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Samsung Fire rode the firepower of wing attackers Kim Jung-ho, Shin Shin-ho, and Park Sung-jin to a second straight victory over Hyundai Capital to qualify for the professional volleyball cup Samsung Fire swept Hyundai Capital 3-0 (25-17 25-17 25-19) in straight sets in the second qualifying match of the Men’s Group B of the 2023 Gumi Dodram Cup Professional Volleyball Competition (the Cup) at Park Jung-hee Gymnasium in Gumi, Gyeong sangbuk-do, on Monday Samsung Fire recorded a high team attack percentage of 57.33%. This was 18.05 percentage points higher than Hyundai Capital’s 39.28% attack success rate Samsung Fire’s three wing players were able to break through the Hyundai Capital blocking wall by actively trying to attack the pipe (behind the center)Kim Jung-ho (16 points – 60.00% attack success rate), Shin Shin-ho (15 points – 63.16%), and Park Sung-jin (13 points – 60.00%) all had an accuracy rate of over 60%.Samsung Fire took a step forward in the first set, 15-14, with a service error by Lee Siu, and then extended the gap with an open score by Shin Shin-ho Shin then blocked a quick opener from Hyundai Capital’s Lee Seung-jun An attack error by Lee Seung-jun and a follow-up attack point by Park Sung-jin gave Samsung Fire a 20-14 lead and the first set win In the second set, Shin Shin-ho scored an open attack at 3-2 and Park Sung-jin blocked a quick open from Ham Hyung-jin to take the lead and end the set without relinquishing it Hyundai Capital tried to fight back in the third set by starting setter Lee Hyun-seung, wing attacker Kim Sun-ho, and Hong Dong-sun, who returned from the Chengdu Summer 스포츠토토존 World University Games However, they were unable to break Samsung Fire’s momentum In the deciding third set, Kim Jung-ho stepped up to the plate He scored a quick opener at 12-12 to break the balance and then blocked Hong Dong-sun’s follow-up attack to end Hyundai Capital’s chances of catching up In the ensuing rally, Kim scored on an open attack and blocked a fast break by Jung Tae-sun Four consecutive points from Kim Jung-ho and an open attack from Kim Jun-woo gave Samsung Fire a 17-12 lead and effectively ended the game Hyundai Capital was unable to make up for the absence of Jeon Kwang-in and Heo Soo-bong, who joined the national team training, and Choi Min-ho, who is rehabilitating, and suffered its second straight loss, putting it in danger of being eliminated from the qualifiers.

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