaa made 4 blocks.

In a delayed match of the 9th round, Grupa Azoty ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle swept Cerrad Enea Czarni Radom and recorded the 17th success in as many games played in the league. Aleksander Śliwka scored 16 points on the winning side.

2020/21 Polish men’s PlusLiga regular season – today’s matches:


 

Standings

 

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FIVB, change the rule, please!

I agree with coach Kolakovic and the justifications he brings for changing this particular rule. I am convinced that most referees share his opinion too. Reply

FIVB, change the rule, please!

Re: @Sorah
That is very stupid too, indeed. If we do a simple analysis we can find a lot of other very stupid things. Another one is uselessly continuing the set when the score difference is 10 points. Who has recovered from that? (I mean in the senior games, not in the underage games.)
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