08. 02. 2020

TUR M: Bursa inflict 3rd defeat in a row to Galatasaray, Fenerbahçe record 13th successive win

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Galatasaray HDI Sigorta ruined their own an amazing first half of the season in the Turkish Men’s Volleyball Championship by suffering the 3rd defeat in a row.


In the first half of the 2019/20 AXA Sigorta Efeler Ligi regular season, Galatasaray HDI Sigorta fought for the top spot in the charts but the performance they are showing in the 2nd half of the season reduced their chances to claim it to zero. Galatasaray suffered 3rd defeat in a row, losing to Bursa Büyükşehir Belediyesi in Round 17 by a 3-0 (25-21, 25-21, 25-22). Ediz Kaan Fırıncıoğlu top-scored for Bursa with 21 points, while Estonian Oliver Venno tallied 18 points for the losing side. Galatasaray fell from the 3rd place to the 4th position, having only 2 points more in relation to the 5th placed team, which is exactly the team that beat them today.

Fenerbahçe HDI Sigorta recorded 13th successive win in the Efeler Ligi, keeping the safe distance (7 points) in relation to the vice-leaders Arkas Spor, who were also victorious in this round. By defeating Tokat Belediye Plevne, Spor Toto took over the 3rd position in the charts from Galatasaray.

2019/20 AXA Sigorta Efeler Ligi regular season – Round 17

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