17. 04. 2019

RUS W: Goncharova’s insane display keeps Dinamo Moscow in race for the finals, Lokomotiv knock out Kazan

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After a dramatic second game of the semifinals between Uralochka and Dinamo Moscow, the team from the capital of Russia managed to stay in the race for the finals.


Dinamo Moscow have barely defeated Uralochka on the road to tie the series 1-1 and to move the series back in Moscow.

Nataliya Goncharova had to take everything into her hands, scoring 38 points to push her team to the win.

Lokomotiv Kaliningrad have advanced to the finals after beating Dinamo Kazan in straight sets on the road 3-0 (25-22, 25-21, 25-21).

Women’s Russian League, semifinals:

Uralochka – Dynamo Moscow 2-3 (19-25, 25-22, 25-21, 20-25, 12-15), series 1-1

Dinamo Kazan – Lokomotiv 0-3 (22-25, 21-25, 21-25), series 0-2



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2 Comments about "RUS W: Goncharova’s insane display keeps Dinamo Moscow in race for the finals, Lokomotiv knock out Kazan"

18.04.2019 | 08:50 |   Kishi [unregistered]

Is she 'the No:5 player of opponent' Zhu Thing from Vakifbank?
Then the pic is not from Uralochka and Dinamo Moscow match. Hahahha :)

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18.04.2019 | 18:36 |   Cjango [unregistered]

Zhu Ting switched teams. she is playing for Uralochka for 1 game.

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