Only when Leo, the ‘strong serve monster’, survives will OK survive.

OK Financial Group’s Leonardo Leiva Martinez (registered name Leo) was and is still considered the best foreign player in the professional volleyball V-League.

In particular, depending on Leo’s condition, OK Financial Group’s team performance is also mixed. It looks like the same will happen this season.

OK Financial Group won its first match of the season with Set Store 3-1 (16-25 25-20 25-17 25-20) in the home opening match against KEPCO in the first round of the Dodram 2023-2024 V-League Men’s Division held at Sangnoksu Gymnasium in Ansan on the 20th. won the victory

Leo, who recorded 25 points, 3 serve aces, and 2 blocks, performed at a Triple Crown level and led the team to victory.

OK Financial Group was dragged down by KEPCO’s momentum from the beginning of the game, and eventually lost the first set somewhat helplessly, 16-25.

KEPCO’s triangular formation of Thais Dull Host (registered name: Thais), Seo Jae-deok, and Lim Seong-jin led the team by scoring 19 points in the first set alone, while OK Financial Group’s Leo performed poorly with only 4 points and a 30% attack success rate.토스카지노 주소

OK Financial Group seemed to be on the verge of turning the situation around by taking an 8-4 lead from the beginning of the second set, but struggled against Thais and Seo Jae-deok’s Ssangpo, allowing the match to go back to 13-14.

As expected, it was Leo who appeared as a savior at the moment of crisis.

In a situation where the score was tied at 17-18, Leo shook the opponent’s reception with a powerful serve, and later OK Financial Group’s attack was successful, tying the score.

Immediately, Leo turned the game around with a powerful serve ace, sending Sangnoksu Gymnasium into a crucible of enthusiasm.

KEPCO Director Kwon Young-min tried to break the flow with two operation times, but it was not enough. Leo again shook KEPCO’s reception with a strong serve, and OK Financial Group took advantage of that opportunity to score again and run away. Leo finished the set with a successful direct attack after receiving the opponent’s attack at 24-20.

Leo, who had an attack success rate of only 30% in the first set, led the team’s counterattack by scoring 7 points in the second set and raising the attack success rate to 66.67%.

OK Financial Group, which brought the game back to square one, began to take the lead from the beginning of the third set with Leo at the forefront. OK Financial Group, which advanced 8-3 thanks to Leo’s three consecutive points at the beginning of the set, won the third set without losing the lead.

Leo gained momentum in the early part of the fourth set by hitting a powerful serve ace on the court. In a 3-2 situation, they recorded two consecutive sub-aces and steered the initial trend toward OK Financial Group.

OK Financial Group, which won the 4th set thanks to Leo’s performance, won its first league game with a pleasant comeback victory.