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MEMORIAL PLATONOV 2018: Zenit St. Peterburg win the tournament after stunning comeback

by WoV

The team from St. Peterburg has won the international tournament in honor of Vyacheslav Platonov.

Zenit St. Peterburg

Zenit St. Peterburg

Zenit needed five sets to break the resistance of Dinamo Moscow. Alexander Klimkin’s lost the first two sets and were in a difficult situation, however, they managed to make a huge comeback and to win the game.

This is the second consecutive title in this tournament for Zenit SP. In 2017 they defeated Belogorie in the final.

Earlier today, in a match for a third place, Nova beat Belogorie in four sets.


Zenit St. Peterburg – Dinamo Moscow 3-2 (21-25, 19-25, 25-20, 25-18, 15-10)


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