The series continues. Last weekend at WithU Verona the feat of closing the Quarter Play Off practice in three rounds escaped. Cucine Lube Civitanova was facing its last chance to reopen the challenge and did its duty, fully demonstrating its values. The final result, however, does not reflect the real progress of the match. Coach Stoytchev’s team had a subdued start, but then reacted in the second and third sets, playing point to point with their opponents.
Overall, the Scala players offered a good performance in attack, confirming their good percentages. At the end of the meeting there was a positivity of 59%, with the counterattack phase just lower with 57%. Furthermore, in the direct ball exchange, Verona found the point after a positive reception in 65% of the cases.
Subnet confirmations came from the three tenors. Noumory Keita finished as the team’s best scorer thanks to 15 points scored, with 2 aces to spice up his performance. Instead, Maksim Sapozhkov stopped at 14, but he hit two monster blocks. Rok Mozic also in double figures (10 points with an ace). Luca Spirito, on the other hand, didn’t limit himself to the usual diligent work in the control room, but also contributed in the offensive phase with 3 points from second intention touches.