28. 11. 2020

RUS M: Dinamo Moscow beat Belogorie and keep invincibility

Source: volleyservice.ru; Photo: facebook.com/vcdynamo

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Dinamo Moscow still hold the status of the only undefeated team in the 2020/21 Russian Men’s Volleyball Championship even though they played today the first competitive match after a one-month absence.

 

Dinamo Moscow kept their invincibility in the 2020/21 Russian Men’s Superliga Parimatch regular season (6-0). Furthermore, they are the only undefeated team in the competition but it had to be mentioned that they played the fewest number of matches of all other clubs.

In Round 11, Dinamo prevailed over Belogorie with a 3-1 (25-19, 25-20, 26-28, 25-19). Bulgarian Tsvetan Sokolov tallied 21 points for a team from the Russian capital. Ilya Vlasov made 6 of the team’s 18 blocks. Pavel Tetyukhin and Italian Gabriele Nelli scored 15 points apiece for Belogorie.

2020/21 Russian Men’s Superliga Parimatch regular season – Round 11:

 

February 15:

Zenit-Kazan vs Dinamo-LO

Standings

 

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