Immediately, after the match point, Nikola Rosic held the ball once more.
While his teammates were raging across the whole court and cheering and holding him in their arms, the libero of VfB Friedrichshafen was a little excluded.
He looked around briefly, and then crossed himself with his right hand.
Rosic looked exhausted and happy at the same time – because this game between Friedrichshafen and Berlin Recycling Volleys was once again not for the faint of heart.
In front of 6345 spectators in Berlin’s Max-Schmeling-Halle both opponents played passionately with constant ups and downs of emotions, Friedrichshafen in the game lasting 132 minutes, took the victory with 3:2 (25:23, 21:25, 23:25, 25:23, 15:12).
Thus, the players of Friedrichshafen secured the second place in the volleyball league.
With four points ahead of the third team of Berlin, the players of Friedrichshafen in the two outstanding games in a regular round against Moerser SC (February 15) and CV Mitteldeutschland (25 February) can even afford a defeat.
133 minutes/6345 spectators
Berlin Recycling Volleys
Service- 4 points, reception 73% (33% perfect), attack- 57 points (38%), block 9 points
Touzinsky 17, Spirovski 6, Skach 2, Fisher 4, Sikiric 2, Höhne 6, Galandi 4, Sivula 7, Krystof L,Caroll 10, Kmet 7
Without points: Hecht, Schott
Service- 2 points, reception 73%(34% perfect), attack 50 points(38%), block 19 points
Jarmoc, dos Santos 8, Rosic L, Denmark 3, Vemic 15, Venno 6, Jovic, Zlatko 2, Böhme 10, José 10, Idi 17
Without points: Späth