It worked really almost all for the BR Volleys, this was early on Wednesday evening. However, an example of this is a ball change in the middle of the first movement. Sergey Grankin afterwards sprinted a block Ball, which was far flown behind the field. The Russian reached him, played the Ball backwards in front of the net, and Samuel Tuia slammed him into the opponent's box.
Such points reach the Berliners, again and again, and so they defeated the League leaders Alpine volleys with 3:0 (25:21, 25:15, 31:29). Although the team of coach Cedric Enard remains Fourth, but above all, they played against the German-Austrian Team from Innsbruck to Unterhaching for the first Time this season as they had imagined. And for the first Time this season, the 4392 spectators in the Max-Schmeling-Halle were blown away. Of the insecure crew from a few stages this season, almost nothing more was to be seen.
"This win has done us so well. We have shown that We can play football," said Manager Kaweh Niroomand. Particularly, he highlighted Grankin: "As a player, the League has not yet seen." The highly-acclaimed was restrained. "I'm not a magician," said Grankin, "the Team is magic".
The hosts started with a lot of momentum. This was mainly due to setter Grankin. He hit so strong that the Volleys had two Blocks and an ACE, with 3:0. Because Moritz Reichert with his serves large pressure built up, the Berliner quickly in front with four points (6:2). The confident leadership they gave, however, to errors in the attack just as quickly.
Only in the third set, it was closely
On Grankin could leave the German Champions. The 34-Year-old led the team with his quick hands extremely varied. In addition, the guests were unfocused and so the Berlin went to an ACE of Samuel Tuia again with two points in the lead. The lead they built in a spectacular ball of change (23:17).
Even as the Volleys shortly thereafter, something shook, and three opposing points in a row did, they stayed quiet. Benjamin Patch scored for Set-point and then Enards team won the set with 25:21. In the following passage, grinned Grankin. Thanks to his passes, strong Blocks, and easier error of the opponent, the Berlin quickly led 6:2. But again, the Alps volleys came back and went for the first time in the lead, but also impressed the Berliners. After a Steller Trick of Grankin you were back in front (11:9). From then on, the Volleys were played in a small-to-noise. After a competitive and a bit of a wild ball, the Berliner moved the switch to 16:10. The let you take. In all respects they were superior to the Alps volleys in this Phase. So you conjured up to 25:15 in the second set. After that, it went but a very tight one. With the fifth match ball for 31:29 a really impressive victory was achieved.More about
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