15. 12. 2018

RUSSIAN CUP M: Zenit Kazan continue domination!

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Zenit Kazan have won the fifth consecutive trophy of the Russian Cup!

 

Zenit Kazan are simply the most dominant team over the past five years in Russia. Not only in Russia, but in Europe. 

The victory in the final of the Russian Cup has not happened by accident. Vladimir Alekno has built a squad that can make such things. 

Zenit St. Petersburg gave their best in this game, taking the lead by winning the first set. However, that was all we saw from this team.

The club from Kazan set the control and won the game by taking the next three sets. 

Maksim Mikhailov was the best scorer with 20 points, Matt Anderson added 15 and Earvin Ngapeth contributed with 13. On the other side, Gyorgy Grozer had 20 points, Oreol Camejo scored 13.

Russian Cup, the final:

Zenit St. Petersburg – Zenit Kazan 1-3 (25-23, 18-25, 20-25, 17-25)

 

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