VIBO even found itself with 5-point advantages at various point of the sets but TRENTINO’s experience eventually prevailed. VIBO registered a good 49% in attack, 51 for TRENTINO, both teams had 8 blocks while TRENTINO led 4-3 in the aces. MVP of the match was Raphael.
Rocco Barone (Tonno Callipo VIBO VALENTIA): “We might have lacked composure in the clutch time. We lost the first set on details, then TRENTINO played better than us in the second, while we proved we could play face to face in the third although they scored the big points when it mattered most”
Radostin Stoytchev (coach Itas Diatec TRENTINO): “The final score does not really tell the story of VIBO’s game. They have already shown in these playoffs they are in good shape, and they especially play well at home. We also had a bit of luck in the decisive moments but I am extremely satisfied with the result”.
Tonno Callipo VIBO VALENTIA – Itas Diatec TRENTINO 0-3 (23-25, 21-25, 22-25)
Tonno Callipo VIBO VALENTIA: Montesanti (L), Coscione 2, Cortellazzi, Kaliberda 8, Farina (L), Forni, Badawy, Buti 12, Klapwijk 12, Barone 3, Urnaut 11. DNP Lavia, Rocamora. Coach. Blengini.
Itas Diatec TRENTINO: Kaziyski 13, Sintini, Birarelli 4, Juantorena 13, Vieira De Oliveira 2, Djuric 10, Colaci (L), Stokr 10, Bari (L), Burgsthaler. DNP Uchikov, Lanza, Chrtiansky Jr. Coach. Stoytchev.
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