The Korean women’s volleyball team, which failed to find a breakthrough, was defeated again.

Korea, led by coach Cesar Gonzalez, scored a set score of 0-3 (18-25 18-25 16-25) against the Dominican Republic in the 2023 International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Volleyball Nations League (VNL) held at Chilbo Gymnasium in Seosuwon, Gyeonggi Province on the 29th. lost.스포츠토토

Korea, which has never won since the start of this tournament, fell into a 10-game losing streak with the defeat that day. Korea’s victory point is still ‘0’ as there is no full set defeat that gives 1 victory point while suffering 10 consecutive losses. If you add all 12 losses last year, the VNL has 22 consecutive losses.

Korea was the only team out of 16 teams that participated in this tournament to not even win a single game. Following the first week match in Turkiye, the second week match in Brazil was also lost.

Returning home, Korea also lost a set score of 1-3 (22-25 18-25 26-24 15-25) against Bulgaria on the 27th, the first match of the third week. It was the second time they won a set after the match against Germany (1-3), the last match of the second week.

Korea, ranked 34th in the world, faced the Dominican Republic, ranked 11th, and tried to win the tournament for the first time, but could not get the result they wanted.

The Dominican Republic, which was recording 3 wins and 7 losses in this tournament, defeated Korea and posted its 4th win (7 losses) in the tournament.

Standing on the court amid unilateral support from the home fans, Korea lost the first set and turned the tide.

Even while chasing, it collapsed powerlessly with consecutive goals. In 10-13, 4 points were lost in a row, and in 12-18, starting with Jung Ji-yoon (Hyundai E&C)’s attack being blocked, the score gap widened to 10 points.

In 13-23, Kang So-hui (GS Caltex) attacked and Da-hyun Lee (Hyundai E&C) blocked, but they could not change the result.

At the beginning of the second set, Korea fought a tight battle. In 10-14, Kang So-hui’s attack, etc., scored consecutively and narrowed the gap.

However, in the middle, it was shaken again by scoring consecutively, and it was dragged to 13-21. In the end, in 18-24, Jeong Ji-yoon’s serve was dedicated to the second set.

Having lost two sets, Korea lost the victory in the third set as well, leading 4-10 from the beginning.

Jung Ji-yoon scored 10 points and Kim Da-eun (Heungkuk Life Insurance) scored 8 points.

Korea, which is on the verge of defeat, will meet China (5th place) on July 1st and Poland (7th place) on the 2nd.

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