The perfect closure of the Regular Season to better face the next phase of the championship. Last Saturday, in a Pala AGSM AIM dressed up again, WithU Verona extended its golden moment, beating Top Volley Cisterna for the second time this season. Since 22 January, no team has been able to counter Stoytchev’s boys, who from that date onwards have only celebrated victories, thus gaining momentum for the first match of the Quarter Play Offs for the Scudetto.

The Scala players offered yet another proof of thickness in attack, with 66% of balls grounded. In this sense, Luca Spirito’s distribution has taken on a decisive role, given that the six players who signed the match all recorded percentages well above 50%. In the direct ball exchange, the Veronese team found the point in 81% of the cases in which they received positively (in 54% after a negative reception). Excellent numbers also come from the counterattack phase, closed at 59%.

Looking at individual performances, Maksim Sapozhkov once again finished the game as the best scorer, thanks to his 22 points, two of which were from blocks. The other two elements of the trident of wonders also contributed. Noumory Keita scored 18 points, but the acrobatic gesture that led to Mozic’s point in the second set will remain imprinted for years in the gaze of the almost 4000 presents. The Slovenian hammer approached his team mate, stopping at 17, but registering a 76% positivity in attack. At the block the two central players Grozdanov and Mosca each blocked their opponents twice. Furthermore, the three places from the Marches made the only ace of his team. Marco Gaggini’s performance in the defensive phase should also be noted, with 65% of positive reception.