23. 02. 2021

RUS W: Lokomotiv break Dinamo Moscow’s 14-game winning streak

Source: volleyservice.ru; Photo: Роман Кручинин/dinamo-kazan.com

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Lokomotiv broke Dinamo Moscow’s huge winning streak in the 2020/21 Russian Women’s Volleyball Championship.


Lokomotiv ended Dinamo Moscow’s 14-game winning streak in the 2020/21 Russian Women’s Superliga Parimatch regular season. In a delayed match of the 5th round, the vice-champions defeated current vice-leaders by a 3-1 (25-20, 26-28, 25-23, 25-17) and secured no.3 for the playoffs. The Kaliningrad club still has a chance of claiming no.2 at the very finish of the regular season.

Tatyana Ezhak led Lokomotiv in scoring with 19 points, while Valeriya Zaytseva made 6 blocks. Nataliya Goncharova scored 23 points on the losing side. These two sides will meet again tomorrow in the match valid for a delayed 18th round.

2020/21 Russian Women’s Superliga Parimatch regular season:





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