14. 11. 2020

TUR W: VakıfBank at 14 of 14 this season, get to 31st successive win

Source: tvf-web.dataproject.com; Photo: facebook.com/VakifBankSK

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Given the way VakıfBank play since the beginning of the season, the 2020/21 Turkish Women’s Volleyball Championship has lost suspense a bit...


By overthrowing Karayolları in Round 16, VakıfBank noted 14th win in as many games in the 2020/21 Misli.com Sultanlar Ligi regular season. Counting last season, this was the 31st success in a row of the players coached by Italian Giovanni Guidetti. Needless to mention that VakıfBank are at the top of the charts. Today, they were led in scoring by Gözde Yılmaz (17 points).

Türk Hava Yolları (Ebrar Karakurt 15 points, Berin Yıldırım 82 % reception; 45 % perfect) swept Sarıyer Bld. and schieved the seventh successive win.

2020/21 Misli.com Sultanlar Ligi regular season – Round 16:





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