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TUR M: Fener sinks more and more, Istanbul derby went to Galatasaray!

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source: tvf.org.tr: Photo: galatasaray.org

The great Istanbul derby went to Galatasaray FXTCR!




Fenerbahçe came to „Burhan Felek Volleyball Hall“ (Round 16 of Super League) with an intent to end losing streak of two matches in the Turkish League.

On the other hand, Galata wanted to cut own series with the same number of losses and succeeded – 3-2 (25-11, 19-25, 18-25, 25-21, 15-13).

Fenerbahçe performed again without several major players. Unlike to previous matches, Arslan Ekşi went back to the team, but the other three injured players didn’t – Ivan Miljković, Miloš Nikić and Serkan Kılıç.

Galatasaray took the advantage of rivals’ ’traveling hospital’ and moved to the fifth place in the standings with only one point behind Fener.

Samuel Tuia scored 19, followed by Kamil Baránek (18) and Filip Rejlek (17) in the winning team.

Wout Wijsmans was perfect in Fenerbahçe with 27. Metin Toy added 18 points.


Game Date/Time Teams Set Result per set Stats Videos
  06. 02. 2015 17:30 Palandöken Belediye vs Halkbank 0:3 13:25; 15:25; 18:25 STAT  
  07. 02. 2015 14:00 Şahinbey Belediye vs Ziraat Bankasi 0:3 22:25; 22:25; 25:27    
  07. 02. 2015 14:00 Istanbul BBSK vs Maliye Milli Piyango 3:1 17:25; 25:20; 25:20; 28:26    
  07. 02. 2015 16:30 Arkas Spor vs Gümüşhane Torul Gençlik Spor 3:0 25:13; 25:23; 25:20    
  07. 02. 2015 17:00 Galatasaray FXTCR vs Fenerbahçe 3:2 25:21; 19:25; 18:25; 25:21; 15:13    
  08. 02. 2015 13:00 Beşiktaş vs İnegöl Belediye 0:0    


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Ali Y February 8, 2015 - 8:26 am

It is not a big deal. Without Ivan, any team can beat Fenerbahce. Congrats to Galatasaray, but they keep on losing points against weaker teams in the race of precious third place.


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