The fifth act will be needed to decree who between WithU Verona and Cucine Lube Civitanova will detach the ticket for the semifinal, where the winner will face the challenge between Sir Safety Susa Perugia-Allianz Milano. In the last weekend, the two teams started an intense confrontation which saw Stoytchev’s boys take the lead thanks to an almost flawless first set, before the guests’ recovery, capable of overturning the result and bringing the series to 2-2. However, the scores of the other three partials testify to the balance that occurred throughout the entire match. The games are on and next Saturday it will be Race 5 to give the verdict.
The Scala players offered yet another proof of depth in attack, testifying to an excellent understanding at the net. In fact, at the end of the match the positivity stood at 54%, while in the direct ball exchange, Mozic and his teammates found the point after a negative reception in 62% of the cases (in 55% after a positive reception).
As mentioned, the offensive phase is the one that once again gave the most satisfaction. With 25 balls grounded, Noumory Keita took center stage as the leading scorer of the contest. The Mali Aquila put the cooks in difficulty even from nine meters, with 3 aces, and from the block, where he blocked his opponents twice. He was followed closely by Maksim Sapozhkov, author of 21 points, while Rok Mozic stopped at 19, just like the number he wears. They too, like their partner in the department, scored two blocks each.