11. 11. 2020

TUR M: Arkas note 7th win in row, coming close to leaders Fenerbahçe

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Arkas Spor recorded the seventh successive win in the 2020/21 Turkish Men’s Volleyball Championship.


In today’s matches of Round 7 of the 2020/21 AXA Sigorta Efeler Ligi regular season, which were postponed earlier, Arkas Spor stood out with the seventh successive win.

Efe Mandıracı and Baturalp Burak Güngör scored 20 points apiece to help the İzmir side down Sorgun Bld: 3-1 (21-25, 25-19, 25-17, 25-22). Arkas are now just one point behind the leaders Fenerbahçe HDI Sigorta.

İnegöl Bld. (Moldovan Dmitrii Bahov 24 points) put an end to their own losing streak that consisted of five games by beating Tokat Bld. Plevne.

2020/21 AXA Sigorta Efeler Ligi regular season – Round 7, today’s matches:





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