09. 02. 2020

RUS W: Dinamo Moscow survive thriller in Saint-Petersburg, Minchanka stun Proton

Source: vldinamo.ru; Photo: vldinamo.ru

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Dinamo Moscow survived thriller in Saint-Petersburg in Round 14 of the 2019/20 Russian Women’s Volleyball Championship regular season.

 

The reigning champions Dinamo Moscow chased the lead in sets of the home side, and also a team fighting to avoid relegation Leningradka, 2 times before managing to outplay in the tie-break 3-2 (21-25, 25-23, 12-25, 25-19, 15-10) in Round 14 of the 2019/20 Superliga Parimatch regular season. Nataliya Goncharova top-scored for Dinamo with 21 points, while Irina Fetisova made 6 kill blocks. The youngster Sofiya Kuznetsova led Leningradka with 21 points. Belarussian Anastasiya Harelik made 5 kill blocks.

Fortunately, losing one point today won’t damage Dinamo a lot in their intentions to be in the top 4 at the end of the regular season knowing their closest followers in the charts Proton surprisingly lost to Minchanka (3-2). Uralochka-NTMK tied with the leaders Lokomotiv at 37 points after they beat Zarechie-Odintsovo in 4 sets.

2019/20 Superliga Parimatch – Round 14

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Standings

 

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