The Polish superstar Kurek pushed the Wolfdogs to the second successive win in the 2020/21 V.League with 37 points.
Thus, he finally showed why he was brought to the Nagoya side in the off-season. Kurek’s team prevailed over winless Toray Arrows (0-4) in four sets, partially 25-18, 17-25, 25-23, and 25-22.
The JT Thunders and the Panasonic Panthers kept their perfect records (4-0) with three-point worth wins over FC Tokyo and Oita Miyoshi Weisse Adler, respectively.
2020/21 V.League Division 1 Men regular season – Round 4:
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