“VCO is a tough opponent, what it’s worth, they have nothing to lose,” Koslowski had warned before the game. He was right. The VCO team had nothing to lose, and actually demonstrated the same in the first set impressively.
Although Suhl won the next two sets, it didn’t impress with its game.
In the fourth set VfB Suhl finally started, winning just as clearly as they had lost the first set. The fifth set was then pure nerve thing and not for the faint hearted. 8:7, 11:8, 13:10, and finally 15:10 for VCO Berlin.
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