The players of PGE Skra Bełchatów are in a very difficult situation, because in the first game they lost 2:3 at home, and in order to save the season and win at least one bronze medal, they had to win two games. In addition, in the first game of the second game in Warsaw, they only scored 13 points, which was completely crushed!
In the following games, the guests performed much better in receiving and attacking, especially in the decisive moments. This was the case in the second game. Since the tie at 19:19, they have scored 6 points and lost only 2 points. The same was true in the third set. They lost 16:17 and scored 4 points in a row. Norbert Huber, who replaced Mateusz Bieńek, made great changes in the net.
PGE Skra Bełchatów started the fourth set brilliantly. The strong performance of Iranian host Milan Ebadipur (Milan Ebadipur) changed the score to 4-0. However, the host managed to make up for the loss and led to an exciting ending. In the first game, Karol Kłos’ excellent inside attack ended the game, and soon after he won the award for the best player of the game. The center scorer scored 13 points and hit 80%. Effectiveness (12/15).
-After losing to 13, we felt nervous and finally started to play a role. Norbi Huber (Norbi Huber) started flying in space, which brought us very good changes. I would also like to pay tribute to the hosts who played a great ball for the quarterback-Kłos said in front of the Polsat Sport camera.
PGE Skra Bełchatów expanded the competition for the bronze medal, and the decisive duel will be held in front of its own audience on April 21 (Wednesday).
On Sunday, the Polish PlusLiga title race may be decided. This will happen if Jastrzębski Węgiel defeats the champion trophy defender-ZAKSAKędzierzyn-Koźle at home. The game started at 17.30. Real-time report of the link.
Game status: 1:1
Verva: Trinidad De Haro 3, Superlak 13, Nowakowski 8, Wrona 6, Kwolek 15, Grobeni (Grobelny) 18. Wojtašek (libero) and Kozłowski (Kozłowski), Crewe 3.
spark: Łomacz 2, Petković 13, Bieniek 2, Kłos 13, Ebadipour 14, Sawicki 10, Piechocki (libero) and Filipiak 1, Huber 12, Mitić, Milczarek.
MVP: Karol Kłos.